Josh Homme Vows to Stand United

 

Eagles of Death Metal drummer and Queens of the Stoneage frontman Josh Homme says he will be "merciless" against those behind the deadly nightclub attack that left his bandmates and fans running for their lives. 

 

Not in attendance due to prior commitments. Homme said of the massacre where more than 100 people were killed in eastern Paris that he was "saddened" and "disgusted" by the terrorists actions.

 

Speaking from his home in Palm Springs California, Homme called on all his bands from Them Crooked Vultures, Queens of the Stoneage, Kyuss, Eagles of Death Metal and friends from Dave Grohl, Jack White, Pj Harvey, Peaches, Mark Lanegan to John Paul Jones to remain united. "We will lead the fight. We will be merciless."

 

"No one messes with this 6"4 ginger ninja's friends and fans and gets away with it. ISIS, Terrorists - Josh Homme is coming for you. And when he finds you Josh Homme is going to give you A Feel Good Hit of the Summer to the face bitches..."

 

 

Marty Mcfly Disappointed to Find That Tauranga Music Still Sux in 2015

 

After accidentally arriving in Tauranga in 2011 with time travelling partner and friend, the eccentric Delorean driving Doc Brown in attempt to escape the incestuous flirting of his horny teenaged Mother and flying fists of fury of town bully Biff Tannen. Mcfly was surprised to see a music scene growing from the one he had seen during prior missions.

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Reader Doesn't Know What News is Real Anymore

 

Avid news reader Paul Gunderson today has officially given up on reading any news article seen through his Facebook feed and or anywhere online after realising that he has no idea what is real anymore.

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Mclarens Fools Festival

 

 

All I have heard this week is people local and otherwise either lamenting the loss or celebrating the demise of the supposed international level Mclarens Falls Festival that was due to be held in Tauranga over the course of three days in January next year.

 

And what would a passing Tauranga music news event be without me throwing my uneducated, overly opinionated 2 cents around like a man on a early 19th century spending spree? 

 

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Titties on a Thursday - A State of Modern Erotique review

 

 

 

Yeah we can all do as I have done and justify our attendance at Zeus Gallery this Thursday past as one motivated by the pursuitof artistic fulfillment or we can just come out, be proud and say “I just wanted to see some titties on a Thursday eveing after a quick bite to eat and catching a rerun of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Hot Seat with that loveable rogue Eddie Mcguire”

 

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Magazine Review: Rip It Up is a stale magazine about what it means to be a Cracker

 

 

Rip It Up is a Music Magazine that explores what it means to be a privileged self righteous Cracker. First off, what is Rip It Up? Well, I guess it’s just a normal magazine but one written by someone lacking the wit intrigue, intelligence, insight, IQ to write for a proper publication. Secondly, and most importantly, what is a Cracker?

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Woodcock 2016 - #toocoolforyou

 

 

 

 

 

Woodcock returns to the over saturated summer festival market in 2016 hipper, cooler and with even more underground chic than ever before. 

 

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