It was fast, heavy — and on occasion, gnarly and ugly, as metal should be.
Diligently designed songs, executed with taste, substance, and energy.
Not long after leaving the Blue Things, Stöecklein laid bare his deepest yearnings and despair.
In the melancholy wisdom of his lyrics, this lost singer-songwriter has very few rivals.
Flexible, interesting and right on the pitch, this was an exceptional work of art.
Sometimes known as the lost Band album, ‘Bobby Charles’ is an overlooked treasure of roots rock.
Claiming no connection to the aircraft enterprise, Boeing Duveen and the Beautiful Soup was actually a pseudonym for Sam Hutt.
Hard to believe that the 2012 release by McFadden’s Parachute was this Rochester, New York-based outfit’s 27th album since 1991. That rivals Guided By Voices’ output for sheer volume.
Formed 1966 and initially called Purple Earth Quake, this Berkeley, California-based band was not only a permanent presence on the Bay Area music scene for more than a decade, but they gathered loyal followings throughout scattered pockets of the world
There’s a definite Byrds and Love influence happening with Rome, Italy’s A’dam Sykles and Out of the Circle Game. They have their influences down pat, yet boast a contemporary approach.