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Greg Kihn Band: Rekihndled

Greg Kihn Band: Rekihndled

The band tight, backing vocals in place, well-written little pop rock ditties, really what else could you want? By the time we get to the ender her, the ballad of “A Place We Could Meet,” you can be sure you have been taken on an 11-song ride from a master who has his sound down and has a wonderful band behind him…as he always did.

MADM: MADM

MADM: MADM

MADM MADM (Independent) MADM is the moniker used by Indian songstress, Sanjana Rajnarayan. The flurry voiced singer from up and coming music magnet […]

Go From Day to Night Makeup in 5 Easy Steps

Go From Day to Night Makeup in 5 Easy Steps

Loads of work kept you at the office the whole day and now it’s time to go out and meet your friends […]

THE SEX FILES: Richard Pérez Seves discusses his book Charles Guyette: Godfather of American Fetish Art

THE SEX FILES: Richard Pérez Seves discusses his book Charles Guyette: Godfather of American Fetish Art

For me, reading about some kink or a photographer, as much as pouring over black-and-white images, really peaks my interest. So I was as thrilled to come upon Richard Pérez Seves’ new Charles Guyette: Godfather of American Fetish Art.

Sizzla: I’m Yours

Sizzla: I’m Yours

Sizzla I’m Yours (FX Music Group) Every reggae fan is familiar with the prolific Sizzla. I’m Yours is his third album this year alone […]

KMFDM: Hell Yeah

KMFDM: Hell Yeah

KMFDM Hell Yeah (earMUSIC) In addition to its exuberant title, which seems equal parts defiant and optimistic in that charming way that […]

Free Willy: Remember the Alamo

Free Willy: Remember the Alamo

There’s good playing, singing and song-crafting here on Free Willy’s Remember The Alamo even if the tunes do pretty much all sound the same.

The Art of the Diorama: An Interview with the American Museum of Natural History exhibition specialist Tom Doncourt

The Art of the Diorama: An Interview with the American Museum of Natural History exhibition specialist Tom Doncourt

I was lucky enough to take The Art of Diorama, a class which is only offered once a year and to a […]

Aminé: Good for You

Aminé: Good for You

Aminé Good for You (Universal Records) “Veggies” is a strong, unexpected, and string heavy intro. The track features Ty Dolla $ign, and […]

The Man Who Carried Cash by Julie Chadwick

The Man Who Carried Cash by Julie Chadwick

Coming at an iconic figure like Johnny Cash from his long-time (and in some ways long-time suffering) managers point-of-view, Julie Chadwick relates a complicated and exhilarating story of Saul Holiff, in The Man Who Carried Cash. Allowed unprecedented access to Holiff from material his son handed over to Chadwick (audio tapes, correspondence, pictures) we get a glimpse here not only into what it was like for Holiff to manage ‘The Man In Black,’ and what J.C. was really like, but what the music business was like in the nascient days of rock and roll.

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