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Twitter explains why it won’t ban Donald Trump

Photo by Vic Berger Every day, President Donald Trump blasts out tweets that make America look petty, vindictive, and just so, so excited to engage in nuclear war. This has led a vocal contingent of Twitter users to call for the dickbag to be banned, especially in the wake of the neo-nazis, white supremacists, and

Beatles Promoter Tony Calder Dies at 74

Tony Calder, a promoter who helped the Beatles to their first hit before signing Black Sabbath and Fleetwood Mac to label deals, has died at age 74. His death was confirmed by the BBC and producer Andrew Loog Oldham, with whom Calder started Immediate Records in the ’60s. The BBC said Calder died of complications from pneumonia

Brian Setzer’s Stray Cats to reunite for first show in 10 years

Time to style up your pompadour: Brian Setzer’s influential rockabilly group the Stray Cats are reuniting for their first live performance in a decade. The Long Island-bred trio is set return to the stage to headline the Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekend on April 21st.  The event promises burlesque shows, bowling, and “jiving lessons,” as

Cardi B joins Bruno Mars for “Finesse” remix: Stream

This week, Cardi B became the first rapper to see her first three singles simultaneously crack the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100. It’s the latest feat for the Bronx native, who last year became the first female rapper to achieve a No. 1 single in 19 years. “Bodak Yellow” also earned her the

Joe Perry, Slash and Nikki Sixx Swap Spinal Tap Stories

Rock stars are supposed to be some of the coolest people on the planet, but they’re definitely not immune to suffering from embarrassment — as Joe Perry, Nikki Sixx and Slash demonstrated during the conversation they shared during the waning moments of the Sixx Sense radio show. The veteran trio swapped Spın̈al Tap stories after Perry

Superorganism unleash bubbly new song “Everybody Wants To Be Famous”: Stream

Superorganism, a collective of pop wunderkinds pulled from all corners of the globe, including the UK, Japan, and New Zealand, made a splash in 2017 with their debut single “Something For Your M.I.N.D.”. Their follow-up releases, “It’s All Good” and “Nobody Cares”, continued to earn them more attention, such as seals of approval from Frank

When Metallica Found Out They Had to Live in Their Rehearsal Room

Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian faced the prospect of telling Metallica that they had to live in their new rehearsal room when they first met in the early ‘80s. The moment came when Ian had been asked to act as ambassador to James Hetfield’s band when they relocated to New York from San Francisco prior to