Earlier this week, the New York Times published an article in their Home section (titled “License To Grill”) about the Beastie Boys’ Mike Diamond’s (bka Mike D) Brooklyn townhouse.The article included a gallery of photos displaying quite the fancy digs, as Mike D discussed getting his place renovated with a “reno-architecture budget” of “under $500,000”.
The legacy of Jimi Hendrix has long outlived his 27 years on earth. Releasing only three projects plus a live album, Hendrix is the most lauded guitar player in music history. Since his death in 1970, more than 10 posthumous Hendrix albums have been released, alongside accolades including an induction into the Rocking Roll Hall of […]
The 25-year (and still going) existence of seminal rap crew Public Enemy and their relevancy in today’s crowded market serves as a testament to front man Chuck D’s insistence to keep up with current trends and not fading away. Although not as sonically linked, pioneering rap quintet of Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, the late Eazy-E, MC […]