Songs in the Key of X presents one episode with more than five songs about numbers. There may be math involved, but it’s fuzzy at best.
For 30 years, Andy Burns has known who Laurie Anderson is. Now he gets to hear her in person.
When it came time to put together my list of favourite albums of the 2010s, I went with exactly that – my faves.
Every year when we do our Holiday Gift Guide we make sure to throw some prog rock into the mix. This year is no exception.
In Episode 65, Wendy Sheridan speaks with Professor David S. Schwartz about the two centuries-old Supreme Court case, McCulloch v. Maryland.
No combination of comics and rock and roll has proved more exciting, more perfect than the story of David Bowie and the artistry of Michael Allred.
Undiscovered Country from Charles Soule and Scott Snyder arrives and is deserves all the hype.
Learn the secrets of Halloween haunts and spend some time in the court of the Crimson King on this episode of the Leftscape.
What happens when not-so-scary songs are used in horror movies? They end up on an episode of Songs in the Key of X, of course!
Music lovers will want to hear this interview with emospacebird, an artist who is coming into her own, on this week’s installment of The Leftscape.
Songs in the Key of X is a year old! Celebrate with us by listening to Jeffery X Martin count down the five creepiest songs ever to get radio play!
Stand and deliver! Julie Finley perspired her way through an Adam Ant show and she has the words, pictures, and sweat-stained shirt to prove it.