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Koch Brothers And Rolling Stone Have At It In Epic War Of ‘He Said … He Said’

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The Koch Brothers and Rolling Stone have squared off, the former accusing the latter of biased, preordained reporting in an article by a reporter named Tim Dickinson that is critical of Koch Industries. Dickinson, meanwhile, says poppycock, his reporting is very much based on facts and that Koch Industries is clearly horrible and evil. Show More Summary

Koch brothers freak out in response to Rolling Stone expose

David Koch, not holding up well under scrutiny. Tim Dickinson's fantastic expose of the Koch brothers in the latest issue of Rolling Stone has gotten plenty of attention. For very good reason: it's a well-sourced, deep dive into the very toxic—literally toxic—business that earned the Kochs enough money to buy up an entire political party. Show More Summary

VIDEO: Orchestra Of Spheres’ “2,000,000 Years”

The Rolling Stones once did a song called “2000 Light Years From Home” and almost a decade later, Kiss offered “100,000 Years”. Orchestra Of Spheres have not been the only band to cover a song with a timely theme but they’ve done so with “2,000,000 Years”, which is an intense amount of time to fear […]

Live From New York: 10 Things We Learned From James Franco's 'SNL' Doc

The following article is provided by Rolling Stone. By JENNA SCHERER December 2008 was a long time ago: George W. Bush was languishing in the last days of his presidency; the Great Recession had only just gotten underway; and a young fella named James Franco was putting together his second-ever short-film project for his filmmaking degree at NYU. Show More Summary

Live From New York: 10 Things We Learned From James Franco's 'SNL' Doc

The following article is provided by Rolling Stone. By JENNA SCHERER December 2008 was a long time ago: George W. Bush was languishing in the last days of his presidency; the Great Recession had only just gotten underway; and a young fella named James Franco was putting together his second-ever short-film project for his filmmaking degree at NYU. Show More Summary

Rock History Update

At The Telegraph: The very unusual story of Genesis. No wonder I stuck with the more sedate groups like The Rolling Stones.

Kanye West Literally Thinks His Music Can Heal The Sick

You have to admire Kanye West’s dedication to the whole Jesus metaphor. It’s gone way past a nickname and appearing on the cover of Rolling Stone in a thorny crown the way that teenage girls at Coachella wear flower garlands. He’s now performing full blown miracles on his loyal followers. Well, just the ones that [...]Show More Summary

On the Cover of the Rolling Stone

(John Hinderaker) Rolling Stone has declined badly since the days when it employed P.J. O’Rourke as its foreign correspondent. The magazine falls a little farther with this month’s issue, which features the most uninspired hit piece on Koch Industries yet to appear in print. Show More Summary

Laura Marling Covers Bob Dylan’s “Like a Rolling Stone”

With her friend Eddie Berman, for his upcoming LP Polyhymnia. Read more articles like "Laura Marling Covers Bob Dylan’s “Like a Rolling Stone”" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing. The post Laura Marling Covers Bob Dylan’s “Like a Rolling Stone” appeared first on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing.

Lincoln Jesser – Rolling Stones

Clear out your living rooms. You're going to need plenty of space to dance to Lincoln Jesser's latest track "Rolling Stones."

What’s Up Wednesday 9/24

Hey, Atlanta! We hope you’re having an amazing Wednesday! Here are a couple of shows to make your Wednesday even more amazing!   Michael Martin Murphey at Eddie’s Attic In the early 1970s, Rolling Stone Magazine called Michael Martin Murphey “one of the best songwriters in America.” Since that time, Murphey has left an indelible […]

Apple cleverly advertises actual iPhone 6 and 6 Plus sizes in Rolling Stone Magazine

Apple's current marketing campaign for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus is focusing on the sizes of the new handsets, which are larger than earlier iPhone models. To help consumers get a feel for the size of the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, Apple is cleverly...

Apple using 'actual size' print adverts to promote the iPhone 6

Apple has launched the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus and its telling the world, in part, through an interesting advert in Rolling Stone magazine. The ad sees Apple use actual size shots of the new iPhones to represent just how large these smartphones are. Show More Summary

Heidi Klum, Eva Green and More Inside “FUCK YU” Book by Rankin

Fashion photographer Rankin releases FCK YU, a hardcover coffee table book of portraits taken himself of the most familiar and famous faces giving the finger. Heidi Klum, The Rolling Stones, Rihanna, Eva Green, Robert Downey Jr. and more are captured… Heidi Klum, Eva Green and More Inside “FUCK YU” Book by Rankin is a post by Elaine YJ Lee on Selectism.

New Apple Print Ad Shows Off iPhone 6 and 6 Plus 'Actual Sizes'

Apple has begun rolling out a new print ad on the back of magazines like Rolling Stone showing off how big the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are compared to older iPhone models, as noticed by The Mac Observer. The ad simply depictsShow More Summary

Andre 3000 Talks Outkast Biopic, Studying Jimi Hendrix and Snagglepuss

The following article is provided by Rolling Stone. By STEVE APPLEFORD Rapper Andre Benjamin worked obsessively on his startling portrayal of Jimi Hendrix in the new film "Jimi: All Is By My Side," and he already has ideas about a potential biopic for his group Outkast. Show More Summary

Newswire: There’s probably going to be a new Replacements record

The Replacements are probably making a new record—at least, that’s what Rolling Stone seems to believe. The magazine is reporting that the group has written a handful of new songs—including one called “Are You In It For The Money”—and...Show More Summary

The Replacements will "likely" record a new album

The Replacements in Forest Hills last week (more by PSquared) In a recent Rolling Stone article titled The Replacements: The Greatest Band That Never Was, it was revealed that the band say it's "likely" they'll make a new album. An....

The Prince Who Built the Rolling Stones' Financial Empire

Laurie Dieffembacq/Belga Photos/Getty ImagesMick Jagger of the Rolling Stones In the summer of 1968, the Rolling Stones were in financial trouble. Between an onerous (some would say unethical) contract with manager Allan Klein and a set of draconian U.K. Show More Summary

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