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Category Archives: Insane Charlie’s Posse

After 25 years of Lollapalooza, even Perry Farrell hates EDM

Posted by on July 25, 2016

Nothing lasts forever, but this weekend’s Lollpalooza marks the 25th anniversary of the festival. However, Lolla co-founder and Jane’s Addiction singer Perry Farrell appears to be kind of over it, and is starting something new in 2018. Actually, he didn’t even intend on it lasting beyond it’s first year, in which Nine Inch Nails, Ice-T, the […]

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Scene Report: Twelve Foot Ninja give a rundown on Melbourne

Posted by on July 25, 2016

In just about one month (August 26), Melbourne, Australia’s Twelve Foot Ninja will be dropping their sophomore album, Outlier. The band have made pretty great strides in the United States with 2014’s Silent Machine, but they’ve got plenty of love for the city that spawned them. Vocalist Nik “”Kin” Etik ran down some of the things […]

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Myles Kennedy discusses Alter Bridge’s new album and stripped down solo offerings

Posted by on July 25, 2016

Two days before speaking to us about his cinematic debut, Myles Kennedy and his bandmates in Alter Bridge gave 350 fans and close friends at The Beacham in Orlando, FL a special treat. Not only did they perform a set of fan favorites, but hosted a listening party to their new album The Last Hero, […]

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Welcome to Varvatos: Guns N’ Roses pop-up shop opens in NYC

Posted by on July 22, 2016

If you’ve never been to the John Varvatos store in New York City, that might be understandable. However, if you don’t know what once stood at 315 Bowery where the store is located, then you probably shouldn’t go there in the first place. Once the home of seminal punk rock club CBGB’s, the Lower East Side retail […]

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Review: EERIE – EERIE

Posted by on July 22, 2016

It’s not often Tee Pee Records puts out an album by a band that’s described as black metal. Hell, they’ve probably never put out an album by a band that’s described as black metal. If you’re not familiar, Tee Pee’s wheelhouse is more along the lines of psych, stoner, punk, or garage rock. So when […]

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