Marc Hogan



  • Trevor Bolder

    Trevor Bolder, David Bowie's Spiders From Mars Bassist, Dead at 62

    Trevor Bolder, who played bass in David Bowie's influential Spiders From Mars band and later joined Uriah Heep, has died. As the Guardian reports, Bolder was 62 and suffered from cancer.Bolder took over bass duties for Bowie's backing band in 1971 from Tony Visconti, playing alongside guitarist Mick Ronson. Bolder's work appeared on some of Bowie's best-known albums: Hunky Dory, The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars, the freshly reissued Aladdin Sane, and finally Pin Ups. Bolder was a member of U.K. hard rockers Uriah Heep from 1976 through 2011's Into the Wild, stepping away from the group only in recent months as his health declined.Bowie praised Bolder in a statement on Facebook. "Trevor was a wonderful musician and a major inspiration for whichever band he was working with," the singer said.

  • Phil Buerstatte, White Zombie

    Phil Buerstatte, Former White Zombie Drummer, Dead at 44

    Phil Buerstatte, a former drummer for White Zombie, has died. Paul Schluter, who played with Buerstatte in the Madison, Wisconsin-based metal band Last Crack starting in the late '80s, confirmed the news to SPIN via email.According to Rob Zombie's website, Buerstatte drummed for White Zombie from 1992 to 1994, including the La Sexorcisto tour. He played on "Feed the Gods," from 1994's Airheads soundtrack, along with Black Sabbath cover "Children of the Grave," from 1994 Sabbath tribute album Nativity in Black, and "I Am Hell," from The Beavis and Butt-Head Experience compilation.Other details about the circumstances of Buerstatte's death were unclear. According to Blabbermouth, Buerstatte was 44 years old.

  • She & Him,

    Watch She & Him's Zooey Deschanel-Directed 'I Could've Been Your Girl' Video

    Move over, "Giorgio by Moroder," and make way for Zooey by Deschanel. The She & Him singer-songwriter and star of TV's The New Girl self-directed the video for "I Could've Been Your Girl," from her M. Ward-bolstered band's new album Volume 3. The music is a swaying, polished update on '60s girl-group sounds by way of '00s indie pop — if you like this, also check out Lucky Soul, the Pipettes, or Belle and Sebastian leader Stuart Murdoch's God Help the Girl project — and the fairly charming video lets this former theater major showcase her love of classic Broadway dance routines. It's musical time travel, Hello Giggles-style, and if you've read this far that probably means it's your style, too.

  • Eminem, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg

    Eminem to Fake Slim Shady Mark Zuckerberg: 'Please Lawyer Up'

    After the movie The Social Network and extensive profiles in magazines like the New Yorker, you might've thought you knew all there was to know about Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. Last month, though, tech blogs such as Gizmodo reported the discovery of what appeared to be a teenage Zuckerberg's 1999 website. Here's how the "About Me" page starts: "Hi, my name is... Slim Shady. No, really, my name is Slim Shady."Zuckerberg's youthful Eminem stan-dom has now come back as evidence in a copyright-infringement lawsuit filed against Facebook by the real Slim Shady's music publisher, Eight Mile Style. As posted by the Hollywood Reporter, the lawsuit claims a Facebook ad wrongfully used music "substantially similar" to the track "Under the Influence," off of hugely successful 2000 album The Marshall Mathers LP.

  • Chief Keef, mugshot

    Chief Keef Arrested Near Atlanta for Disorderly Conduct

    Chief Keef has once again run afoul of the authorities. As the Chicago Sun-Times reports, the Chicago rapper was arrested near Atlanta yesterday on a charge of disorderly conduct.The 17-year-old MC spent from about 4:30 p.m. yesterday to 3:41 a.m. this morning in a Dekalb County jail, after being arrested in the northern Atlanta suburb of Dunwoody, Georgia, official records reportedly show. Dunwoody police wouldn't comment to the Sun Times on what the rapper, whose real name is Keith Cozart, is specifically accused of doing wrong. Cozart's Chicago lawyer told the paper this morning he was unaware of the arrest.Chief Keef released his SPIN Essential major-label debut album Finally Rich in December. He got out of juvenile detention in mid-March, after serving a two-month sentence for violating his probation from a previous gun conviction.

