The Beastles: “Ill Submarine” (a Beatles-Beastie Boys Mashup)

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The third outing from DJ BC, following his Let It Beast and The Beastles albums. Ill Submarine contains 20 combines, including "Drive My Car, Thief" and "Do You Want to Know an Intergalactic Secret?" It's dedicated to the memory of Adam "MCA" Rauch. Available on the Beastles Soundcloud page. ... See the Rest

The Beastie Boys: Flashback 1985

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An interview the Beastie Boys did in 1985 with Rocci Fisch for ABC News Radio in Washington, DC, has been animated. And if you thought the Boys were cute in real life, you'll plotz when you see – and hear – how totally adorable they are as cartoons. Topics include opening for Madonna on tour, their "stupid" name, almost being imprisoned for saying ... See the Rest

Street Seen


LA billboards remembering the late Adam Yauch of the Beastie Boys. One on Santa Monica and Vine, the other, by Shepard Fairey, on Fairfax just South of La Brea. ... See the Rest

Celebs React to the News of Adam Yauch’s Death

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E! Online has a list of celebrities tweeting their sadness and giving props to his trailblazing vision: Snoop Dogg: "RIP MCA U are a Legend and a pioneer. #BeastieBoys4life" Travis Barker: "Rest In Peace Adam Yauch /MCA. 4ever somebody i looked up to & had the pleasure of meeting. Damn this bums me out, we lost one of the best" Kevin ... See the Rest

Flashback: Idols


One night back in the 1980s, Star Trek fan Billy Idol flashed the "live long and prosper" sign with the Beastie Boys in what appears to be the Limelight's VIP library in New York City. Seems sadly ironic now. (t/y Louis) ... See the Rest