“Songs in the Key of X’ takes you back to 1971, a weird transition year between psychedelia and three-minute-long pop wonders. Get ready for the gamut!
Jeffery X Martin lives in a secret enclave, protected by wild turkeys and bobcats, somewhere in the Great American South. He is the author of five books, available through Amazon, and the former co-host of the podcast, "Kiss the Goat." He has been previously published on Popshifter and Machine Mean. In his spare time, he enjoys professional wrestling, Italian horror movies, and post-punk janglepop.
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Jeffery X Martin breaks down his favorite songs by Joy Division on this week’s super-happy installment of ‘Songs in the Key of X.’
2019 has arrived, and this installment of ‘Songs in the Key of X’ invites you to celebrate as Jeffery X Martin counts down his favorite New Years songs.
Horror novelist and Biff Bam Pop! contributor, Jeffery X Martin, reveals his favorite pieces of entertainment from the outgoing year, 2018.
Jeffery X Martin has managed to avoid catching a dose of the Christmas Spirit, but he’s put together a Christmas ‘Songs in the Key of X’ anyway.
Constant Readers in the United States and Canada can now download electronic versions of “This Dark Chest of Wonders: 40 Years of Stephen King’s ‘The Stand'”.
Santa Claus takes on a demon from hell in a crazed, racist, colorful drug haze in ‘Santa Claus vs The Devil,’ which you should totally show to your kids