Currently ringing tills with latest release 'Coinstar Song', eclectic crossover punk-rapper Juiceboxxx has had a busy 2019. Not that he hasn't had time to stop for a Nando's, as he tells us in this exclusive chat. We caught up with Juice to talk the inspirations, making videos, and chicken options.
Have you ever been to a rock club and thought, "could this music be any louder?" Normally, if the establishment you are frequenting is worth its salt, you won't be able to hear yourself think, let alone strike up a conversation with friends.
The Magnettes new single 'Shakes (Falling in Love)' follows the ‘out with your best friends on a Saturday night’ dance floor smash 'Kimnkanye' and is an unapologetic roaring anthem about passionate love. As the band explains: ”It’s about gushing love and heaving lungs, kisses in the rain and all that fun stuff we don’t really have time for anymore." We caught up with the duo to get the lowdown on what's happening in their world.
Two Door Cinema Club has launched a new album, that shouldn’t be bigger news than it actually is. Not because they are not a big band, because they are, but the real news is what they’ve released and its repercussion in their audience.
Gaming isn’t the most common topic for rock songs, perhaps a surprise given the prominence of different types of game in society. When it does pop up, it’s often in the form of references to cards and table games. Motorhead’s ‘Ace of Spades’, Bruce Springsteen’s ‘Roll of the Dice’ and, of course, Kenny Rogers’ ‘The Gambler’ are just three of the many songs that refer to casino staples.
Below is a celebration of three songs that find their inspiration in unusual places and focus on alternative forms of gaming.