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The Rolling Stones know their drugs. Whether we're talking pills, powders or plants, it’s safe to say the Stones have tried it all -- and that's especially true for the songwriting team of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards.
Everyone knows how important the Beatles are in the history of music. Some Stones fans might disagree, but the Fab Four are where the idea of mega-star rock bands begin. They were the first group to gain enormous fame on both sides of the Atlantic, and their charisma and amazing songs have inspired thousands of great bands to follow in their footsteps.
Beachwood Sparks is the ’90s band that never was. Founded in 1997, the lineup that would record its unreleased debut album, ‘Desert Skies,’ was a far cry from the version that debuted to critical acclaim on Sub Pop records three years later. With their unearthed 1998 debut album finally in stores this week, Diffuser.fm caught up with frontman Brent Rademaker from his home in Los Angeles.
Smoke 'em if you got 'em -- and play these songs when you do.
Eric Clapton is a guitar god. There’s no argument there. Over the years, as both a solo artist and a member of the Yardbirds, John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers, Derek & the Dominoes and Blind Faith, he's dispensed some of the greatest guitar riffage of all time, seemingly off the top of his head. Fans a
“The music world is really small, and you kind of meet everyone eventually,” says Juliana Hatfield of her various run-ins with Nada Surf frontman Matthew Caws throughout the years, which led to the founding of their own band, Minor Alps.