2019 has arrived, and this installment of ‘Songs in the Key of X’ invites you to celebrate as Jeffery X Martin counts down his favorite New Years songs.
A brief appreciation of U2: Rattle and Hum, which turned 30 years old this weekend, and presented the band on tour supporting The Joshua Tree.
Anyone who knows me knows that I am a huge Alice Cooper fan, from the time I raided my big brother’s room and absconded with his Alice Cooper Goes to … Continue reading Loretta Sisco on Alice Cooper’s Paranormal
Not counting last year’s “Ordinary Love” from the Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom film and this year’s “Invisible” for Product Red, it’s been five years since we last heard from … Continue reading A Rock ‘N’ Roll Crucible: U2–Songs Of Innocence (2014) Reviewed
Biff Bam Pop! presents The GAR! Podcast, the Glenn Walker and Ray Cornwall weekly podcast where they talk unrehearsed about whatever happens to come to mind. It’s a nerd exploration … Continue reading The GAR! Podcast: Crazy Chick Mount Rushmore
Alright, alright, alright. I’m going to say it, the Oscars were Fun this year. Yes, with a capital F. Although I like them even when they’re James-Franco-bad so my view … Continue reading Leiki Veskimets’ 2014 Oscars Roundup
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
Alright, music fans. Yesterday we gave you the lowdown on a couple essential rock DVD’s that are perfect holiday gifts for the classic rock fan in your life. And you … Continue reading Biff Bam Pop’s Holiday Gift Guide Day 8 – Super Deluxe Editions of The Who’s Quadrophenia and U2’s Achtung Baby
Last week I said I wouldn’t be reviewing any compilations or greatest hits releases as part of the RDIO column, but after listening to U2’s incredible reissue celebrating the 20th … Continue reading The Beach Boys & U2 Deliver Timeless Classics With 45 Years Of History Between Them In This Week’s RDIO Cure With Perry Schwartz
I love creating these lists but they do stress me out. It’s inevitable that I’ll miss listening to or completely forgetting about certain albums but that’s not necessarily something than … Continue reading JP’s Top 5 Albums of 2009