Former White Stripes songwriter Jack White has explained further the reasons for the duo highlighting their belief that the band ‘no longer belonged’ to them when announcing their decision to split last year.
Muse frontman Matt Bellamy has said the band are likely to play their 2001 second album ‘Origin of Symmetry‘ in its entirety when they headline this summer’s Reading/Leeds festival, after recently revealing the shows could mark the last time the band play tracks from the album live.
With their proud musical tradition which stretches right back to the earliest days of British rock n roll, residents of Manchester have much to be proud of, and it seems they’re quite happy with the current scene going on in their locality after the city finished top in a recent poll which asked the simple question: “Do you have enough local gigs in your area?”
John Dwyer hasn’t slept in fourteen years.
More force of nature than mere mortal, the man has neither the time nor the need.
At least that’s what it seems like. Ever since repositioning himself across the United States from Providence to San Francisco in 1997, the singer, songwriter & schizo-rock journeyman has barreled his way through the seedy underbelly of the West Coast underground with all the strength and subtlety of a seismic shock. Whether with the performance noise of Pink & Brown, the tightly wound garage punk of The Coachwhips, or any number of the irreverently named projects (The Hospitals, Zeigenbock Kopf, Dig That Body Up, It’s Alive) that he has attached himself to, one thing has been kept clear: Dwyer is the type of guy that can only sit still long enough to make to his next move.
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