Genesis Publications iBook version of “Into Tomorrow,” a rich tome covering Paul Weller’s solo years, is a nice alternative to the limited-edition, leather-bound print of the book.
Philip Jeays Take the Slow Train (Irregular Records IRR 104) Across nine albums released since 1999, Philip Jeays has established himself as both the last of the great French-style chansonniers, and the first songwriting genius of the 21st century. Comparisons …
Back in 2002, Guy Clark (who died two days ago) had a lengthy phone conversation with Goldmine’s Bruce Sylvester about songwriting. Here it is.
In part one, Dave Cousins celebrated Strawbs’ on-going US tour with some words about the current band, recent music, and the astonishing revision of their 1974 Hero and Heroine album that lies at the heart of their live set. But …
Arhoolie Records has been sold to Smithsonian Folkways Records.
Gary Numan treated a sold-out crowd at NYC’s Gramercy Theatre to a blistering run through of his landmark 1979 album The Pleasure Principle on Wednesday, May 11th.
Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame continues its induction of many great session musicians who have had significant impact on popular recordings
In part one of Goldmine’s exclusive interview, Strawbs frontman Dave Cousins discusses the band’s current US tour – on the road right now.
Celebrating 30+ years of the legendary, flawless Cuneiform label.
John Blaney is the head of Britain’s Mega Dodo label, which ranks among the most challenging, fascinating and gratifying independents around.