Gone but not forgotten: Vanilla Fudge’s legacy lives on. Mark Stein and Carmine Appice tell why.
Blue Cheer freaked out the minds and ears of unwilling listeners. For the initiated, however, the Cheer’s heavy trip was a darn good one.
To say that Henry Rollins is a music collector is an understatement. And here are the 10 albums that changed his life.
The creativity of one Travis Edward Pike is off the charts. Musician, singer-songwriter, screenwriter and writer of poetry and prose, Mr. Pike will have you appreciating the prolific path of his art. Read on!
A little more than 50 years ago, The Rolling Stones went from producing sure-hit singles to bravely exploring a musical direction known as psychedelia with the strangely titled album, ‘Their Satanic Majesties Request.’
Donovan, who the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame claimed “single-handedly initiated the psychedelic revolution,” talks to Goldmine about his close relationship with The Beatles and how a creative movement changed from psychedelic drugs to meditation.
Slightly puzzled by the February cover of Goldmine featuring Led Zeppelin? No need to feel Dazed and Confused – it’s our new print redesign!
Goldmine has the chance to sit down with Charlie Parr just as he was releasing his new album Dog on Red House Records.
Enter to win a large photo print of Robert Plant, signed by photographer Mark Weiss — part of our monthly Vintage Shot/Rock SceneAuction Goldmine Giveaway.
Don Was and Henry Rollins have both signed on to be curators for the website, The Sound of Vinyl. Goldmine gets the lowdown on this new vinyl venture.