Facebook R&B crooner Mario has been relatively quiet on the music front for…
- Posted on May 15th 2012 6:30PM by Dan Reilly
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The Swedish rockers visited our office to talk about their new album and what they hate about today's crop of musicians. Check out the interview, video and photos!
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The tributes to the Beastie Boys' Adam Yauch keep on coming. One of the better ones we've seen though is this awesome reenactment of their landmark video "Sabotage." Portlandian filmmaker James Winters conscripted his two children and his nephew to act in this faithful (for the most part) facsimile of the original video. Considering MCA only passed away 11 days ago, this undertaking is quite impressive.
In His Words: "This song is close to my heart. But don't get it twisted, I'd like to have kids of my own some day. I just won't raise them to be f---ing a--holes. -- Rob Rusli
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Amy Winehouse may have appeared fearless, what with her tattoos, heavy drinking, drug use and all, but she wasn't immune to looking over her shoulder. According to Mark Ronson, the producer behind her breakthrough Back to Black album, the beehived songstress felt "freaked out" and intimidated by the success of fellow British singer Adele.
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Leonard Cohen took home the Glenn Gould Prize last night at a star-studded ceremony at Toronto's Massey Hall. But the legend then promptly gave the $50,000 reward which came with it to the Canada Council for the Arts as a generous donation.