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Check out what went down in Copenhagen in our newest edition!
We got the crew together and headed down to Brixton Academy in London to hang out with UK metal phenomenon, Bring Me The Horizon. The band is charging through their European headline tour as we speak and we thought they might need some Crusher headphones to listen to on the bus.
When we heard Tegan and Sara were coming to Zurich, we jumped at the chance to check them out, live and in-person. We packed down some headphones and hit the road for Komplex 457. We’re happy to report that the identical twin duo did not disappoint. They were confident, took the stage with a calm demeanor, and yet didn’t fall into the trap of a played-out routine. Their interaction with the audience was genuine, and you could see they honestly cared about their fans.
Frank Turner, his new album “Tape Deck Heart” and the single “Recovery” are currently advertised as the “newest discovery from England.” Frank is anything but a newcomer though. He has been making music for the past 15 years, first with his hardcore band “Million Dead” and now as the Acoustic/Folkpunk singer with his backing band “The Sleeping Souls.”
Skullcandy Snow team rider Blair Mckinney’s full part in Jibberish Volume 2 from Snowboard Magazine is out, and dude’s a straight beast. Check it out and get stoked for winter…