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Musicians prefer their music loud, study concludes

On May 3, 2024 by Tim Newman

Scientific research isn’t all about cancer, gut bacteria, zoonotic viruses, and mitochondria — the powerhouses of the cell. Sometimes, scientists focus on more important topics, like listening to music really loud. For instance,...

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Odium by Wothrosch: Album Review

On January 15, 2023 by Tim Newman

Sheets of sound. Triumphant blast beats. Wothrosch’s debut album — Odium — is something to behold. Despite Odium being their first release, the album screams maturity. Based in Athens, Greece Wothrosch is a...

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В​с​ё by Рожь: Album Review

On January 3, 2023 by Tim Newman

Рожь — called “Rye” in English — is a one-man band based in Russia. And his latest album, “В​с​ё” is an emotional force to be reckoned with. From the sinister but soothing opening...

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Top 3 Taylor Swift Conspiracy Theories

On February 9, 2022 by Tim Newman

Taylor Swift is one of the most bland creatures in the music world. In an effort to boost interest levels, people with nothing better to do have spawned a dizzying array of conspiracy...

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ALBUM REVIEW: Fórn — Rights Of Despair

On March 3, 2019 by Tim Newman

Doom metal has morphed wildly over the last few decades. It has left the cold comfort of the shadows and now lies, gasping for breath in the searing light of the full moon....

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Listen To All Of Motörhead’s Songs At Once

On June 24, 2018 by Tim Newman

I’m assuming that you’ve never had the urge to listen to all of Motörhead’s songs at the same time. It’s not something that would cross most people’s minds. That’s one of the many...

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19 Turkish Album Covers From The 1970s

On January 13, 2018 by Tim Newman

I’ve been getting into Turkish pop from the 70s and 80s recently. When I say “getting into,” I mean I occasionally pop on a Spotify playlist that has some Turkish tunes from the...

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Video: Policeman Joins In With Slipknot Tribute Band + Some Guy Nearly Knocks Himself Out

On July 14, 2017 by Tim Newman

The title says all you need to know really. A policeman, probably fed up with sobriety at Sixfields Rock Festival, decides to throw caution to the wind and join in the fun with Slipknot...

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“We Are The World” – Japanese Karaoke Version

On November 20, 2016 by Tim Newman

If you’ve ever had a hankering to watch Japanese grownups dress as 80s pop stars and sing a really terrible version of We Are The World by Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie, you’ve come...

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Aztec Death Whistle: Mysterious, Creepy and Ancient

On October 23, 2016 by Tim Newman

The Aztec death whistle is as creepy as it sounds. What is was used for exactly we may never know, but guessing is almost as fun as knowing. As Archaeology screams into the...

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