Reviews of albums, DVDs and books from the January 2016 issue of Goldmine.
Varèse Sarabande announces three soundtrack album releases for Record Store Day on April 16: “John Wick,” How To Train Your Dragon” and the classic television series Dark Shadows.
The Rolling Stones’ EXHIBITIONISM premiered at London’s Saatchi Gallery on April 6, 2016, and will run until September 2016. It is one of the most comprehensive insights into ‘The World’s Greatest Rock ‘N’ Roll Band.’
Orange Records has a very good selection of new vinyl, maybe one of the best in the Fargo area.
Get ready for upcoming records shows and events, including the New Haven Record Riot on April 3 and the Pittsburgh Record Convention on April 30.
On March 10, the music world lost the very talented keyboardist, Keith Emerson. Goldmine’s Warren Kurtz gives a Fabulous Flip Sides tribute to Emerson and one of his favorite musical pieces.
Warner Bros. and Goldmine have partnered to give away a Phil Collins’ “Take A Look At Me Now” CD box set as part of the artist’s 2016 retrospective campaign.
On Tuesday, March 8th, Record Store Day held a press conference to celebrate record stores and the launch of the 2016 Official Release list at Electric Lady Studios.
Actor/director Colin Hanks talks about his documentary on record chain, Tower Records: “All Things Must Pass: The Rise and Fall of Tower Records.”
Lanark Records, one of the greatest roots record labels around, has put together a cool album giveaway for Goldmine.