- Toei Animation and the Japanese government: “Please do not pirate Dragon Ball Super.” Local governments across Latin America: “lol GFY.”
- How Hugh Padgham tripped over the gated reverb snare, first recorded on “Intruder”, a song Peter Gabriel wrote around the effect.
- Thirty years later, illegal raves are all the go again in Sheffield and London. For some reason that first article was deleted from the actual nme.com site.
I’ve recently learned Salman Rushdie wrote a 70s disco song about the joy of saving money with the Burnley Building Society. And I still can’t believe that sentence is factually correct. https://t.co/YsJBnkrBFx
— Jim Waterson (@jimwaterson) March 24, 2018
ACE OF SPADES on an ACTUAL FUCKING SPADE!!!! ?? pic.twitter.com/JaXyyBsnAD
— Vintage Heavy Metal (@HeavyFknMetal) March 22, 2018
When Suicide started playing gigs again in the late 90s, a bit of the old magic had departed. pic.twitter.com/hOTM5qKLP3
— frozen reeds (@frozenreeds) March 20, 2018