It’s songs by bands with initials for names (difficulty: no R.E.M.) on this week’s ‘Songs in the Key of X.’ What obscurities will X pull out this week?
Let Jeffery X Martin help you wrap your brain around the bent, dissonant music of Failure in this week’s ‘Songs in the Key of X.’
Be a homebody and listen to five songs about home, and the things you have to do at home, on this week’s episode of ‘Songs in the Key of X.’
Two episodes and a bonus from the Leftscape this time. as the co-hosts discuss the female Democratic Presidential candidates and Robin Renée interviews musician Gary Wilson.
If it’s summer where you are, then this episode of Songs in the Key of X is for you. If it’s not summer in your area, then listen to this show anyway!
1977 may have been the best year ever, and Jeffery X Martin celebrates some of the music from that year in this week’s Songs in the Key of X.
When your name becomes the name of your band, then you’ve created a name band name! Songs in the Key of X has five songs from those bands with the names.
‘Songs in the Key of X’ dives into the world of British heavy metal with Jeffery X Martin’s five favorite songs by Iron Maiden.
Put some petrol in your earholes as this week’s Songs in the Key of X explores the musical world of songs about gasoline.
Every Yes show I see is different. And I’ve seen a lot of them. Eighteen, to be exact. And last night’s performance as part of The Royal Affair tour at Toronto’s Budweiser Stage was no different.
Robert Dean Lurie thoughtfully examines the college rock roots of R.E.M. in his book, ‘Begin the Begin: R.E.M.’s Early Years.’
‘Songs in the Key of X’ celebrates its host’s birthday by playing five of Jeffery X Martin’s favorite songs. It’s not even his birthday. Go figure.