The Scrags Anything Grizzlar (CD) Genre: Rock The Scrags are a Stockholm-based five-piece influenced by everything from The Stooges, Velvet Underground, Suicide, Modern Lovers to Black Flag… and it shows. It’s a nice mix for Anything, an album largely recorded “live on …
Ready to do a little California dreaming? Set the mood with this 24-track playlist that includes The Beach Boys, CSNY, The Doors, CCR, The Byrds and Love.
Ripple Music has had some damn good releases in 2010 — among them is the reissue of Poobah’s 1972 album
In his most recent book, Ken Sharp interviewed more than 40 insiders on the making of John Lennon’s last musical statement: the wonderful “Double Fantasy” album
“Praise & Blame” is definitely one to put on your must-buy list, whether you remember the 1970s Tom Jones or are a music fan who wasn’t even born in that era but someone who really wants a good listen to hear what a simple, clear, melodic musical revival sounds like.
This newest release is from an artist who is not afraid to bare his soul
The debut by supergroup Black Country Communion has both modern and traditional elements in its raw rock feel
A Goldmine Pick, The Grip Weeds’ new full-length can relieve you from today’s digital doldrums
Foghat will always be known as a classic rock band. But a disc like “Last Train Home,” which is a tribute to the blues, is not at all far-fetched for the band