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Camille Peruto: From the Sea to the Sky

Camille Peruto: From the Sea to the Sky

Peruto shows off maturity in realizing what her voice can and cannot do and writes some damn good songs. From the Sea to the Sky is solid stuff indeed.

THE SEX FILES: Where Are You Going To Connect Now?

THE SEX FILES: Where Are You Going To Connect Now?

Are prosecutors coming down on Backpage unduly? Has add tampering actually occurred and could this be seen as prostitution, with providers both underage and over? Will Backpage undergo even more scrutiny after our new President takes office? What is certain, from what the website says, is that Backpage.com will continue to pursue its efforts in court to vindicate its First Amendment rights.

David Bowie: No Plan

David Bowie: No Plan

What might just be the very last music we get from David Bowie, his No Plan EP, is from stuff he was planning to have heard in a big musical he had been readying. Whether or not that musical would have happened even if The Thin White Duke hadn’t died, is anybody’s guess, but this EP has been released coinciding with what would have been Bowie’s 70th birthday.

April Martin: In the Blink of a Life

April Martin: In the Blink of a Life

Folk, country and a little more go into the expert songwriting, solid singing and effective yet simple production of April Martin’s In The Blink of a Life.

We Talk with Gil Marsalla about PIAF! THE SHOW

We Talk with Gil Marsalla about PIAF! THE SHOW

We have produced over 300 concerts in 33 Countries in just two years! So far the best audience was in South America. They are completely crazy for Piaf music. The quietest audiences are in Japan. But, in each country, Edith Piaf is a star and audiences are very expressive. Anne represents her so well that she gets standing ovations many times each evening. Audiences are very participatory. They cry, shout, and laugh with Anne. Piaf! The Show is the best example that music is universal.

Judas Priest: Turbo 30

Judas Priest: Turbo 30

Nobody quite does the commercial metal thing like the true Metal Gods Judas Priest. There was a reason they ascended to where they did and why, even now, 3o years on, you can listen to this Turbo 30 release and still be amazed.

In Celebration of MLK and our First Amendment Rights

In Celebration of MLK and our First Amendment Rights

Harry Money’s Erotic Heritage Museum in Las Vegas celebrates Martin Luther King Day 2017 in a most unique way. Unfurling a huge First Amendment banner across the museum on January 16th, this grand statement will cover a sizable amount of the museum’s roof, specifically that part that faces Trump International Hotel. As the museum’s Director Dr. Victoria Hartmann says, “We want to serve as a reminder to our president-elect that our constitutional rights are sacred.”

Pete Townshend: Psychoderelict

Pete Townshend: Psychoderelict

The Who’s main songwriter, windmill ax-man and all-around keeper of the flame, Pete Townshend presented his Psychoderelict concept album to the world in 1993.

King Ropes: Dirt

King Ropes: Dirt

We get wild swirling guitar and a laconic back beat on opener “Dogleg Boy” a song heavy on atmosphere and showcasing Dave Hollier’s shaky yet effective vocal. There is a rock-a-billy punk to “Long Lost Boys” a tune which benefits from Dylan Treleven’s simply high-end bass and purposely slightly out-of-vocals, while “Lurch On Sister” (again featuring some sly bass playing from Treleven) is a flick-y guitar sway-er (guitarists on DIRT other than Hollier, who vocally teases and taunts wonderfully here, are Ben Roth and Adam Wolcott Smith.) This noisy track is one of my favorites on what the boys consider their ‘side one’ of their new CD, Dirt.

Childish Gambino: “Awaken, My Love!”

Childish Gambino: “Awaken, My Love!”

Childish Gambino “Awaken, My Love!” (Glassnote Entertainment Group) By putting hip-hop aside for the time being and concentrating his efforts on cultivating […]

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