The Manchester, England-based writer-director Chris Green discusses his film project The Pebble And The Boy in a Goldmine Q&A.
This month’s batch of sound takes us back to the swamps of 1950s Louisiana, modern-day Chicago, a certified legend in John Mayall, a rollicking debut from Big Shoes (made up of members of the bands of Bonnie Raitt, Etta James, Taj Mahal and Delbert McClinton) an outrageous Canadian septet, Living Fossil, and don’t forget the man they call Hristo.
Music reviews: Everything from Tiddlywinks to Traffic is covered.
The album ‘Inner Secrets’ is a controversial album for many Santana fans. It marks a decided move toward album oriented music. However…
Country Joe and the Fish and other releases give the music collector a lot to cheer about.
VARIOUS ARTISTS – International Pop Overthrow, Volume 20 (Pop Geek Heaven) “Well it was 20 years ago today David Bash booked some bands to play.” This inscription – alongside snapshots of each of the 20 International Pop Overthrow CD compilation …
The former Oasis star shines at a magnificent show at Radio City Music Hall in midtown Manhattan.
The sound filling us up this month with blues, rock, jazz: Adam Ahuja will be the latest one-man band to rock your world. Six new faces come together to make a bold new jazz statement. Mama SpanX will spank you solid. Monk Lives. Jim Shaneberger protests like Dylan. And there’s a new British Invasion.
Dave Thompson reviews a stack of newly released books; subjects ranging from prog to punk rock.
New music reviews; everything from Wreckless Eric to Hawkwind have new albums (or box sets) out.