Songs in the Key of X, Episode 37: The Gasoline Show

Put some petrol in your earholes as this week’s Songs in the Key of X explores the musical world of songs about gasoline.

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Songs in the Key of X, Episode 26: Monsters

Jeffery X Martin presents his five favorite songs about hidden monsters in the latest installment of ‘Songs in the Key of X.’

The Week In Horror: ‘The Toxic Avenger,’ Jason Voorhees, Bay Area Metal

In ‘The Week in Horror,’ Toxie gets a makeover, clear some more shelf room for Jason Voorhees, and San Francisco thrash takes the spotlight.

31 Days Of Horror 2013 – Metallica: Through The Never Review

It’s October – our favourite month here at Biff Bam Pop, which we celebrate with our annual 31 Days Of Horror event. Over the course of the next 31 days, … Continue reading 31 Days Of Horror 2013 – Metallica: Through The Never Review

Are You In The Club? How Some Rock n Roll Fan Clubs Reward Fan Loyalty

Last week’s new releases left me feeling completely uninspired, so instead I decided to take a look at the lengths some bands will go to make their fans feel special. … Continue reading Are You In The Club? How Some Rock n Roll Fan Clubs Reward Fan Loyalty

March Madness – Happy 70th Birthday, Lou Reed

When it comes to songwriters, they don’t get better than Lou Reed. The King of New York. The Godfather of Punk. Now, I’m sure there’s a fair number of folks … Continue reading March Madness – Happy 70th Birthday, Lou Reed

Now Hear This: Metallica’s Orion Music + More Festival

A couple of days ago one my old friends from high school posted on Facebook about buying tickets to Metallica’s two-night Orion Music + More Festival in Atlantic City. I … Continue reading Now Hear This: Metallica’s Orion Music + More Festival

Biff Bam Pop’s Best of 2011 – Prog Rock, Hair Metal, Folk and More Make For An Eclectic Year

All this week, Biff Bam Pop’s various writers will drop by with their thoughts on the best of the year when it comes to tv, music, movies, comics and more. … Continue reading Biff Bam Pop’s Best of 2011 – Prog Rock, Hair Metal, Folk and More Make For An Eclectic Year