bass stage


Saturday is for other girls in music.

Rena Lovelis from Hey Violet.

Pics not mine, credits to the owners

AU where the GOM are a band and Kuroko is their sound engineer.  

Aomine is the bassist with an oversized ego, Murasakibara on drums, Midorima on keyboard, Kise is the vocalist/second guitar, and Akashi is lead guitar.  

I figure the aokuro breakup happened in this verse when Aomine kept turning the amp for his bass up on stage so kuroko couldn’t mix properly.  

Seirin is a metal band with KISS style face paint and Riko on vocals.  Kuroko signs on at the same time as they get a new guitarist.


On this day in music history: December 14, 1979 - “London Calling” the third album by The Clash is released in the UK (US release is in January 1980). Produced by Guy Stevens and Mick Jones, it is recorded at Wessex Sound Studios in London from August - September and November 1979. The album demonstrates the bands’ ever widening musical influences and touch on numerous social issues affecting the UK at the time including unemployment, racial conflict and class inequality. The albums’ iconic cover artwork features a photo (taken by photographer Pennie Smith) of bassist Paul Simonon smashing his Fender Precision bass on stage at The Palladium in New York City. The title graphics on the cover pay homage to Elvis Presley’s 1956 debut album which also features the same typography design. The remnants of Simonon’s smashed bass are on display at the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame in Cleveland, OH. It spins off three singles including the classics “Train In Vain (Stand By Me)” (#23 Pop) and the title track. With “Train” being a last minute addition, initial pressings do not list the track on the back of the album or on the labels. Subsequent re-pressings correct this oversight. The album is remastered and reissued on CD in 1999, with original double LP being reissued on 180 gram vinyl in 2013. “London Calling” peaks at number nine on the UK album chart, number twenty seven on the Billboard Top 200, and is certified Platinum in the US by the RIAA.