Dave Mason (the journalist) discovered a trove of lost music, including some of the biggest names of the '80s and '90s, while clearing out his attic during lockdown.
A new documentary exploring the sudden and swift downfall of Blood, Sweat & Tears is headed our ways. It's a weird tale that involves Nixon, the CIA, and the Eastern Bloc.
Both documentaries are about their respective processes behind the creation of their latest albums, with Bruce Springsteen's 'Letter to You' releasing on Apple TV+ on Oct. 23.
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Recap of our live listening party with LA-based singer-songwriter Albon, as he premiered his latest EP: 'Other Niceties…' We jammed out, got insight into each song from the project, talked about the process behind his unique sound, and more.
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Intelligent Music Project is not just a dream come true, but the unlikeliest and most meaningful dream a hobby musician, or musician period, could have - let alone a practicing Bulgarian doctor.
Every Friday, the band will post rare or unreleased tracks previously not available online. It'll be called 'Syd, Roger, Richard, Nick, and David – An Evolving Pink Floyd Playlist.'
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Neil Young is a paragon of artistic output and integrity. Few artists of any medium have maintained such a consistent rate of production for so many years. So let’s take a look at what artists can learn from his example.
It took two decades of meticulous planning to set up this institution dedicated to telling the 400-year story of the instruments and artists who've helped shape the culture today.
Eric Anders and Mark O’Bitz deliver a somber reflection on our current times done Americana style.
The rock legend is in a generous mood and is making his entire catalog available for free to everyone.
There are different release dates for the CD/digital and vinyl reissues and the deluxe vinyl box set edition will come with special artwork, a litho print of its cover, and a 7-inch picture sleeve of both versions of "Wonderin."
The original album tracks will be newly remastered by The Doors' longtime engineer and mixer Bruce Botnick and will be accompanied by a biographical comic book.
12 days after Duane Allman played his last live show with The Allman Brothers Band, he tragically passed away in a motorcycle accident, and the only recording of that show is being released for the first time ever as a compilation package called 'The Final Note.'
'CREEM: America’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll Magazine' will premiere in August 2020 and will include interviews with Alice Cooper, Cameron Crowe, Joan Jett, Michael Stipe, Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Kirk Hammett, Thurston Moore, Peter Wolf, and more.
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"Take your broken heart, make it into art.” Chloe Studebaker of Zelma Stone fame has lived, endured, and actualized that motto. Pouring her heart and soul into a mélange of melancholic melodies and soothingly sanguine vocals with her latest 'Dreamland EP.'
Greta Thunberg is a fortune teller in the animated video to Pearl Jam's "Retrograde," and her crystal ball isn't exactly full of hope for our future.
When it first appeared on the charts in 1975, it reached No. 3. The main reason for the song's sudden rise seems to be due to its use in a new ad for Amazon Prime.