Located near the center of Midwest America there is a graveyard that’s only capable of being discovered/seen when a full moon is shining upon it. It contains the bodies of wack emcees piled away in a massively sized casket underneath a single tombstone. The carved words on the front of it showcased […]
2018 has started out with a bang! Music of all sorts in full force in the winter months. On the cover we have the multi-talented Ryan Shuck of Dead By Sunrise and […]
I consider myself someone that has watched a ton of music videos. Rarely am I moved. Sure, I am entertained, but rarely am I moved. After watching Yoke Lore’s “Good Pain” music video, I sat […]
Oklahoma City’s “Lost Lakes Amphitheater” may have been stuck in a hundred and five degrees Fahrenheit heat meshed with an unexpected 1930’s dust bowl setting while the premises became over-saturated […]
During one of the best evenings of live music in Santa Barbara this summer, three innovative groups of musicians brought their immense talents to the Santa Barbara Bowl. The July 7th concert took place on a sweltering evening with a nearly full moon hanging above the hillside amphitheater.
There’s always a certain appreciation for retro material among music fans. While we may tend to gravitate mostly toward the music that comes out in our own time, many who love music like to look back several
Austin, TX songwriter Quin Galavis returns this summer with the followup to 2016’s album-of-the-year topping epic My Life In Steel and Concrete, the more refined yet lyrically weighty, The Battery Line. Quin Galavis has built […]