We were dangerous and exciting! But now no one’s there who wants to be dangerous. Prodigy singer Keith Flint is dead from suicide at age 49. I can’t begin to properly eulogize […]
It’s Election Day. Go Vote.
Vote. It matters more than it ever has in your life. Welcome now to a special Tuesday edition of #SaturdayVideoRoundup. These artists believe in the power of the American people. If you […]
2018 album release notes: Fiction 8, The Lost Patrol, Mod Hippie, Hot Nun and The Well Wishers
And now, some other bands who are kicking ass this year… 2018 has been a lively year for new music, with a variety of big and semi-big artists releasing albums. My favorites […]
Wake me up, lay me down: goodbye, Avicii
RIP Tim Bergling.
Drift – Saturday Video Roundup
It’s a swirly, dreamy morning. Space Team Electra – swaddled in cotton candy, drifting through space. Lush – please come back. It’s dreamtime. Happy Saturday.
S&R’s Scariest Halloween Videos 2017
A collection of terrifying music and videos for the spookiest night of the year… Happy Samhain. Errr, Halloween. Let’s get the frightfest under way with the definitive Halloween band, shall we? White […]
Remembering Ralphie May: Smoking with Jesus
Ralphie May, the comedian many of us first encountered on Last Comic Standing Season 1, is dead at the way-too-young age of 45. Today for Saturday Video Roundup we present one of his […]
If we were vampires: Jason Isbell’s new CD is superb – Saturday Video Roundup
Breathtaking. Heartbreaking. Life-affirming. In other words, exactly what you’d expect from one of this generation’s greatest talents. #SVR I’ve played The Nashville Sound to death since its release. It’s beginning to feel like […]
Mash The Beatles: Saturday Video Roundup
Up today, the greatest band of all time collaborates with Mark Ronson, Queen, Pink Floyd, A-Ha, Blondie, the Jackson 5, Motley Crue and The Nine Inch Nails. (Bonus points if you got […]
Remembering Chris Cornell: Saturday Video Roundup
We lost a great one this week. Today SVR says goodbye to Chris Cornell. We begin with an iconic Soundgarden vision of a world that’s not quite right.