Thomas Dollbaum’s singer-songwriter roots rock blurs defiance and despair.
Reflections on a Nobel Prize winner.
T. Rex, angelic doo-wop, car crashes, and Ringo Starr.
Lambert has already made some of the best country albums of the last 20 years and co-written many of the best country songs of the period, and Palomino is an instant classic for her.
Lousy dialogue in a rock memoir.
Riders of the Mark's "The Electronic Insides And Metal Complexion That Make Up Herr Doktor Krieg" can't be compared to any other 1960s records in its distorted ferocity.
Oksana Linde finally releases her first album.
A new bookcase and all the trouble that entails.
The reputation of composer Edward MacDowell continues its steady re-emergence from obscurity.
"With hindsight, I realize that if I’d only had more confidence the punk scene would have suited me well.”
Feeling gravity’s pull.
Who is Eve St. Jones?
Echoes, strong and faint, of the 1970s blues revival.
Pushing an old and apparently simple instrument into new spaces.
Despite their efforts, a nuanced view of Vietnam-era punk’s impact remains elusive, especially when considering avant-garde music artists of the 60s.
Wishing he was in Tijuana eating BBQ iguana, he can’t hear the DJ, what did he just say?
You should’ve cockadoodle didn't but you cockadoodle did.
This is the time to air grievances in the guise of music.
Money is the great elevator to the top of the dung heap.
A master undone by a critic.
Full pro shot concert from Germany in January 1981.
Grant Hart's post-Hüsker Dü band at TT the Bear's Place on June 5, 1992.
A rare single from 1964.
An early live performance of the song on local Chicago television, presented here with its original, uncensored lyrics that were later removed from the broadcast and from the album Desire.
An earlier song by Marc Bolan before his band got heavy.
The singer/songwriter's breakthrough performance at the 2005 Country Music Awards.
Recorded during preparations for Prince's abbreviated Sign o' the Times tour.
One of the very few concerts by the band filmed in its entirety.
The first single from the band's new album The Other Side of Make-Believe, out July 15 on Matador.