The supergroup that never was, World Goes Round is a product of four musicians, Frank Musker, Elizabeth Lamers, Jeff…
As they say, “timeline is everything.” So, for kids like me, born during the psychedelic ‘60s and coming of…
As one of the United States’ remaining 3 “major labels,” Universal Music Group can regularly be counted on for top-tier re-issues featuring interesting archival material. Just in time for the 2018 holiday season, here’s a look at 5 recent vinyl re-issues from Universal.
Hitting you with the ultimate live-in-studio video experience is New York City’s modern rock band Earthquake Lights. Stabilize yourself and then hit play on our exclusive premiere of their “Choke ‘Em Up” music video!
As CRASH not only taught me a lot about artists that I have been following for decades, but also looks stunning, this may be my favorite book of 2018.
The Mowgli’s join us for another Stereo Six, a feature where they list five records (and one curveball) that helped shape their recent EP, I Was Starting To Wonder, which dropped August 17th via CandyShops Recordings.
Celeb Car Crash has announced the release of a new EP called CCCover that as the title indicates, celebrates the music of others.
New to the market is a limited-edition version of Pet Sounds of which only 2,000 copies were produced.
So, long story short, it’s time to reconsider Ringo Starr’s solo output and thanks to Universal Music, we get to hear some of that output with restored audio.
News of the World showcases a top band in peak form, and this new release from Hollywood Records ought to appeal to new fans and Queen die-hards alike.
Ahead of their UK debut later this month, we spoke to New York power-pop band The Dives about the records that changed their lives…