We spoke with British singer-songwriter Joan Armatrading about her new album Not Too Far Away, featuring the empowering anthem “No More Pain” and her other lyrical masterpieces, and reflect on songs from the ‘70s and ‘80s from her A&M years. …
An indie spotlight on Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Jessie Kilguss to Americana’s Mammals.
The HBO documentary provides an Elvis for the 21st Century with soundtrack sets (with film score by Pearl Jam’s Mike McCready) that deliver the same impact.
This month’s podcast focuses on John Brennan’s desire to collect and the stories behind his autographs. Starting this week, much of Brennan’s autograph collection will be auctioned off.
We celebrate Mother’s Day in the U.S., looking back at the 50th anniversary of Mary Hopkin’s debut single on Apple, “Those Were the Days,” with her daughter Jessica Lee Morgan, and explore music from both mother and daughter.
Win a copy of “Playing Chess” on vinyl, featuring 11 covers from the classic Chess label, and read an interview with singer Elise LeGrow.
Released in 1976, ‘Faithful’ was Todd Rundgren’s tribute album to a golden era of rock ‘n’ roll.
Goldmine’s annual interview with Record Store Day co-founder Michael Kurtz (it’s become a Goldmine tradition by now!). Michael gave us an inside look into Record Store Day 2018 and shares his feelings on last year’s 10-year anniversary celebration.
Drummer Mickey Hart is adamant about continuing the Dead’s high level of musicianship.
The question is not “why is there so much bad music out there?” The question is, “why has so much of it made its way into your record collection?”