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Mark Ronson's been taking heat for his awesome cover of "Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before," but Moz and Marr are on board. He wrote on MySpace (via NME):when i recorded the original…   Read Story »
We'd load this post up with tons of Morrissey puns, but that joke isn't funny anymore. So instead, we spread the good news posted by Morrissey zine True To You that Moz has added dates to his U.S.…   Read Story »
Maladjusted to the vagaries of life, Morrissey has given deep thought to the cemetery gates that house his ultimate resting spot. Via Metro:The 48-year-old star wants a spot at the celebrity cemetery…   Read Story »
OK, not everybody thinks it's OK to like ska, but for those that do, cover masters Reel big Fish are a pretty good reason. Maybe not for their original material, but the Fish have a reel knack for…   Read Story »
Stephen had a chat with Seattle's The Stranger, touching on northwestern bands, cities, and fashion styles. Some thoughts on the region's music (via LHB):What about Portland's music scene? There's…   Read Story »
Or should we say "New Mark Ronson"? The producer/wedding DJ put together a glockenspiel-and-Motown remix of Lily's cut for his forthcoming full-length Version. (P4K assumes it's the same version…   Read Story »
Until this year's Gang Of Losers (their best effort yet), The Dears were never mentioned without a passing reference to The Smiths, and it?s a tagline they've usually embraced (while pointing to…   Read Story »
Now that we know what Brits wanna hear when they're dead, we're curious what the living are listening to. The busy pollsters at NME contacted a cross-section of the UK's student body in an effort to…   Read Story »
We know this is old news, but for the five of you who haven't read it yet ... hilarious:August 7th, 2006 Mash-up in the house, y'all! Some bedroom producer from Norway who calls himself Calvin…   Read Story »
One thing to know about Oslo: Most people are honest (except cabbies), friendly (except customs agents), extremely beautiful (no exceptions), and obsessed with the export of their arts. So Øya is…   Read Story »