Once upon a time, marketing music must have been so simple: in the ’50s you just bribed a local DJ and off you went. By the ’80s it was a little more […]
On September 24, 1991, a little-known band from Seattle released a CD called Nevermind. Nothing was ever the same again.
Don Dixon and Mitch Easter co-produced REM’s first two (and arguably best) albums, Murmur and Reckoning. S&R contacted Dixon earlier today to ask if he had any thoughts on the band’s break-up. Here’s […]
Today, if we choose to listen, we’ll hear a great deal about America, about the last decade, about the lessons we’ve learned. Football will be played. Flags will be waved. Tears will […]
Life on the road with punk funk trio Doco as told by bassist Josh Booth New York is being overrun by time travelers. I’m pretty sure the band that played after us […]
We all have our favorite artists and songs and albums. Even those of us who listen to a lot of different styles and have thousands of CDs in our collections undoubtedly have […]
“My wife and I were happy for twenty years. Then we met.” Who said it?
By Jennie Ver Steeg I like Sam, of Dr. Slammy fame. Let me be clear on that, I am more likely to at least entertain the notions Sam floats out here than […]
If you care about music at all, you’ve probably got a few tunes that are agony to listen to. Tunes that you just can’t listen to, or that are so compelling that […]
“I am not fit for this office and should never have been here.” Who said it?