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The Black Dahlia Murder: Nightbringers

The Black Dahlia Murder: Nightbringers

The Black Dahlia Murder Nightbringers (Metal Blade) The Black Dahlia Murder has always stood out amongst the newer generation of death metal […]

Marilyn Manson: Heaven Upside Down

Marilyn Manson: Heaven Upside Down

Marilyn Manson Heaven Upside Down (Loma Vista) One of the things that first attracted me to Marilyn Manson (the band) was how […]

Robert Plant: Carry Fire

Robert Plant: Carry Fire

You might get a hint of good old Led Zep on Robert Planet’s 11th studio album, Carry Fire. Yes, he is employing the Sensational Space Shifters band here (Plant has worked with them for the past few years) and their folk, Celtic, Indian and West African soundscapes rise to the fore on these 11 tunes. But from the opener, “May Queen,” the title an obvious nod to one of Zep’s more famous songs, one is reminded of Plant of yore lots here, even within his softer vocal delivery and the multi-ethnic vibe.

Leon Russell: On a Distant Shore

Leon Russell: On a Distant Shore

One man boasting a 50-year career in writing, playing, arranging and singing that would be impressive if you spread that output across three musicians, Leon Russel is a true American musical icon. Dying at 74 last year, what we get here is Russell’s posthumous On a Distant Shore, album.

The Peanut Gallery: Tales From The Basement

The Peanut Gallery: Tales From The Basement

New Jersey hip hop duo The Peanut Gallery has ‘dropped’ a new album, Tales From The Basement. It is quite a unique read on what one usually finds in this genre, complete with some great grooves and quite a few hard-hitting, expletive-rich raps.

Chic (featuring Nile Rodgers) @ Brooklyn Bowl, 11/2/17

Chic (featuring Nile Rodgers) @ Brooklyn Bowl, 11/2/17

THE SEX FILES: Alex Milton discusses his BDSM fantasy novel The Etiquette of Lying: A Polyamorous BDSM Journey

THE SEX FILES: Alex Milton discusses his BDSM fantasy novel The Etiquette of Lying: A Polyamorous BDSM Journey

But if you like your adult material of a more nuanced and studied variety, if you are looking to be more than just aroused by some naughty material-if you like a good read in fact-might I suggest the scribblings of Alex Milton and his latest book, The Etiquette of Lying (published by Wordwooze Publishing). From ‘across the pond,’ I managed a sit down with this very interesting scribe of erotica and here’s what he has to tell us about his latest book, The Etiquette of Lying. and his take on publishing and writing.

John Carpenter: Anthology (Movie Themes 1974-1998)

John Carpenter: Anthology (Movie Themes 1974-1998)

You might just be a fan of John Carpenter’s movies; “Halloween,” “Escape From New York,” “Starman” and “Big Trouble In Little China” (to name a few). But do you know that the director writes and performs the music for his films as well? Here on Anthology Movie Themes 1974-1998, we get 13 pieces of music from 13 different Carpenter films, composed and payed by the man.

Patrick Grant: A Sequence of Waves (twelve stories and a dream)

Patrick Grant: A Sequence of Waves (twelve stories and a dream)

Musician/composer Patrick Grant certainly presents a rich tapestry with his new CD, A Sequence of Waves (twelve stories and a dream).

VH1 Save The Music’s 20th Anniversary Gala @ SIR Stage37, 10/16/2017

VH1 Save The Music’s 20th Anniversary Gala @ SIR Stage37, 10/16/2017

It’s hard to believe it’s already been 20 years since the VH1 Save The Music Foundation was created. Since 1997, the foundation […]

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