Noel Gallagher has never been afraid to speak his mind. In an interview with the London Evening Standard, Gallagher admits “I would rather drink petrol straight from the nozzle at a garage than listen to an interview with Alex Turner from the Arctic Monkeys. Wouldn’t you?”
The resurgence in vinyl sales has been ongoing for the past few years now and it showed no sign of dying down this year. According to the Wall Street Journal, sales of vinyl records are up 49% compared to this time last year. Over eight million records have been sold this year. Let’s take a look at the top 5 best selling vinyl’s from the Wall Street Journals report.
Ben Lenet posted his story and a link to a gruesome photo of his injuries.
Biting unfortunately seems to be a theme at recent concerts. See: Beyoncé and Jay Z’s Saturday night show at the Rose Bowl where a man’s finger was bitten off.
Arctic Monkeys Discuss Their New Album “AM” & Why They Didn’t Plan On Being Social Media Pioneers [Interview]
Alex Turner and Matt Helders of Arctic Monkeys dropped by the XRT Media Complex Friday evening to chat with our own Marty Lennartz, they discussed their last appearance at Lollapalooza, the explosion of their record AM, their humble beginnings as social media pioneers, and much much more.
In the U.S., tax sheltering or tax avoidance through loopholes is considered an almost-commonplace way of life or doing business for the super-rich and major corporations. It almost never makes front-page news. In the UK – with its National Heath System and more pervasive government programs – the culture considers tax sheltering and tax avoidance a more scandalous accusation, which often does make front-page news.
Arctic Monkeys’ Alex Turner is Writing a ’60s ‘X-Men Style’ Film with Last Shadow Puppets’ Miles Kane
Arctic Monkeys frontman Alex Turner is joining forces with Last Shadow Puppets bandmate Miles Kane to write an “X-Men style film” together.
In the growing sea of American music festivals, New Orleans’ annual Voodoo Music + Arts Experience lineup stands out this year with a power-packed bill that boasts Foo Fighters, Skrillex, Outkast and Arctic Monkeys as headliners.
With their latest videos, the Arctic Monkeys are leaning in to their growing popularity in Hispanic culture.
For this version, Alex Turner brings out the acoustic guitar for a softer and more subtle take on the psychedelic single.