When The Who stopped in Cleveland on their latest tour, it was more than just a concert for Julie Finley: it was a family tradition.
Listen to the Seventies come to a grinding halt as ‘Songs in the Key of X’ visits the dystopian musical visions within the music of 1979.
Rob Zombie Week rolls on as ‘Songs in the Key of X’ digs through the ditches and finds Jeffery X Martin’s five favorite Rob Zombie songs.
How can you create a show about September songs with including Green Day or Earth, Wind, and Fire? Listen to ‘Songs in the Key of X’ and find out!
‘Chicanery,’ the sophomore album from Hesitation Wounds, invites listeners into the pit with distorted power chords and furious lyrics.
Australian rock takes over this week’s Songs in the Key of X, as Jeffery X Martin espouses some of his favorite music from classic Australian bands.
‘We Are Not Your Kind,’ the sixth album from Slipknot, is rich in both experimentation and beautiful frustration, even if it does fall apart at the end.
It’s that week of the month where Songs in the Key of X talks about a year and, this time, it’s Jeffery X Martin’s five favorite songs from 1978!
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.