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Something Else! sneak peek: MoeTar, “Regression to the Mean” from Entropy of the Century (2014)

Does a song have to be repetitive and elementary to work? MoeTar says: No.

One Track Mind: Phil Upchurch & The Clinton Administration – "Flashlight" (2009)

One Track Mind: Phil Upchurch & The Clinton Administration – "Flashlight" (2009)

by Pico Phil Upchurch is a guitarist I’ve known about for a long time, from his stint in George Benson’s band in the late seventies. Even though he was the rhythm guitarist in a band that was fronted by one of the greatest jazz guitarists of all time, Upchurch managed to grab my attention with funky rhythms and clean chording;Read More

Oz Noy – Schizophrenic (2009)

Oz Noy – Schizophrenic (2009)

by S. Victor Aaron “Guitar virtuoso” for some can conjure up images of lightning fast shredders and gadget-filled guitar pyrotechnics. Some of these guys are pretty amazing technicians, to be sure, but a lot of them forget about applying their ample technique to songs that are any joy to listen to. But Oz Noy is not one of them. Israeli-bornRead More

One Track Mind: Ozric Tentacles, "Armchair Journey" (2006)

One Track Mind: Ozric Tentacles, "Armchair Journey" (2006)

By Pico Sometime early on in the life of this site when I penned my first review of a progressive rock performance, I mentioned something about listening to prog rock perhaps a lot more than I write about it. Since we started up more than three years ago, only 12 posts have fallen in the “proggers” category; this one isRead More

OHMphrey – OHMphrey (2009)

OHMphrey – OHMphrey (2009)

by S. Victor Aaron Hybrids are all the rage these days; you see Toyota Priuses and Honda Insights filling up our roadways as recent gas price hikes has engendered a greater focus on fuel efficiency. There’s was recently another cool new hybrid unveiled, but this isn’t a hybrid of gas and electric power. It’s a hybrid of two bands withRead More

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