Mashup: Foo Fighters vs Beastie Boys – “Everlong, Holmes”

The madman behind The Cure/Commodores mashup Daniel Barassi (BRAT Productions) is at it again, this time around he has chosen “Everlong” by The Foo Fighters (a sacred song in the eyes of most FF fans) and the funky instrumental “Groove Holmes” by The Beastie Boys; mashed together they’ve created a groovy little love song that’s accompanied by the use of scenes from the film “The Naked Gun 2 1/2” starring the late great Leslie Nielsen, check it out below.

Foo Fighters – “Everlong” (Acapella) original version found on ‘The Colour And The Shape’ album.
Beastie Boys – “Groove Holmes” (Re-Edited Album Version) original version on the ‘Check Your Head’ album.

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Ben Caplan & Old Man Luedecke cover “Uptown Funk”

I love cover versions that bring a new vibe to the original track, Ben Caplan & Old Man Luedecke do just that when they covered Mark Ronson & Bruno Mars dance anthem “Uptown Funk” for CBC’s “First Play Live” session, watch it all unfold below.


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Fred Schneider’s Model “Girlfriend” dishes on their life together in SPIN Magazine from October 1985

Back in October 1985 in a SPIN Magazine piece called “Models And Rock Stars” they featured model Shailah Edmonds (back then just referred to as Shailah) and Fred Schneider of The B-52’s in a short piece about how they fell in love and what their life together was like…… it below.


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On this day in 1991, Nirvana recorded ‘Dumb’, ‘Drain You’ and ‘Endless Nameless’ at Maida Vale studios in London for the BBC Radio 1 John Peel show.

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Keith Richards: “Millions are in love with Metallica and Black Sabbath, I just thought they were great jokes.”

71 year old Keith Richards says in a new interview with the New York Daily News that “Millions are in love with Metallica and Black Sabbath,” Richards says. “I just thought they were great jokes.”, and don’t forget rap music “What rap did that was impressive was to show there are so many tone-deaf people out there,”

You can read what else the old Stone had to say in the interview by Jim Farber HERE

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