“Hearts will be heavy for a few months, a few years," Le Bataclan co-manager Dominique Revert said. "But we will reopen. We will not surrender.”
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Kellogg is teaming with Diffuser to offer free downloads of a special song from his upcoming album to benefit the American Red Cross.
The 1996 debut from Josh Davis (aka DJ Shadow) redefined sampling and prompted listeners to start scouring used record stores on their own.
Trip-hop pioneer Tricky is back with a new project dubbed Skilled Mechanics featuring a host of collaborators.
"Although bonded in grief," the band wrote, "we are proud to stand together, with our new family, now united by a common goal of love and compassion."
All donations made to the Queens of Stone Age and Eagles of Death Metal frontman's charity through Dec. 31 will be redirected to the Paris victims’ families.
Diffuser is proud to present the Nashville act's upcoming EP on which each song represents a different phase of life.
“We’re headed to Asia to play some shows early next year,” Vernon tweeted. “We’re going because we’ve never been.”
Sure, they didn't really know how to play their instruments. That didn't stop the Jesus and Mary Chain from setting out to conquer the world.
On Nov. 18, 1993, Nirvana arrived at Sony Music Studios with no idea what they would play on 'Unplugged.' They left having recorded one of the decade's definitive albums.