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noiseymusic:Noisey and D’Addario present Guitar Moves, a series showcasing our favorite musicians’ talent and creativity. Watch episode one, featuring the Stooges’ James Williamson.

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rollingstone: After acting as frontman for Pantera, Down and Superjoint Ritual and contributing to a multitude of peers’ projects, metal legend Philip H. Anselmo has decided to fly solo. Listen exclusively to “Usurper’s Bastard Rant” from his first solo album, Walk Through Exits Only in advance of its July 16th release.

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May the 4th be with you

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superseventies: Joe Strummer and Paul Simonon of The Clash

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rollingstone:James Brown would have been 80 years old today. Take a look at our 1982 feature on the Godfather of Soul.

rollingstone: “In life you don’t really get to chose your family, your siblings – you get what you’re given. I got lucky cause I got two great sisters and two great brothers, but I got extra lucky because around 1982, I got the chance to choose two other brothers: Mike Diamond and Adam Yauch. And together our families have grown. I’d like to thank the New York Parks Department and the people of Brooklyn for honoring my friend and brother, and recognizing how cool it is to have an Adam Yauch park for other crazy New York kids.” - Ad-Rock

Adam Yauch’s loved ones helped rename a Brooklyn park in his honor today. Read about the ceremony and Adam “Ad-Rock” Horovitz’s full tribute to his late friend and bandmate.

superseventies: The Police, ‘Roxanne’ - promo artwork, 1978.

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thestrutny: The fictitious story of the KISS song ‘Beth’

In a funny and extremely well produced short film directed by Brian Billow, we get a fake behind the scenes look of how the KISS classic Beth came to be. Watch Here

superseventies: Marvin Gaye

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