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SOUNDTRACK SATURDAY • BLADE RUNNER

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…take a little trip through the ethereal plane of reality For this week’s edition of Soundtrack Saturdays, we wanted to take a little trip through the ethereal plane of reality and what better way than to revisit the soothing, space age sounds of Vangelis‘ immortal score to the 1982’s Blade[…]

Desert Island Thursday • Enter The Wu-Tang

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Wu-Tang Clan and their phenomenal first official release, Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) changed the rap game altogether. Aside from the explosion of Alternative, the 1990’s were also important for another genre of music. Rap. By 1993, rap music was on a steady climb to overtaking the airwaves. One of[…]

Metallica • For The Love Of MORE Money

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Metallica is at it again. No, it’s not a new album. No, Death Magnetic only came out in 2008, and if we follow the Metallica standard, we’ll have to wait another 3-5 years for a new album. Metallica is set to release a movie interspersed with concert footage. The movie?[…]

Soundtrack Saturday • Purple Rain

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Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today 2 get through this thing called life. Electric word, life, it means forever and that’s a mighty long time, but I’m here to tell you there’s something else–the afterworld. A world of never ending happiness. U can always see the sun, day or[…]

I Miss The Ramones

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They were brash, crude, street demons with a penchant for putting out the best 3-minute songs for a genre that they alone created. Punk. For the last few days I find myself feeling kind of somber. Why? I miss the Ramones. I miss them all. I miss Joey, Johnny, Dee[…]

Black Sabbath•13

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13 is dark, brutal, and leaves the listener yearning for Satan’s long awaited return. Black Sabbath, indeed. Sticking to what I said in a previous blog about Ozzy Osbourne not being as good as he was in his first two post-Sabbath albums, 13 proves to not be just another Ozzy[…]

In Cameo Culture We Trust

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Sometimes, I feel like dancing. That’s right, I downright feel like swaying to the sounds of a good house track. What? Did you think that I was some sort of one-trick pony? Well, you were wrong. If the music can compel me to move along with it, then I’m there;[…]

TUNESday • ALICE IN CHAINS ALBUM REVIEW

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Having risen from the ashes of the Seattle rock scene, and somehow, bouncing back from the loss of their lead singer, Alice In Chains’ 5th studio album (their second with Layne Staley vocal clone, William DuVall), The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here, is actually quite good. (The album was released May[…]

Gotham Rocks Irving Plaza!!

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Saturday, June 8th. Irving Plaza. New York. Gotham Rocks celebrated 5 years of bringing the masses the best of what New York has to offer, and they’ve succeeded yet again. The bands on the bill were: ISPACEWALKSOMETIMES, The Amatory Murder, Machine Elves, Srotakin IV, Brand Of Julez, with mod rockers,[…]

Exclusive Interview with DARREN KING of MUTEMATH

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Sometimes all you have to do is try, folks. We love MUTEMATH here at kilScene.com, but never in my wildest dreams did I ever think we’d be lucky enough to snag an interview with the band, let alone with one of the band’s founding members. You never know what’s possible[…]