Heaven knows Morrissey will be miserable now until forever. And in the name of his infinite sadness we say take a drink. You know what, just keep ‘em coming and hope we have enough booze to cover Moz’s entire 30-year career.
Decades and decades on, three things are still certain: death, taxes and long, interesting Morrissey song titles. The 12-song album will be released in July.
In an interview with Brooklyn Vegan, Marr talked about the likelihood of putting pen to paper and telling his side of the Smiths storied history. Turns out it’s pretty much a done deal.
Like most things in his life these days, Morrissey’s autobiography, Autobiography, has been a struggle. Not only has he been talking about it for years, the book was due out last month
As Pete Seeger once said, “The right song at the right time can change history.” But what does history do when the right song comes at the wrong time?
Don’t bother making a mix of mushy songs for your lover this Valentines Day. As we perused the annals of rock we realized there’s a myriad of music with a slightly different approach to displaying one’s affection.
Just in time for the holidays, we’re offering brief takes on some of 2012′s best books for music fans. THE BOOK: 101 Essential Rock Records AUTHOR: Jeff Gold, plus essays and “as-told-to” contributions from David […]
“I swear, after this song, I’m taking a f******* vacation,” Katy Perry told the world after she collected an award for Artist of the Year at the NARM Music Awards last week. She’s pushing out […]
Twenty eight years ago today, in a little club in Manchester, a band that would change the face of pop music took to the stage for the first ever time. To celebrate the birth of […]
[lastfm]Morrissey[/lastfm] is planning to release a remastered version of his 1988 hit song “Everyday Is Like Sunday” on September 26. The track originally reached number nine on the U.K. singles chart and is one of […]