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Random Thoughts: Free music from Public Enemy, Green Jello returns

Jeff Miers

Public Enemy

Dropped a free album through Bandcamp. It has the fire, and then some.


10,000 fans gathered at Canalside to honor one of Canada's greatest bands. Impressive.

Green Jello

Kenmore's kings of punk humor play Mohawk Place July 7.

Adam Clayton

U2 bassist comes clean with inspiring speech on his struggles with alcoholism. Brave.

Neil Young

Drops an ode to American resistance in Trump era on the 4th of July.

The Doors

Surviving members issue cease & desist to Jenner sisters for using band logo in T-shirt design.

St. Vincent

New single "New York" is a sublime tear-jerker.

No I.D.

His production on the new Jay-Z album is stellar.

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