SETH SWIRSKY – CIRCLES AND SQUARES (Self-released) Seth Swirsky is one of those multi-faceted renaissance men with talent to spare: he sings with a gentle sweetness, he writes stunningly melodic …
Spin Cycle take Audio-Technica’s new wireless turntable for a spin with a bunch of new vinyl record releases.
The band Running Wild have always been about good, clean fun. Since 1987’s “Under Jolly Roger,” the band have produced material that would suit any Pirates of the Caribbean soundtrack. I mean, who doesn’t like a little pirate theme to their heavy …
Den Davis, co-curator of The Jam’s About The Young Idea exhibition in Liverpool, discusses the exhibition, his collection of Jam memorabilia, and other topics in a Q&A.
Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame inducts another group of exceptional sidemen from Mick Ronson, Bobby Keys & Nicky Hopkins to Hall & Oates’ band, The Section & Prince’s talented supporters
Alex Turner and Miles Kane joined forces to put on a fantastic performance in Manhattan on Tuesday, August 2nd.
Of all the tributes enacted in the memory of David Bowie this year, perhaps the most divisive (and some might say purposefully so) was that delivered by the BBC Proms this past weekend. An integral part of what is traditionally, …
Jeff Buckley may be dead but his record collection lives on in a new site brought to you by Legacy Records and the artist’s mother. Plus, three new artists have something to say and three new compilations are brilliant examples of the might and majesty of Alligator (USA), Stony Plain (Canada) and Ace (England) Records.
Decker has self-released six studio records in the last seven years but his recent “Snake River Blues” is one of the best music releases of the year.
There was never another band like It’s a Beautiful Day. Even amidst the manic fervor of mid-late sixties San Francisco.