A walk through underrated protest music of decades past.
A look at Dylan's excellent 1997 record Time Out of Mind.
The custom record label in London was remarkably consistent in its sound, but most of their music has been out of print for decades.
Hell Among The Yearlings and Revival kept me sane in jagged late-1990s New York City.
“I remember we used to haunt the alleys of Dundalk and we were just holy terror and it’d be so bad."
The spirit of Captain Beefheart is haunting our town.
A welcome addition to the Canterbury Scene corpus.
Sumer Is Icumen In: The Pagan Sound of British & Irish Folk 1966-1975 is more than a trip through pop culture history.
A brief history of Dundalk's most exalted teen rock icons.
On Bobby J. & the Generations and the brilliant careers and output that followed.
Revisiting Radiohead's revolutionary Kid A, released 20 years ago and still as fresh as ever.
Tunes that turn your guts inside out.
His great theme was our redemption.
I do it for you, the American people.
Part of Bruce Springsteen’s appeal is in how he speaks for the hope of the common man.
Starting Over is a return to form for the singingest motherfucker America has ever produced.
The Cadillac Three's battle for the soul of the nation.
Was Duran Duran more important than the Clash?
What nonsense qualified bands to be part of any list has more to do with the quantity of record sales minus the quality of its music.
Negative scrutiny often hounds a celebrity’s faith.
Listening to John Williams in Vienna
From their excellent 2005 album Hypermagic Mountain, and one of the only enduring protest songs of the Bush 43 era.
Full album from 2014, 40 songs released on Kirby's 40th birthday.
The late musician's classic 1983 album in full.
One of the immortal ensemble's very best.
Complete performance from ABC's In Concert.
One of the late rapper's best songs, from 2004's Mm..Food.
Eight minutes from the excellent score for John Ford's 1963 Hawaiian Christmas comedy.
An hour of improvising from the two rock legends.
New Nirvana tapes are still surfacing somehow, and this latest comes from the band's earliest days.