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Ed Sheeran deleted his Twitter account on Monday,Can you believe it

The singer got a ton of mixed reactions after a slighlty cringy cameo on the season premiere of Game of Thrones, and like a good guy in Game Of Thrones his Twitter account has mysteriously vanished

video below

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Soundwave Tattoos are tattoos with the waveform of your favour song that can be scanned with the specially developed Skin Motion app and listened to in high quality.

looks pretty cool plus its a tattoo with an extra function

Pretty cool concept what song would you get?....i think I'd get this

Founder of Soundwave Tattoos states Nate Siggard, 

while I see if 'Back Door Guests Are Best' looks like it would make a cool tramp stamp:

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Once again Gorillaz are doing what they do best, being unique,multifaceted

and banging!!! HUMANZ

2-D (Vocals/Keys), Murdoc Niccals (Bass Guitar),Russel Hobbs (Percussion) and Noodle (Lead Guitar) are back on point and with perfect form.Their new album HUMANZ comes in a couple formats there are14 tracks on the regular edition, with five more on the deluxe. A Super Deluxe Vinyl Box Set will also contain each of the 14 regular edition tracks on its own piece of vinyl, backed by an alternate version.

from a industry where big fish,copy-cat and bland artists/bands get pushed to the front over unique and different sounds, Gorillaz once again burst out of the ocean like Godzilla breathing their atomic breath of Electro, House, Hip-hop and HARD beats.

A visual representation of how AMAZING this album is

According to a press release, the album was recorded in London, Paris, New York, Chicago, and Jamaica and produced by Gorillaz, Pusha T/John Legend collaborator the Twilite Tone of D /\ P, and Remi Kabaka.A staple of Gorillaz is the amazing collaborations De La Soul, Mavis Staples & Pusha T,Grace Jones and many many more.


Side note

one of my favourite things that Gorillaz does best is collaborations.

Get an artist to put their own take on a track not just appear as a cameo, its so lame when you see random artist cameo on track

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Exclusive interview with Alt-Rock Band RED SKYE

My Interview with RED SKYE
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Where are you guys from? 
Foggy London town!
What drew you guys towards this genre? 
With all of our individual tastes, we feel we met in the middle and our genre naturally became alt-rock 
How long have you been making music together? 
We've been making music since late 2013. 
Who are your influences? 
Our main influences would be Biffy Clyro, Foo Fighters, Radiohead, Black Stone Cherry and Led Zeppelin
Top artists you are fans of? 
Red Hot Chili Peppers, Linkin Park, Letlive, Crobot and Foo Fighters 
There seems to be a slow resurgence of great alt rock bands coming out in the last couple years. What do you think brought this on? 
There are more genres and sounds being heard as more and more unsigned artists are making music at home and sharing their work online. People grow to be more open to new music, such as alt-rock
 What is the future of Red Skye?
We're looking to do more gigs and try to get some radio airplay to get our music out there! We're also busy writing new material for an album release 
What do you guys do for fun? 
Apart from gigging we're really into our board/video games and watching movies
What band would you guys compare yourselves to? 
We don't really to compare ourselves to anyone else as we're open to different styles of music and ideas, we don't tend to think about comparison

Where can we find your work?
You can find all our upcoming gigs via our Facebook page and you can also download and listen to our EP on all major streaming platforms or download for free (or Pay what you want) the EP via our Bandcamp
What project are you most proud of? 
Recording and releasing our 2016 EP - George Q 
What do you guys think is missing currently in the alt rock genre? 
A lot of mainstream music that gets labelled as alt rock can be too poppy and a lot of computerisation used. What's missing is more real rock with a more organic feel.
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Wreck The System-Nerdcore with a Hip-hop groove

If you're a hip-hop fan and looking for something different instead of the mundane materialist vibe most hip-hop artist are churning out check out 


The taking the Nerdcore genre to new places you haven't seen before.They mix the classic Nerdcore motifs with old and new school hip-hop beats.Wreck The System are a coalition of different artists with the main features being:

Lady J


DJ Mutiny

Osiris Green

Twill Distilled

The artists have performed at MAGfest and are constantly on the move.Follow them subscribe to them these guys you'll be hearing more from really soon as they take over the internet with their new style of hip-hop.

