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Team Sleep And Deftones' Chino Moreno On The Dangerous Thrill Of Live Albums

Team Sleep, Deftones' Chino Moreno's dreamy electronic side-project, release 'Woodstock Sessions Vol. 4' on July 10 - their first official album in a decade. Recorded in front of a audience at Applehead Studios in Woodstock, New York, it's a live album with a twist. We caught up with Moreno to hear about why live albums matter. Be sure to also check out a brand new song from the record, 'Ever (Foreign Flag)', premiered at the bottom of the page.

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How I Made The Libertines' Hedonistic New Video And Artwork, By Longterm Collaborator Roger Sargent

Over the years, Roger Sargent has documented more on The Libertines than any other person. From early gig photography to shooting the picture that adorned their self-titled second album, to making celebrated reunion documentary There Are No Innocent Bystanders to compiling the video footage that introduced their recent shows, Sargent has been there almost every step of the way. Now, Sargent is the aesthetic brain behind the video for comeback track 'Gunga Din' and the artwork for forthcoming LP 'Anthems For Doomed Youth'. Here, he talks through the making of both.

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The Killers’ Ronnie Vanucci On The New Big Talk Album And Marrying Iggy Azalea

It takes two phone calls and some negotiating before The Killers’ class clown, Ronnie Vannucci Jr, reveals the name of his forthcoming second album as Big Talk. “It deserves a full page,” he says, derailing conversation. “It's that good.” Speaking a week later at rehearsals in California, he procrastinates again. “Are you sure you're sat down for this?” He inhales. “Wait, what do you think it should be called?”

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