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Morrissey Denies Asking Security Guard To Hurt Fansite Webmaster

Earlier today, we reported that Morriseey’s former bodyguard, Bradley Steyn, had filed a lawsuit claiming that he was fired after refusing the singer’s request to “hurt” or “[get] rid of” the administrator of fan site Morrissey-solo.com. Now, Moz has released a statement, calling Steyn’s accusation “a vexatious lie.” (“A Vexatious Lie” would be a great [...]



Mixtape Of The Week: Zuse Plugged

The definition of “mixtape” has changed a lot over the years, especially when it comes to single-artist projects. Mixtapes were once, of course, actual cassettes, documents of DJ mixes, sometimes with exclusives or freestyles thrown in. By the time I started paying attention to them, mixtapes were ways for established rappers to keep their names [...]



The Black Market: The Month In Metal – July 2014

If you watch MTV’s Catfish — and admit it, you do — you’ve surely experienced a particular reaction to each episode’s respective narrative as it unfolds, usually during the initial interview segment of the “investigation”: How on Earth does the person being catfished not realize he is being catfished? How does a person become so [...]



How to Make GarageBand Work with Your Plug-ins – Even Though Apple Hid Them

GarageBand is a pretty amazing no-cost tool. You get a solid, reliable production app built on the same framework as Logic. It has loads of built-in sounds – instruments and loops. It has easy-to use but capable editing, complete with notation view. There’s now a virtual Drummer which can be fun for sketching out song … Continue →

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