Meltdown: Live In Mexico showcases the 8-headed beast that this iteration of King Crimson has been playing as for the last few years.
Cherry Red’s ‘Losing Touch with My Mind’ is a sprawling three-disc set featuring some of the best (and worst) of British psychedelia from the late 80s.
‘You Won’t Get What You Want,’ the newest album from the Providence band, Daughters, is a challenging yet rewarding trip into the abyss.
Yes Featuring ARW has put out Live At The Apollo, which finds Anderson, Rabin, and Wakeman delivering a spectacular show that feels fresh and reinvigorated.
Among family, friends, and his many acquaintances, Thompson T. Egbo-Egbo is known for his infectiously positive spirit, his playful hijinks, and a smile that absolutely lights up a room.
Even if you’ve never heard the name “Zola Jesus” you’ve definitely heard the music of Nika Roza Danilova. It’s been used on several high-profile TV shows including Skins, Grey’s Anatomy, … Continue reading Zola Jesus Frees Herself from Constraints on ‘Okovi’
Cheap Trick’s new album We’re All Allright is outstanding, veering from heavy to hooky to raunchy to sublime and many points in between.
Best known as the bassist and guitarist of A Place To Bury Strangers for the last few years, Dion Lunadon was recently struck with a “neurotic impulse” to record a … Continue reading Dion Lunadon’s Solo Album Will Blow Out Your Earholes
If you had the opportunity to catch Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band on their triumphant Wrecking Ball Tour in 2012/2013, you’ll recall that one of the show’s highlights … Continue reading Back To The Future: Bruce Springsteen’s High Hopes Reviewed
I’ve been hunting down records for years now and am stunned at the endless supply of amazing and sometimes forgotten music that’s still out there. You need to hear this … Continue reading Guest DJ Jae’s Stash of Wax – Long Weekend Listening
Last year, my album of the summer belong to The Beach Boys’ and their reunion album, That’s Why God Made The Radio. It was this great mix of upbeat surfin’ … Continue reading Summer Listening With Fitz and the Tantrums’ More Than Just A Dream
My first introduction to The Flaming Lips, like a lot of folks, was their critically acclaimed 1999 album The Soft Parade. Problem was, while everybody else loved it, I didn’t. … Continue reading Nothing Terrible About The Flaming Lips’ The Terror