LEE-MAREE GALLO Bunbury Mail 04.06.2008
Jay Lustig The Star-Ledger 04.06.2008
Erwin Santiago Pep 04.06.2008
With his stocky build and his thick glasses, Bo Diddley didn't look like a typical rock 'n' roll star. The rectangular-bodied electric guitar he played didn't look like the instruments other rock 'n' rollers played. The beat he favored, which came to be known as the Bo Diddley beat -- three strokes, then a rest, then two more -- was not a typical rock'n'roll rhythm. But Diddley, who died yesterday at age 79, was one of the architects of rock'n'roll, his influence rivaled only by artists such as Chuck Berry, Little Richard and Fats Domino.
Jocelyn Dimaculangan Pep 04.06.2008
Bong Godinez Pep 03.06.2008
Paul Harris The Observer 13.05.2008
Sydney Morning Herald 07.05.2008
The Earth Times 06.05.2008
Bangkok Recorder 05.05.2008
DJ Steve Aoki aka Kid Millionaire has risen from throwing impromptu concerts in his living room while a student at UC Santa Barbara in the late 90’s to become one of the most sought after DJs in the country. Deemed the music tastemaker by those in the know, his ear for music paired with his ability to drop party rocking beats has championed dance floors night after night.
Diane Haithman Chicago Tribune 09.04.2008
HIZREEN KAMAL NST 07.04.2008
MARCH 23, the Ambassador Hotel in Bangkok, Thailand. The hotel’s Convention Centre was the venue for TV3’s reality series Gang Starz’s first audition in the country. But it was disheartening that it was somewhat quiet when the doors opened at 10am for the tryouts to uncover the region’s top vocal groups.
JO PIAZZA and TRACY CONNOR New York Daily News 02.04.2008
BOSTON (AP) - They may be pushing 40, but the New Kids are returning to the block. The boy band New Kids on the Block, which sold 70 million albums in the 1980s and early '90s, has reunited and plans to release a new album and go on tour. The reunion comes 20 years after the release of the group's multiplatinum album, "Hanging Tough."
Manta Klangboonkrong Daily Xpress 17.03.2008
Manta Klangboonkrong Daily Xpress 15.03.2008
The fourth Mosaic Music Festival in Singapore last Thursday saw a phenomenal show by Thailand's indie heroes Moderndog, with a groove that swept through the crowd and got many up on their feet and dancing. But the band mixed up-tempo numbers with slower songs backed by acoustic bass guitar and piano.
Daily Xpress 15.03.2008
BBC News 28.02.2008
Dean Goodman The Vancouver Sun 28.02.2008
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