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The Cure’s Show | Watch the Wish era concert that was filmed in July of 1992

On September 13th, 1993, The Cure released the live album Show whose songs were originally recorded over the evenings of July 18th and 19th, 1992, at The Palace of Auburn Hills in Michigan (right outside of Detroit). The album was the poppier companion to the live album Paris which naturally was  filmed in French capital.  Unlike Paris however, this concert […]

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The Cult’s Billy Duffy talks about Morrissey at the Hollywood premiere of England is Mine

The Morrissey biopic England Is Mine had its Hollywood premiere on August 24th. After the film, there was Question and Answer panel hosted by the Mexican Morrissey himself—Jose Maldonado. Joining him on the panel were Director Mark Gill, Producers Baldwin Lee and Orian Williams (who produced Control), along with guitarist Billy Duffy from The Cult. Billy […]

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Rob Zombie’s Halloween Crushed Two Visions Into One

Dusting ‘Em Off is a rotating, free-form feature that revisits a classic album, film, or moment in pop-culture history. This week, Dan Caffrey revisits the summer of 2007, when Rob Zombie brought Halloween a couple of months early. For me, Rob Zombie could have been the Adam Sandler of horror directors. No matter how far the […]

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A special screening of ‘Industrial Accident: The Untold Story of Wax Trax! Records’ in Los Angeles this fall

Industrial Accident: The Story of Wax Trax! Records the documentary chronically one most important institutions Industrial Music— the Wax Trax! Records shop and record label—will be  having a “test screening” this November in Los Angeles at an special event featuring current and former members of My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult, Revolting Cocks, Ministry and Front 242. […]

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Top 50 Cover Songs from Movies

Say Anything has “In Your Eyes”, Goodfellas has “Layla”, Apocalypse Now has “The End”, and Fight Club has “Where Is My Mind”. These are established truths. But a cover song in a movie is different. It can actually elevate the drama — ascribing meaning and sentiment to the music being played. All of a sudden this song that we’re pretty sure we’ve […]

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A member of The Cure is an executive producer of the Morrissey biopic

An active member of The Cure is an executive producer of a film about Morrissey and The Smiths! The Morrissey biopic England is Mine is currently being marketed as being from “The Producer of Control”—Orian Williams. This is not a meaningless rubber stamp however, as according to close friends of late Joy Division singer Ian […]

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Baby Driver and the Terrifying Truths About Tinnitus

Steam pipes hissing. Fifty Alka Seltzer tablets fizzing in one glass. A rattlesnake. Overcooked bacon sizzling in a skillet. A constant, distorted, high-pitched tone. Sharp, endless ringing. Or, as Kevin Spacey’s Doc puts it in Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver, a “hum in the drum.” Baby, the protagonist and title character of one of the year’s ballsiest […]

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Watch the trailer for the Morrissey Biopic “England Is Mine”

The events that lead up to the formation of The Smiths Morrissey’s unauthorized biopic England is Mine—a film from the producers of Control has been graced with an official trailer ahead of it’s August 4th release The film is directed by Mark Gill and stars Jack Lowden as young thesinger. The film appears to chronicle Morrissey’s harsh attempts at […]

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Watch the out of print 1984 Cure concert film “Live In Japan”

The Cure currently have 3 concert films out of print. The well known wig snatching masterpiece that is “The Cure in Orange,”  the 1993 concert film “Show”—which was oddly released on CD-i, and the lesser known 90-minute “Live in Japan”. Live in Japan documents the October 17th, 1984, performance in Tokyo and received a release the […]

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Turn It Around: The Story of East Bay Punk trailer features Billie Joe Armstrong, Kirk Hammett, Tim Armstrong, and Iggy Pop — watch

Turn It Around: The Story of East Bay Punk is a new full-length documentary covering over 30 years of history of the California Bay Area’s punk scene, with a focus on the emergence of Berkeley’s 924 Gilman Street music collective. The Godfather of Punk himself, Iggy Pop, narrates the film. The documentary was directed and produced by Corbett […]