A countdown of this year’s top releases according to Goldmine’s Spin Cycle’s columnist Dave Thompson.
John Cale Fragments of a Rainy Season (Domino 2CD) First released back in 1992, in an age when you didn’t trip over Cale live albums every time you left the house, Fragments of a Rainy Season was also issued in …
Mortlake Bookclub Exquisite Corpse (Reverb Worship) You know what the problem is with modern music? There’s not enough secret societies, gathering in the shadows to make deliciously dismal sounds, which they then unleash upon a world which… well, you can fill …
TV Smith Alternative Top 50 (Foruli Codex – isbn 978-1-905792-68-9) The safety pins have rusted now, the headlines have all yellowed, and the T-shirts aren’t even fit for purpose, let alone fitting your frame. But still the fortieth anniversary of …
The final section of the first stage of Goldmine’s Hall of Fame honors composers, specifically those who have written or co-written the most top 10 hits.
The Filled With Sound blog reviews new releases by The Hot Club of San Francisco, the Jarrett Cherner Trio, Craig Hartley, WOLF! and new Elvis Presley music.
U-Turn Audio recently unveiled the Orbit, an entry level model in the most brilliant choice of colors, and Goldmine sampled new vinyl record releases on it.
Australia’s Beltane Fire are best when rocking hard — head on, no BS, straight for the jugular.
The real question with Pink Floyd box sets became which would come first: the Barrett Years, the Animals years, or the middle years?
Billy Sullivan, The Spitfires’ guitarist, singer, and songwriter, discusses the band’s latest album, A Thousand Times, and other subjects in a Goldmine Q&A.