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Friday, September 13, 2019
Spotlight on R.E.M.
R.E.M. photo by Anton Corbijn, courtesy Warner Bros. R.E.M. Select Discography • Reckoning EP (I.R.S. Records, 1982) • Murmur (I.R...
Archive Review: Webb Wilder's About Time (2006)
It’s been nearly nine years since Webb Wilder last came ’round these parts with a new phonograph recording and we’ve all been that much p...
Archive Review: Gary Moore's Live At the Marquee (2002)
One of British rock’s greatest secret weapons, Gary Moore has never received the attention or props that he deserves as one of the Emeral...
Friday, September 6, 2019
Archive Review: Eric Gales' That What I Am (2001)
Like most African-American guitarists who dare to cross over onto rock ‘n’ roll turf, Eric Gales has suffered from comparisons to guitar ...
Sunday, September 1, 2019
New Music Monthly: September 2019 Releases
We’re finishing up Q3 of 2019 and, from a business perspective, the label levees are about to open as they flood your local record store wit...
New Book: Fossils, Relics of the Classic Rock Era v2
Back in the day, record labels didn’t have a network of blogs, artist websites, and social media to help market new music. They only had ...
Monday, August 26, 2019
Archive Review: Dead Kennedys' Give Me Convenience OR Give Me Death (1987/2001)
Although often overshadowed by legendary outfits like Black Flag, X or the Misfits, the Dead Kennedys were arguably one of the most impor...
Monday, August 19, 2019
Archive Review: The Buzzcocks' Flat-Pack Philosophy (2006)
Never as nihilist as the Sex Pistols, nor social realists like the Clash, the Buzzcocks ’ immense reputation was built on the band’s appro...
Monday, August 12, 2019
Archive Review: The Distillers' Sing Sing Death House (2002)
Contrary to what many people believe, punk is as much a philosophy as it is an attitude. Fashion doesn’t really have shit to do with it, ‘...
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