wpostServer: http://css.washingtonpost.com/wpost2

Most Read: Entertainment

Trove link goes here
Click Track
Post Rock Archive |  About the Bloggers |  E-mail: Click Track |  On Twitter: Click Track  |  RSS Feeds RSS
Posted at 10:11 AM ET, 11/16/2011

Mac Miller tops charts; Heavy D autopsy inconclusive; Clash bassist goes undercover for Greenpeace


Mac Miller scores the first independent No. 1 album since 1995. (Courtesy of Rostram Records)
- Mac Miller will debut at the top of the Billboard charts with his debut album, “Blue Slide Park,” which sold just under 150,000 copies in its first week. It’s quite an achievement for the 19-year-old Pittsburgh rapper as “Blue Slide Park” becomes the first independently distributed album to hit No. 1 since “Tha Dogg Pound” in 1995. Miller performs at Fillmore Silver Spring on Dec. 1.

- Autopsy results for rapper Heavy D were inconclusive and it could take several more weeks to determine the cause of death.

- Paul Simonon, bassist for punk legends the Clash, revealed that he was arrested earlier this year while working undercover for Greenpeace. He posed as a cook while protesting an oil rig. Punk rock activism!

- Laura Kennedy, original bassist for New York No Wave band Bush Tetras passed away on Monday. Listen to the band’s classic “Too Many Creeps” below.

Bush Tetras - Too Many Creeps from Anna at ROIR on Vimeo.

By  |  10:11 AM ET, 11/16/2011

Categories:  Morning click | Tags:  Mac Miller, Heavy D, The Clash

 
Read what others are saying
     

    © 2011 The Washington Post Company