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We’ve Got A File On You features interviews in which artists share the stories behind the extracurricular activities that dot their careers: acting gigs, guest appearances, random internet ephemera, etc.

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X grew from the fertile soil that was Los Angeles’ late ‘70s punk scene. Singer/bassist John Doe answered an ad that rockabilly guitar virtuoso Billy Zoom placed in local classified ads paper The Recycler. It sought musicians for a band along the lines of the Ramones. “Two bass players answered that ad,” Zoom told Razorcake […]

The post X’s John Doe talks recent ‘ALPHABETLAND’ LP, how to stay fresh and more appeared first on Alternative Press.

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Welcome back to AltPress Weekly. It’s hard to believe we’re already at our fourth installment of our weekly roundup, which gathers up everything we want you to check out. Each week, we showcase longtime favorite tracks and brand-new cuts. We also focus on all the things happening at Alternative Press, as well as the latest […]

The post AltPress Weekly: Eyedress, Syd, boyband, the Velvet Underground and more appeared first on Alternative Press.

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Black Flag henry rollins 80s punk and hardcore singers

The idea of compiling a list of the greatest punk singers of the ‘80s might seem a bit odd. After all, this was when hardcore rose and quickly dominated all things punk. And let’s face it: Hardcore vocalists are more noted for bellowing than actual singing, per se. Not that late ‘70s punk harbored many […]

The post These 11 singers steered the course of punk and hardcore in the ’80s appeared first on Alternative Press.

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Watch Buffy Sainte-Marie & Jewel; stream Lightning in a Bottle, Smashing Pumpkins, Macy Gray, Arlo Guthrie, John Doe, Potty Mouth, Mating Ritual and more

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In the almost 60 years since Bob Dylan released his debut album, countless words have been spilled on his singular legacy. There are books and movies and over half a century’s worth of music journalism trying to dissect the mystery and pin down the multitudes. College courses unpack his lyrics. A Presidential Medal Of Freedom and a Nobel Prize and who knows how many other honors mark Dylan’s towering, seismic presence as not just a musician but a cultural and literary icon of the American Century. All of which is to say: You and I both know about Bob Dylan, and there’s little I could say to celebrate his 80th birthday that hasn’t been said many times before.

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garbage 2019

Garbage have made their long-awaited return with their fiery new single “The Men Who Rule The World.” For the anthemic rock track, the band take no prisoners as they call out the misogyny, sexism and racism that is evident around the world. The biting new single is off of their first full-length album in nearly […]

The post Garbage call out misogyny in new single “The Men Who Rule The World” appeared first on Alternative Press.

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los angeles punk bands, 70s punk bands

Punk was, by design, meant to be small and regional. True, bands might break out and become national or even international. But the overarching idea was keeping things small and accessible. You wanted to be able to reach out and touch your favorite band in a small sweaty club, maybe have a beer with the […]

The post 10 essential ‘70s punk bands from Los Angeles you should already know appeared first on Alternative Press.

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Group also releases “True Love, Pt. 3” as part of Alphabetland outtakes comp Xtras For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

Watch: Bruce Springsteen; stream Phoebe Bridgers, John Doe, Andra Day, Arlo Parks, Nelly Furtado and more

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