From The Byrds to Cheap Trick to The Flaming Lips and XTC, these groups followed the path set by the Fab Four.
The prolific singer, songwriter, poet, and author is the latest music giant to leave us in 2016.
AJ is always on top of his craft. Malcom Favor shares his story.
Malcom Favor checks out the life and talent of up and coming rapper, Greenspan.
Jesse Kornbluth remembers the life and legacy of Leonard Cohen.
Embed from Getty ImagesBy Scott FreimanIn February of 1967, The Beatles released a groundbreaking double A-side single. On one side was a Lennon song, “Strawberry Fields Forever,” that had been transformed in the studio thanks to the contributions of the other Beatles along with producer George Martin and engineer Geoff Emerick. On the other side,…
It was an (expensive) trip down memory lane, with artists who’ve been around for 50+ years, but “Oldchella” was still a huge hit.
Things have changed a lot, but making music still starts with songs. How you record them, on the other hand, is a totally different story.
Rose Maura Lorre talks about the significance of R.E.M.’s third album – about hope for the future and how life should feel.
“Black men loving freely is like drinking warm peach juice”
Don Klees of CultureSonar reminds us of Bob Dylan’s genius – from then and now.
To call this a Halloween poem would be too easy.
Dolby had arguably been among the first to understand that the music business as it had existed was fading in both relevance and substance. CultureSonar takes a look at his genius here.
“All the hype in the world is nothing compared to one kid saying, ‘Man, you shoulda seen that.’”
Jim Allen of CultureSonar shares some of the top power pop artists to catch you back up.