The latest album from pioneering space rock band, Failure, is a heady trip into science fiction and madness that leaves the listener in a bit of a tizzy.
It is the ending of the Age of Aquarius as ‘Songs in the Key of X’ travels back to 1969, and Jeffery X Martin counts down his five favorite songs from that year.
‘You Won’t Get What You Want,’ the newest album from the Providence band, Daughters, is a challenging yet rewarding trip into the abyss.
It’s time for another ‘Songs in the Key of X,’ in which Jeffery X Martin learns that songs about food are almost the same as songs about sex.
Join Jeffery X Martin and his guest, BBP founder and editor-in-chief, Andy Burns, as they geek out about instrumentals by Rush on ‘Songs in the Key of X.’
‘Songs in the Key of X’ returns to discuss the dark glory that is Tears for Fears, and giving you five of their songs to listen and brood through.
Simple Minds brought their tour to Ohio recently and guest writer, photographer Julie Finley, was there to capture it in words and pictures.
This week, Songs in the Key of X discusses and presents five of the greatest tracks written by John Carpenter.
This week, The Leftscape is excited to share an extended interview with Doc Coyle, guitarist for the platinum-selling band Bad Wolves and host of The Ex-Man podcast.
This week’s episode of ‘Songs in the Key of X’ looks at shock rock, where the kids love it, the parents hate it, and the hailing of Satan abounds.
Indie singer/songwriter Rorie Kelly has been compared to Joni Mitchell and Sara Bareilles for her catchy-confessional songwriting style, and to Alanis Morissette and Janis Joplin for her raw powerhouse vocals.
The Leftscape is known for dealing with some challenging issues from time to time, but this is the first episode that has been given an official heads up.