Got You Cover’d Monday • There Ain’t No Grave

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Hello my fellow kilSters and welcome to this week’s installment of Got You Cover’d Monday. For this week we take at Brother Ely‘s classic “There Ain’t No Grave“. Brother Ely was a pentecostal preacher and musician who wrote the song originally in 1934 and it has been covered countless times[…]

Soundtrack Saturday • Hackers

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it sent shock waves around the globe. Who remembers the movie Hackers? That’s fine, because neither do I. About the only things I could remember about Hackers is Angelina Jolie years before she started buying babies on the black market, and, oh yeah, the music. Hackers, like Trainspotting was a[…]

Got You Cover’d Monday • Billie Jean

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Chris Cornell’s version breathed new life into a song that was already great. Michael Jackson circa 1983 could do no wrong. Before the his FBI files became common knowledge and the tales of child abuse became a bleak reality on his memory, Michael Jackson was the embodiment of international superstar.[…]

Local H’s Brian St. Clair Leaving The Band!

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“It’s been great to play with Scott the last 14 years. I’m very proud of my recordings and live performances with Local H. My sincere thanks go out to all the fans for their support over the years. It’s been a great run, but all good things come to an[…]

Soundtrack Saturdays • Dirty Dancing

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everyone knew what you were talking about when you were spouting nonsense about Baby and how nobody puts her in the corner. By the time 1988 rolled around, everyone, and I do mean everyone knew what you were talking about when you were spouting nonsense about Baby and how nobody[…]

Alice In Chains • Lights Up Long Island!!

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The lights came down, and all was quiet… Sunday August 18th, almost didn’t happen for me. One of my favorite bands, Alice In Chains, headlined this year’s Uproar festival, and they played Long Island’s Nikon at Jones Beach Theater yesterday. I was fortunate enough to score a couple discount tickets[…]

Desert Island Thursday • Robbin’ The Hood

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For those buried under a ton of rocks, before there was ever a Sublime with Rome…there was Sublime Today being as sunny as it is, and it being Thursday, that can only mean one thing my fellow kilSters—it’s Desert Island Thursday! For this week’s installment of Desert Island Thursday, I’d[…]


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Candid, funny, and an all around good time, what are you waiting for? A few days before the Machine Elves huge June 8th show at Irving Plaza, kilScene.com had the privilege of sitting down with the boys from Machine Elves for an in-depth interview. We covered everything from who and[…]

Soundtrack Saturday • Trainspotting

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…so too does the music, which rides along on the same wave of said moment. Danny Boyle’s film, Trainspotting, was (is) a fantastic film. Along with being a fantastic film, Trainspotting was also accompanied by even greater soundtracks. That’s right, two volumes of periodic musical awesomeness. Just like the film[…]

Desert Island Thursday • 12 ANGRY MONTHS

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This review is a long time coming and I’m happy that I’ve finally gotten to it. 12 Angry Months is the 6th studio album by the phenomenal two-man group, Local H (Scott Lucas-guitar/bass/vox and Brian St. Clair-drums). If the band sounds somewhat familiar to you, you’ll probably remember them from[…]