You will now find some version of the list below. It is imperfect. ...more
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That historical context takes center stage right from the outset ...more
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Legendary producer Tony Visconti talks to Allyson McCabe about working with David Bowie, his own touring musical super-group Holy Holy, and his thoughts on the music industry today.
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Super-prolific Ty Segall has released another record: a compilation of T. Rex covers that he put out over the years under the name Ty-Rex. The compilation includes a new version of “20th Century Boy” and is out via Goner Records. NME pointed out how the covers, many produced around 2011–2013, trace Segall’s development as a musician; […]