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)

- 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.

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