Do The Roar - Osiris Green ft. Mega Ran, Twill Distilled, LadyJ (Official Video)

Their talents doesn't end with just hip hop they are also in the realm of music production with WRECK THE SYSTEM RECORDINGS offering services like recording mixing and mastering with high end equipment.I managed to get an interview with these guys.

  • Where are you guys from?

"Washington, DC Area"

  • What drew you guys towards this genre?

Twill - All the hot cosplay bitches, YTCracker, and hacker music.
LadyJ - The Crossover appeal of the culture that can be shared with the entire world
Cam3 - The fact that it is music about me.
DJ Mutiny - LadyJ
* Osiris Green - The creativity and limitless potential of the art. 

  • How long have you been making music together?

"9 Months or 3 trimesters, we just about to pop!"

  • Who are your influences?

"The Millionaires, Eminem, The Alchemist, Tech N9ne, Boyz Noise"

  • Top artists you are fans of?

"Ludacris, Lady Gaga, Linkin Park, Die Antwoord, Outkast"

  • What is the future of Wreck The System?

"What we do every night Pinky, try to take over the WORLD!"

  • What do you guys do for fun?

"Drink, Video Games, make music, headshots, cooking, IRC, and imitating each other sarcastically."

  • There seems to be a divide in the hip-hop community on the current state of modern hiphop some say its sounds stale,generic on the other hand there are a lot more new artists and groups on the up and up and breaking into the mainstream more than ever what do you guys think?

"Mainstream hip-hop has become stagnant in it’s creativity, which on a positive note has forced people to look outside of the regular outlets to find talented artists that have genuine skills Thus beginning to bring these individuals to the forefront, which will eventually help hip-hop to progress in better direction."

  • What project are you most proud of?

TOKENS(Featured Below)

  • Where can we find your work? (facebook,twitter,etc)

"Bandcamp, Spotify, Soundcloud, Itunes, Youtube"

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I XOX U - Official Music Video by Meri Amber

Here's some background information from
Meri Amber (the Sydney based Geek Pop singer and songwriter):-

The song was written after having a chat with a visual artist friend of mine who was incorporating emojis into the presentation of his art. We were being silly and brainstorming crazy ideas for songs when I blurted out 'I should write a song out of emojis'. He then, of course, dared me to do it and I took the dare on.

The song was written on my phone at the same time it was written in the notepad I tend to write songs in. It was a very different process to usual. I wanted to make sure that there was an actual story in the song and it wasn't just a random set of emojis. If you look through the lyrics or listen carefully you'll be able to make out the story and the desperation in which it's trying to be communicated.

The video was something quite conceptual which I saw as the main take-home message from the song. The fact that emojis are simply another means in which people are trying to get their message across and understood. For example a smiley face of a sad face at the end of a txt message can completely change it's meaning and can be used to help clarify things a little:

'How are you feeling?'
'Ok :)'

'How are you feeling?'
'Ok :('

But, the sad reality is that even with emojis, your message is not necessarily going to be clearly understood. There isn't a direct exchange between you and the other person (like face to face communication gives you). The message is a sort of midway thing that distorts what you're saying and the 'you' somewhat disappears in it. That's why in the video I fade out behind the messages as they appear and slowly fade to white throughout the song as my message gets more and more distorted in the reader's mind.

I'm going to be releasing more songs and videos soon that could be grouped with 'I XOX U' in an 'Emoji Love' set as I've been really happy with the response I'm getting from 'I XOX U'. The other songs are not going to be songs about emojis, but they will be songs focused on the difficulties of communication, misunderstandings that arise from it and finding a way to make sense of things when our mind interprets messages in a different way to how they were supposed to be read.
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Kudos -The OFFICIAL Music Video - Meri Amber

This is the OFFICIAL music video for the hit Geekpop song Kudos by Meri Amber

You can find Meri around the internets at:

Grab The Song-
Meri Amber's Official Site-
Kudos Music Video by Meri Amber

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