More Nine Inch Nails than “Cars,” Gary Numan’s Dead Son Rising is a smeared, squelchy outburst of guitar noise, weird psychodrama, face-slap beats and visceral emotion
Archive for December 7th, 2011
Guns N’ Roses, the metal amalgam best known for hits like “Welcome to the Jungle” and “Sweet Child O’ Mine,” tops the 2012 class of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees
Like a Wayback Machine, certain sights, sounds, smells and tastes transports us to certain times and places in our lives.
Drummer Zigaboo Modeliste, the grease-popping soul stylist of Meters fame, settles into a creamy seasonal groove here — sounding in no small way like chitlin-circuit crooner Tyrone Davis.
New York City circa 1958, for the jazz aficionado, was the place to be. Possibly no other artifact can confirm this statement with more clarity than photographer Art Kane’s landmark portrait A Great Day in Harlem.