Monthly Archives: August 2009

Newsgush: Bob Dylan To Voice Satnavs

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Talking on his radio show crinkly crooner Bob Dylan has revealed he may be coming to a Tom Tom near you…

I am talking to a couple of car companies about being the voice of their GPS system. I think it would be good if you are looking for directions and hear my voice saying something like, ‘Left at the next street, no a right. You know what? Just go straight’”

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Bloodstock Open Air Review – Day 2

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Day two at Bloodstock and we’re up early, either avoiding a hangover by magic, or still quite drunk. Unfortunately this means we have the displeasure of catching Uncle Rotter’s set. Frankly an embaressment to metal. Featuring song titles designed to shock, but only resulting in disappointed facepalms from the early risers – Uncle Rotter’s ‘*ugh* ‘Disco Metal’ brings the first wave of sickness in the morning.

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Camden Punk @ Tommy Flynns

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Tommy Flynns plays host to a lively if sparse crowd tonight, Death shirts mixing with high heels – not on the same punter unfortunately – as Camden gears up for a mix bag of punk.

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Newsgush: The Ultimate Album Cover?

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Album artwork has become less and less relevant as people consume their music in different ways. However American mashup / electronica / live remix guru Moldover has created what could be the greatest album cover ever.

Because not only does it look like a cool circuit board with the name of the artist and tracks spelt out in circuitry – but the cover itself is a working theremin that you can play! Buy one yourself !

Bloodstock Open Air Review

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Downtuned returns from the UK’s only proper, longhaired, denim and leather outdoor metal festival with a T Shirt suntan, a beer belly and guts clogged with food served out of caravans.

We saw some music too!

First up – Friday’s bands -

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