Joy to the World! Hot Press chat to Dublin grunge rockers Oh Joy

Joy to the World! Hot Press chat to Dublin grunge rockers Oh Joy
They take a more melodic route than typical early 90’s grunge, and offer something quite aggressive … Perhaps, for the guys, it was interesting to see an outside party’s take on music that they own and are inherently close to.
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In Defense of Post-Grunge Music
Component is a section of Aux.Out. for one-off pieces, special editorials, and lost orphans of the music discussion. Today, Sasha Geffen talks about her relationship with Post-Grunge, and how it might be overlooked as both nostalgic and useful music.
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Grunge: A Success Story
Grunge stuck, maybe because it so vividly evoked both the black … “Kurt Cobain was just too lazy to shampoo,” said Charles Cross, the editor of the Seattle music monthly The Rocket, talking about Nirvana’s lead singer. Mr. Cobain’s matted sheep-dog …
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Classic Rockers Dominate ‘Richest Bassists’ List

Classic Rockers Dominate ‘Richest Bassists’ List
They hold down the low end, but many of them are living the high life. A new list compiles the Top 10 Richest Bassists in the World, and there are many of our favorites among them. This countdown can be found over at a website fittingly called the Richest.
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Science Proves Bassists Are The Most Important Part Of A Band
How many bass player jokes have you heard (or made) in your lifetime? For the general population, I guess, bass players tend to fade into the background. I mean, it’s gotta be hard to compete with that attractive, energetic singer/guitar player standing …
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The 10 Greatest Rock Bassists of All Time
Last week, Neph Basedow wrote her list of the 11 greatest female rock bass players and she took a little heat for it, including some from me. But, she also got a lot right. At the very least, she highlighted the most under-appreciated musician in rock …
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