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35 min ago | San Diego CityBEAT
Late in Narco Cultura , yet another documentary about the various ways cartel trafficking impacts Mexican life, journalist Sandra Rodriguez makes a profound statement.
Should smoking in public places be banned?
Should public schools teach Evolution or Creationism?
4 hrs ago | ChartAttack
Chanukah is early this year, so we thought it'd be a good chance to go against the tinsel-covered grain and give you some latke-and-candle-friendly anthems.
7 hrs ago | Denver Westword
Never one to mince words, Biafra became a lightning rod with his unapologetic critiques of the regressive swing of American culture in the '80s, as well as the effects of the country's imperialistic ambitions.
8 hrs ago | VH1
Despite their prerequisite badass image most musicians use their hands for playing their instruments and not fisticuffs.
11 hrs ago | The Falcon
In no particular order, here they are! Absent from music since 2007's FutureSex/LoveSounds , Justin Timberlake is back this year with a double album, a spectacle of pop magnanimity that seems to exist in Timberlake's own universe, levitating above the trendiness beneath it.
16 hrs ago | Cavalier Daily
Stand out tracks: "Nothing For Christmas," New Found Glory "Do You Hear What I Hear?" William Beckett "All I Can Give You," Jason Lancaster "Fool's Holiday," All Time Low "Punk Goes Christmas," as strange as the title may sound, is one of the best compilation albums to be released all year.
Reggae artist Junior Murvin died on Monday in Jamaica. Although an official cause of death has not yet been released, Murvin had been recently hospitalized for diabetes and blood-pressure-related illnesses.
Kathleen Hanna's return to music receives considerably more fanfare with this new documentary than did her inexplicable retirement.
Thousands of bartenders nationwide were narrowed down to just 30 finalists in a contest sponsored by Sailor Jerry Rum and Liquor.com to be named the best for National Bartender's Appreciation Day .
BBC Radio 1 has confirmed the first few bands for 2014's Reading and Leeds festivals, with Blink 182, Jake Bugg, Metronomy and Disclosure all set for performances.
The band, who have had a string of Top 40 hits since starting out in the early 1990s, first played the festivals in 1999 and headlined in 2010.
The All The Small Things hitmakers, who re-formed in 2009 after breaking up in 2005, will top the bill at the annual rock festival.
"20 Feet from Stardom," "The Act of Killing," "Blackfish," "Cutie and the Boxer," "The Square," "Stories We Tell" and "Tim's Vermeer" are all among the final 15, but the Academy once again snubbed casting directors by excluding "Casting By."
Rocket From the Crypt , the great punk 'n' roll band fronted by John Reis , have been reunited for about a year now, and though they've toured Europe and played Riot Fests , they still haven't come to NYC.
On their new full length album Death Chorus, the band shows a major transition in their sound, contributed mostly to lead singer Jimmy Stadt's change in vocal style.
Sue Perkins and Mel Giedroyc's baking-inspired quips have landed them a nomination for best Female TV Comic at this year's British Comedy Awards.
Poison Idea never became the household names they should have been, especially considering their string of classic hardcore albums and EPs the band released displayed a furious, tightly played mixture of Discharge, Motorhead, Black Flag, and the Germs.
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