Like Bigsound on speed.
Former Sonic Youth mastermind Kim Gordon has penned a tell-all memoir in the aftermath of the band’s scandalous demise. The book is entitled Girl In A Band, and in anticipation of its impending release, she’s served up a platter of juicy quotes (via Vogue and The Guardian) showcasing Gordon’s candid trash-talking of her alt rock
Melbourne-based festival, Sugar Mountain, took a break in 2014, but it’s returned this year, rejuvenated and armed with its best lineup yet. Sugar Mountain has previously hosted the likes of The Dirty Projectors, Action Bronson, Deerhoof and Shabazz Palaces, but 2015 sees it welcome its most diverse, jam-packed bill. Headlined by Nas, performing his iconic
Brooklyn, New York’s Barclays Center hosted the 29th annual The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame induction ceremony on the night of Thursday, 10th April. The event was lined with a myriad of rock star-length speeches and performances. Music Feeds readers can check out our highlights package down below. Remaining Nirvana members Dave Grohl and
Following their performances with Lorde, Joan Jett, St Vincent, and former Sonic Youth bassist Kim Gordon during the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame‘s 2014 induction ceremony yesterday, founding Nirvana members Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic performed a secret show at Saint Vitus, a tiny metal club in Greenpoint, Brooklyn which has a capacity of
Nirvana shared the stage with a raft of female music notables — Lorde, Joan Jett, St Vincent, and former Sonic Youth bass player Kim Gordon — for their performance during the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame class of 2014 induction ceremony, currently happening at Brooklyn’s Barclays Centre. Earlier today, local outlet Cleveland.com, who have