Motorhead - Clean Your Clock
Recorded live in Munich a mere five weeks before Kilmister's death (and at the last Motorhead shows to ever be recorded) Clean Your Clock is about as close to a farewell gift from the band as you can get.
Jack Hues and the Quartet - Collaborations Vol. 3: A Thesis on the Ballad
Few who sang along countless times to Wang Chung's 1986 smash hit "Everybody Have Fun Tonight" actually knew who they were singing along with, but it was Jack Hues.
Singled Out: LOVEYOU's I Want To (Make You Feel Happiness)'
L.A. indie-pop band LOVEYOU are gearing up to release their debut album 'Sparkle & Crush' next week and to celebrate we asked frontman Andrew to tell us about the song 'I Want To (Make You Feel Happiness)'.
Beninghove's Hangmen - Pineapples and Ashtrays
With all the quirkiness here it would have been easy for Beninghove to slip into the cutesy zone but Pineapples and Ashtrays is about as cool as you can get all the way through.
Singled Out: Graveyard Lovers' Storm
Zach Reynolds from Graveyard Lovers tells us the story being their single 'Storm', which comes from their brand new album 'Past The Forest of the Fruitless Thoughts'.
Turning Virtue - A Temporary Human Experience
Although Turning Virtue is a self-described progressive rock band, there are moments on its A Temporary Human Experience album where other unexpected genres come more immediately to mind
Air Traffic Controller Singled Out Week: Are You With Me
Air Traffic Controller recently released their new album 'Black Box' and we asked them to tell us about some of the tracks. Today, guitarist Steve Scott tells us about the song 'Are You With Me'.
TBT: Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band Live 2006
For this week's Throwback Thursday review, we revisit Tony K's look at Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band's concert at the Allstate Arena in Chicago, IL on November 30, 2006
Singled Out: Blindman's Feels Good
Genre-bending artist, songwriter and producer Blindman tells us the story behind his latest single 'Feels Good,' which features Erica Newell (The Melody Makers, Stephen Marley, Dennis Brown, The Black Crows).
Post Death Soundtrack - The Unlearning Curve
Canadians are stereotypically the polite people on the planet. Always friendly, never raising their voices. However, Post Death Soundtrack sound as angry - if not angrier - than Nine Inch Nails
Air Traffic Controller Singled Out Week: Warrior
Air Traffic Controller recently released their new album 'Black Box' and we asked them to tell us about some of the tracks. Today, co-vocalist/bassist Casey Sullivan tells us about the song 'Warrior'.
Rock Reads: Aliens Among Us: Exploring Past and Present
Readers may think it is all hogwash or they may glean some new ideas to mull over. Regardless, all will finish the book having been thoroughly entertained.
RockPile: Prog Edition (Asia, Security Project, The Raptor Trail)
We present a progressive music round-up in this edition of Rock Pile as we listen to vintage Asia and new releases from Security Project and The Raptor Trail. Plug in your headphones and let's go!
Rock Reads: Trouble Boys: The True Story of the Replacements
Bob Mehr's exhaustive Replacements biography 'Trouble Boys : The True Story of the Replacements' biography is guaranteed to fill in most all the blanks for diehard band fans.
MorleyView Marty Balin (Jefferson Airplane)
Morley speaks with Jefferson Airplane icon Marty Balin about his two brand new albums "The Greatest Love" and the double disc "Good Memories" which puts a new spin on some Jefferson Airplane/Starship classics.