  • The Baptist Generals / Photo by Peter Salisbury

    Watch the Baptist Generals' Touching 'Dog That Bit You' Video

    The Baptist Generals' first album since 2003's deeply affecting, folk- and country-kissed indie-rock sleeper No Silver/No Gold is out today. "Dog That Bit You," a searing, word-wise strummer from brand-new Sub Pop release Jackleg Devotional to the Heart now has a video that suits its off-kilter pathos. Directed by band member Jason Reimer, the clip shows a day in the life of a lonely misfit who happens to have an animal's face. "This one's written like a comedy," songwriter Chris Flemmons sings. As fans of tourmates the Mountain Goats might attest, it's the hint of underlying tragedy here that gives the comedy heft. This dog bites hard.

  • Beyonce,

    Hear Beyonce's Allegedly Full, Thrilling 'Grown Woman' Leak

    "The news is worse than blogs," Hot 97 quoted Jay-Z as saying yesterday, but he's misunderstanding that when scoop-starved reporters can't get information from official sources — say, him or his wife Beyoncé — then the news has always turned to less-reliable third parties. "People with knowledge of the situation." "Sources familiar with the matter." Beyoncé's Timbaland-produced "Grown Woman," co-written by the-Dream, has been floating around since a snippet premiered in a Pepsi ad, and she has performed it live. A purportedly full, leaked version surfaced online last night, and the SoundCloud has already been taken down; the Internet being what it is, a copy is on YouTube for now.

  • Jay-Z, Beyonce

    Jay-Z Denies Beyonce Pregnancy: 'The News Is Worse Than Blogs'

    Babyoncé confusion reigns! On Friday, E! News reported that Beyoncé and Jay-Z were expecting their second child citing multiple trustworthy sources. The report appeared to confirm rumors that had been building in the less-confirmation-dependent zone of the Internet ever since Queen B wore a dress cinched high above her waist at a New York gala earlier this month. The speculation accelerated when Mrs. Knowles-Carter canceled a May 14 show in Belgium citing dehydration and exhaustion. The only problem: According to Hot 97, Jay-Z has denied reports that he and Beyoncé are expecting a second child. The New York radio station reported this morning that Jay, responding to a congratulatory e-mail, wrote back: "It's not true.

  • The Lonely Island,

    The Lonely Island Make It Rain 'Diaper Money' in 'Wack' Video

    If you don't listen to much rap music and think most of it consists of self-serious boasting about wealth, and if you think the old-fashioned image of married women as frigid and sexless is inherently funny, then the Lonely Island's new video must be hilarious. "Diaper Money," the latest track from star-studded June 11 record The Wack Album, proclaims that it's on some "grown-ass man shit." But from our observations, grown-ass men tend to have it pretty good, relatively speaking, and the best rap songs boasting about wealth are actually a lot funnier than this (see Tyga's "Rack City," which contains the line, "Got your grandma on my dick").The video is a literal take on the song's lyrics about diapers, "wife pussy," and grave plots.

  • 'The Voice,' Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera, Cee Lo

    Cee Lo and Christina Aguilera Are Officially Returning to 'The Voice'

    Last week we heard it from Carson Daly's inexplicably valuable mouth, and now comes word from within 30 Rock itself: Christina Aguilera is coming back to NBC's The Voice. But that's not all. Cee Lo will be back, too, reuniting with Blake Shelton and Adam Levine to restore the show's original coaching lineup, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Daly will stay on as host.Aguilera and Cee Lo will return for the show's fifth season, or "cycle" in NBC executive-speak, reflecting that TV shows' seasons aren't as long as they once were. Aguilera's replacement, Shakira, and Cee Lo's successor, Usher, won't stay gone for long, though. They'll be back for the show's sixth cycle, which will start after the network's coverage of the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochia, Russia.The Voice's current season ends June 18.

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