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Visit our family blog: “The Thomas Ten.”

Browse Rolling Stone‘s list of the “100 Greatest Songwriters of All-Time.”

Read Paste‘s report that Sesame Street will head to HBO in the Fall.

Read as Rolling Stone wonders: “Is Apple Taking Over the Music Business?”

Read as NPR’s “the Good Listener” asks: “Are Tall People Obligated To Stand In The Back At Concerts?”

Browse as R.E.M.’s “Michael Stipe lists his 10 favourite books”.

Browse Paste‘s list of “Five Band Photo Cliches”.

Browse as: “Radiohead‘s Jonny Greenwood reveals his current favourite album, book and video game”.

R.I.P. Bob Johnston: “Producer for Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen, Johnny Cash“.

R.I.P. Pink Floyd.

R.I.P. Yvonne Craig, television’s Batgirl.

See “A Ziggurat of Mirrors”.

Read Alternative Press‘ report that “the Crow” re-make will happen.

Read as NME considers the biggest talking points from Morrissey’s recent Larry King interview.

Read as AV Club considers the world of professional wrestling.

Read Paste‘s report that “Tracy Morgan Will Return to Host SNL in First Post-Accident Performance”.

Browse as the Guardian makes their picks for “The 100 best novels written in English”.

Read Consequence of Sound‘s report that Flight of the Conchords are writing a movie and planning a tour.

See Banksy’s “Disney-Trolling pop-up Theme Park”.

Read this piece wondering: “As humans, we have an urge to explore. So, where to next?”

Read as Politico considers: “How Google Could Rig the 2016 Election”.

Have you tried “The breakfast beer of champions”?

Read as Stephen Colbert says: “‘I Am Here to Know God, Love God, Serve God’.

Read as: “Jeff Tweedy talks Wilco, Star Wars and Bob Dylan”.

Now you can buy a “record label in a box“.

See Mumford and Sons re-make themselves as a ’90’s boy band, “Mumtown”.

Read as the Atlantic considers “The Unlikely Reanimation of H.P. Lovecraft“.

Read about “bicycle desks”.

Read Uncut‘s piece: “Joy Division: “We didn’t know Ian Curtis was approaching his breaking point”

Read about the “Origin Story of the Iconic Carlton Dance from Fresh Prince”.

Read as “Jane’s Addiction Break Down ‘Ritual de lo Habitual’ Track by Track” for Rolling Stone where Dave Navarro says: “”The Velvet Underground, Led Zeppelin, Bauhaus, Van Halen and Rush were all part of our sound,” and Perry Farrell giggles: “”If you ask me, I think it’s one of the greatest records of all time.”

 

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