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Rolling Stone - Queen Drummer Roger Taylor on Lockdown Life, Slim Odds of a 'Bohemian Rhapsody' Sequel
'If somebody comes up with a genius plan, maybe we'll think about it,' says Taylor of the chances of a second Queen biopic. 'But there are so many sequels that don't match up to the original one'





KSAT - Next time you find yourself in an argument, ask yourself: Do you want to be right or do you want to be close?
When Michael Franti -- a musician, filmmaker and activist -- gets into an argument with his wife, they fall back on one phrase: Do you want to be right, or do you want to be close?





BraveWords - QUEEN - InTheStudio Celebrates 40th Anniversary Of The Game Album; Audio Interview With BRIAN MAY And ROGER TAYLOR
North American syndicated rock radio show and website, InTheStudio With Redbeard: The Stories Behind History's Greatest Rock Bands, celebrates the 40th anniversary of Queen's 1980 album, The Game. Says Host Redbeard: 'Funny how 'Bohemian Rhapsody' and its accompanying album, A Night At The Opera , stands so firmly in collective memory...





NME - At The Drive-In's Omar Rodriguez-Lopez: 'I can hear an incredible amount of suffering in my old songs'
Omar Rodriguez-Lopez, of At The Drive-In and Mars Volta, talks US politics, his old music, and new project 'The Clouds Hill Tapes'





Classic Rock Magazine - Ozzy Osbourne: partying, getting older, and the album that saved his life
Black Sabbath frontman-turned-solo artist Ozzy Osbourne looks back on a difficult year, fallen friends and being an 'ordinary man'





Reverb - Bring That Beat Back: Nate Patrin on How Sampling Made and Remakes Hip-Hop
Patrin's new book is a survey of sampling history, from its turntable and pause tape roots to the modern era.





American Songwriter - Flying Lotus Is Focusing On The Good
Almost exactly one year ago, electronic hip-hop artist Steven Ellison - better known by his stage name, Flying Lotus - released one of the more





Ultimate Classic Rock - Why Tony Levin Loves Remote Recording and Dancing With Peter Gabriel: Exclusive Interview
Tony Levin discussed working remotely and the prospect of new music with his longtime collaborator Peter Gabriel in May 2020.





PopMatters - All That Jazz and Then Some: An Interview with Defunkt's Joseph Bowie
Constructed with the intricacies of jazz, charged with the muscular pump of rock, and executed with punk's ferocity, Defunkt remains one of popular music's most intriguing acts. Frontman Joseph Bowie talks with PopMatters about the band's long, colourful, and arduous journey.





Modern Ghana - Remembering Legendary Nigerian Drummer Tony Allen
Exactly in August 2009, legendary Nigerian drummer Tony Allen, who created the Afrobeat along with ...





The Source - [VIDEO] George Clinton Talks Prince And Drops Rhymes On IG Live
Yesterday, the funk icon George Clinton joined The Source Instagram Live Session hosted by L. Londell McMillan, the two talked about an array of topics.





MetalCastle - Tony Iommi For Ozzy Osbourne: 'I Didn't Even Think He Could Sing Or Anything'
In a new appearance with the musical instrument manufacturing company Gibson, Tony Iommi, one of the four founding members of the heavy metal band Black Sabbath, has recalled his first days with Ozzy Osbourne and revealed rare-known facts about him.While he talks about their decide to form a ban





Kerrang! - Ozzy Speaks: Inside My Year From Hell
We visited Ozzy Osbourne at home in LA to hear about his rocky road here, and how music saved rock's greatest star...





loudersound - How Ronnie James Dio saved Black Sabbath
Black Sabbath might have lost Ozzy, but they recruited Dio and make one of the greatest heavy metal albums of all time





The Independent - Brett Wilson takes on Sublime at Ocean Mist
If you grew up in the '90s and you didn't listen to at least one Sublime song, then you were probably living in a cave somewhere.





Vents Magazine - INTERVIEW: Political satire band New Fridge
Hi guys, welcome to VENTS! How have you been? Well we're in Sydney and whilst there weren't any fire ...





The Asahi Shimbun - Brian May: We have made a terrible mistake with our planet
Brian May said that even if he had a time machine, he would not return to his glory days as guitaris





Cleveland Scene - Rewind: 45 Years Ago On This Date Queen Graced the Cover of Cleveland Scene
This July, Cleveland Scene will turn 50 years old, and in advance of the occasion, we've decided to dig into the archives on a weekly basis to republish ...





Ambrosia For Heads - Ice Cube Explains Why Storytelling Is The Top Level Of MC'ing (Video)
Ice Cube is no stranger to storytelling with his lyrics. The legendary South Central, Los Angeles MC is responsible for one of Rap's most beloved tales: 'It Was A Good Day', ...





RIFF Magazine - Interview: Thievery Corporation's Rob Garza gets optimistic with his new solo project
While electronica duo Thievery Corporation spent 25 years being dark and political, the new solo work of member Rob Garza is leaning the other way.





Tennessean - Interview: Billy Corgan makes new Smashing Pumpkins album in Nashville
Recently, Billy Corgan took a quick breather from his multiple gigs to talk about that road trip, his vision for the Pumpkins' next album (currently sitting at 21 tracks) and how he eventually connected with country and bluegrass music.





The Quietus - Touching The Big Mind: Jah Wobble Interviewed
Duncan Seaman sits down with Jah Wobble for a career spanning chat about working with members of Can, Bill Laswell's "for real" theft of Jackson Pollock's paint spatters and Zen Buddhism





Kerrang! - The Underground Sounds Of America: Nova Charisma
The poppy new project by members of Hail The Sun and Royal Coda prove that sometimes fewer members means bigger sounds.





Guitarworld - Geezer Butler on Black Sabbath's early days, the making of 13 and which album has the worst bass sound
The man who pioneered heavy-metal bass reflects on his never-ending tonal quest





Express.co.uk - Adam Lambert: Queen frontman speaks out on major change 'Wanted to do it differently'
ADAM LAMBERT, who currently performs in the place of Freddie Mercury as the frontman for Queen, made a frank revelation about the direction of his solo music in a new interview.



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