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if music could talk: If Music Could Talk - Jan 28 2018, Segment 1

Sun, 18 Feb 2018 07:44:34 GMT

Dennis Brown "Take Me to the Top" from Bless Me Jah Dennis Brown "Black Cinderella" from Bless Me Jah Errol Dunkley "Black Cinderella" from Keep the Pressure Down - Essential Roots Reggae Rarities Various Artists "Black Cinderella Version" Jah Shaka "Black Steel" from Dub Symphony Hollie Cook "Survive" from Vessel of Love The Clash "Innoculated City" from Combat Rock The Clash "Death Is a Star" from Combat Rock Bibio "Phantom Brickworks II" from Phantom Brickworks Boards of Canada "Split your Infinites" from Tomorrow's Harvest Floating Points "Ratio" from Ratio - Single Carla Alexandar "E Assim" from Poesia Buscemi, Carla Alexandar "A Te O Fim" from Camino Real Big Band Carnival "Ja Fiz a Sua Trouxa / Bigorrilho" from Carnaval 67 Unknown "Alegria" from Carnaval 67 Unknown "Twist No Samba De Branco" from Carnaval 67 Mary J. Blige "Don't Mind" from My Life II...The Journey Continues Eve ... (more)




Adver Chat: Neville Staple on his musical roots, The Specials and Minety Festival

Thu, 15 Feb 2018 20:48:24 GMT

THE original Rude Boy of reggae and former lead singer with The Specials, Neville Staple, goes back to the future with his latest album, Return of Judge Roughneck. The tag of Rude Boy has a double meaning.




Winnipeg bands pay tribute to Joe Strummer and The Clash

Thu, 08 Feb 2018 22:01:35 GMT

Late December 2017 marked the 15th anniversary of the passing of one of the most important and influential figures in punk rock: Joe Strummer. The 15th Anniversary Tribute to Joe Strummer & The Clash is Saturday, February 10th, at the West End Cultural Centre.




Fight the man on International Clash Day with these 5 songs

Thu, 08 Feb 2018 03:19:34 GMT

In honor of the legendary English punk rockers, today is International Clash Day . Fifteen cities in North America and more than 100 radio stations across the world are celebrating.




From The Archives: The Clash Talks 'Sandinista!'

Wed, 07 Feb 2018 22:36:19 GMT

The Clash's 1980 album Sandinista! is perhaps the most politically charged in the band's discography. Courtesy of the artist hide caption Feb. 7, 2018 marks the fifth anniversary of International Clash Day .




From The Archives: The Clash Talks 'Sandinista!'

Wed, 07 Feb 2018 22:36:18 GMT

From The Archives: The Clash Talks 'Sandinista!' : All Songs Considered To commemorate International Clash Day, NPR revisits a 1981 archival interview with Joe Strummer and Paul Simonon. The Clash's 1980 album Sandinista! is perhaps the most politically charged in the band's discography.




Why Olympiaa s elected leaders want you to a oeRock the Casbaha today

Wed, 07 Feb 2018 20:13:06 GMT

The City Council approved a proclamation at Tuesday night's meeting officially marking Wednesday as International Clash Day in Olympia and encouraging all citizens to "Rock the Casbah." International Clash Day got started one day back in 2013 in Seattle when KEXP DJ John Richards decided to play Clash songs all morning.




The Hates' Christian Kidd Honored in ROCO Commission Legendary Love

Tue, 06 Feb 2018 11:47:29 GMT

Chicago-based composer Dan Visconti laughs at the idea that some might think that, because of his training and profession, he only listens to classical music.




Here are the weird supergroups the NME Awards could have brought together10:37 am - Jan 29, 2018

Mon, 29 Jan 2018 13:17:18 GMT

For a brief period between 1976 and 1983, we handed out individual trophies for the best guitarist, best drummer and so on at the NME Awards . It was, essentially, like constructing our own fantasy football team from music's elite each year, bringing together combinations that you'd never have thought of otherwise, and others that made perfect sense.




The Ruts DC (from left) Dave Ruffy (drums), Segs and Leigh Heggarty (guitar).

Fri, 26 Jan 2018 13:50:52 GMT

Bassist and songwriter John 'Segs' Jennings talks about anger, positivity, the early days of punk, the band's involvement in the anti-fascist movements of the 1970s and the excitement of their first visit to Hong Kong and Japan The Ruts were probably the angriest band of the 1970s punk era. They spat their anti-establishment lyrics with a venom the art-school kids in The Clash could only dream of.




Jake Burns: still rocking after all these years

Fri, 26 Jan 2018 07:00:39 GMT

Jake Burns looks out his apartment window on a gloomy Chicago evening. Rain patters against the window.




I Fought the Law (and the law won) - The KPMG Indictments

Fri, 26 Jan 2018 02:26:30 GMT

Sometimes a song catches the zeitgeist and takes over the airwaves. One of those in my mind is the I Fought the Law.




High Lonesome album release party set for Jan. 27

Thu, 25 Jan 2018 21:41:35 GMT

The band is planning an album release party for their new 10-track record, It's Midnight, I'm Not Famous Yet , on Saturday, Jan. 27 at Stage 18 just off the downtown square. The record was recorded over the course of about a year in 2016-17 at Let's Talk Figures studios on Dickson Street.




in Pictures: Guitars of the stars ready to rock Stockholm's Abba Museum

Thu, 25 Jan 2018 17:00:47 GMT

A temporary exhibition featuring signatures of world-renowned guitars has opened at the Abba Museum in Pop House Stockholm. The Local got a sneak peek.




Mark E. Smith of The Fall Is Dead. Exit This Roman Shell.

Wed, 24 Jan 2018 22:38:25 GMT

Mark E. Smith, one of British music's most perverse and brilliant artists, died today at the age of 60 from what the UK Daily Mirror describes as "bizarre and rare medical issues." His health has long been less-than-robust.




Miles of music: The 55 best songs about cars, driving, and road trips

Mon, 22 Jan 2018 01:51:43 GMT

There isn't a better marriage than the one shared by the music and auto industry. Cars personify individual wealth, power, and mobility, both of the social and physical kind, while music captures the thrill, love, and even the consequence of owning a gas-guzzling, four-wheeled beast.