“’80s Radical Sabbatical” takes place January 30th.
Rap pioneer is accused of stabbing a homeless man to death.
The festival goes down in just one week’s time, and yet the lineup continues to expand.
The rapper’s family also releases posthumous single called “Nutshell”, produced by J Dilla.
From the model train enthusiast to the ostrich farmer.
Jack White likes taxidermy, Damon Albarn plays ping pong, and Lemmy collects Nazi memorabilia.
The countdown begins.
And it takes place aboard an aircraft carrier!
Robyn, Crystal Castles, & Magnetic Man, too.
Yes, that is indeed Grandmaster Flash in the headline and no, the 51-year-old has not embarked on a new career path in construction. The Bridge is in fact the title of Flash’s forthcoming new studio album, his first high-profile release …