10,000 gecs is Papa Johns by way of Papa Roach.
De La Soul’s less celebrated fourth album is available on digital. It’s great.
Even with the dominance of radio pop, coastal Maryland still managed to produce two essential DIY/indie music artifacts.
Critics still hate radio-ready pop rock.
On Glassine and Sam Haberman’s Radial.
The percussion heavy band takes the instrument in unexpected directions.
Crosby was a minor musician who didn’t teach your children well.
Looking back on Dolores O'Riordan five years after her death.
The duo’s Snakeskin is an ambient eulogy.
Her new album Shefer Yetzirah embraces Jewish music as cacophony.
They’ve appropriated and weaponized the American flag as their brand logo icon, equivalent to the rebel flag.
A new sci-fi subgenre and style mixes darkness with optimism.
Let’s go back to the 1950s.
Fading memories learn to forget: The Doors, Felt Forum and The Blue Lady.
Also it’s about aging badly.
Reading between the lines of an old cassette tape playlist.
It was an age of innocence when cool cats were hep and chicks were kooky and crazy.
Great new country music from the Gibson Brothers and Elle King.
British punk 1975-79.
John Cooper Clarke 1977-2023: 46 years in an open-necked shirt.
My long journey with Bob Dylan.
Singing the theme from The Spy Who Loved Me on Martha's Vineyard in her first live performance in seven years.
The signature song by the British acid house band.
An interview promoting her album Bedtime Stories.
An underrated James Bond theme from the unofficial 1983 entry in the series, Never Say Never Again.
The music video for one of the Beatle's most underrated songs.
One of the most underrated music videos of the 1980s.
The band performs their signature song at St. Alban's in August 1980.
Belgian television special starring the super-group featuring Bert Jansch, John Renbourn, Jacqui McShee, Danny Thompson and Terry Cox.
An outdoor concert with Fairport Convention, one that nearly caused a riot when locals heard it was free.