Chicago-based Sami Wolf proudly declares her status: “I don’t think there’s been another Jewish-addict-lesbian rapper so I’m trying to be the first to arrive at that party.” And arriving she does here with See You On The Moon
Metallica Hardwire…To Self-Destruct (Blackened Recordings) Just as most people can’t think “reggae” without thinking Bob Marley, heavy metal and Metallica have basically […]
Starting out as a web developer (and still managing a healthy portfolio of websites) Anna Sky is also the CEO/editor/publisher of the U.K.-based erotica and erotic romance small press Sexy Little Pages. With the support of her partner, “the long-suffering Mr. Sky,” Anna has found the time/energy and passion to create this formidable publishing house, producing anthologies and single-author collections of very hot stuff indeed. I had occasion to speak to her from “across the pond” about erotic lit and where it is presently.
Switzerland’s alternative rock stylist, Marty McKay presents his 9-song New York City Dreams CD revealing the raucous fervor of the Big Apple.
Sampha Process (Young Turks Recordings) British singer-songwriter-producer Sampha Sisay’s first full-length album feels as if it were delivered by a polished veteran, […]
Hefner and his son (a young man certainly from the brow-beaten hetero male generation) have learned all too well that guys still want to look and their magazine will once again give us that privilege.
Playboy’s March/April 2017 issue features (nude) pictorials of March Playmate Elizabeth Elam, and April Playmate, Nina Daniele.
Symfonia-Live in Bulgaria 2013 is a good listen of a great band at the later part of their life.
Speaking to nineteen–year-old singer/songwriter/pianist Aubreylyn you learn first-hand what an artist with a singular vision and stunning skills needs to do these days to make her mark. About to embark on a mini tour of the upper north east corridor Wed 12/14/16 Boston, MA, Brighton Music Hall, Thu 12/15/16 New York, NY, Le Poisson Rouge, Fri 12/16/16 Philadelphia, PA, Johnny Brenda’s, Sat 12/17/16 Washington, DC, The Howard Theatre
San Francisco’s “electro noire” pop duo no:carrier unleashes their latest Broken Rainbow: Ballads for an Apocalyptic World…and it is quite the blipping, synth farting, dripping-sound unleashing.
Adam Bonomo, (the architect of the band here) playing piano/organ and singing, and Andrew Renfroe on guitar, make up the nucleus of alternative-folk duo and Brooklyn-based BONOMO. Their new 7-song CD Phases presents a very well-reasoned bunch of songs, showcasing exactly what this group is about…solid songwriting, good production and smart playing.