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Exclusive Interview With MK Ultra

An exclusive interview with MK Ultra, a solo artist from the states, very passionate about what he does and the work he puts into his music and performances. A very interesting guy and it has been an absolute pleasure getting to know him. Alix JonesMore Posts

Exclusive Interview With Dan From DFH

An exclusive interview with the very talented Dan Hull from DFH this guy is very skilled and almost reminds me of “Cradle of Filth” but without the multi pitch changes and female backups! He’s a rocker from Herkimer, New York, United states. (pure liquid metal) Alix JonesMore Posts

Exclusive Interview With As December Falls

As December Falls is an alternative Pop-Punk band from Nottingham (United Kingdom), female lead vocalist and three talented guys make up this kickass band. Their work has a nice fresh sound to it and a great feel, they came to me on Twitter and I am so glad they did, it was an absolute pleasure […]

Lady Gaga Starring in A Star is Born Remake

Beginning production early next year the third remake of A Star is Born will star Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper.  Lady Gaga was recently cast as the leading lady in this remake that will feature the directorial debut of Cooper.  Lady Gaga will also release new music for this version of A Star is Born.  […]

Amazon Aims to Destroy Your Reason for Not Using Prime, Netflix on Notice

There has always been one, rather, large obstacle with Amazon’s Prime service.  An obstacle that has reared its ugly head whenever I had went to sign up for Amazon Prime.  The price.  No, it was not that I felt it was out of hand high, rather it was so hard to part with $99 all […]

Kazoos, Bagpipes and Bluegrass: Eleven Weird but Amazing Covers of “Enter Sandman”

Metallica’s “Enter Sandman” has become one of the most iconic rock songs in the 24 years since its release. It is the sixth-most performed song in the band’s library, behind other classics that were all written years earlier. It has been on countless “Greatest x-number of songs of whatever time period or genre history” list. […]

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