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News Feed for Monday, June 5News Feed
In the news today: The Chats, Cosmic Psychos, Yellowcard, Fontaines Dc, Grian Chatten
News Feed for Sunday, June 4News Feed
In the news today: Foo Fighters, Weird Nightmare, Ramones
Enzo RoccoMusic Reviews
SCRAPS: (very) old and (almost) new solo guitar pieces. Review by Bob Pomeroy.
News Feed for Saturday, June 3News Feed
In the news today: Foo Fighters, Weird Nightmare, Ramones, The Lonely Together, Jason Heeter, Moldy Peaches, Creeper, Slam Dunk Festival, Turnstile, I Think You Should Leave, Tim Robinson, Boston Manor, Slam Dunk Festival, Cynthia Weil, The Mysterines, Ronnie James Dio, LGBTQIA Rock Icons
Greg Chako may be from Ohio, but the jazz guitarist explains his personal connection to Japan and the experience of recording music in Tokyo in discussion with Ink 19’s Stacey Zering.
News Feed for Friday, June 2News Feed
In the news today: Ben Folds, Barry Can't Swim, Ninja Tune, Negative Approach, Paint It Black, Screaming Females, Fest, Gainesville, Chat Pile
Dark Fire Heresy (TRPTK). Review by Steven Cruse.
News Feed for Thursday, June 1News Feed
In the news today: Palehound, Ithaca, Matt Skiba, Lektron, AFI, Against Me!, Janelle Monáe
Garage Sale Vinyl: REO SpeedwagonGarage Sale Vinyl
This week, Christopher Long learns that he doesn’t always have to go to other people’s garages to discover vinyl treasure, as he locates a long-lost, musty LP copy of REO, the oft-overlooked 1976 gem from REO Speedwagon, right under his nose.
News Feed for Wednesday, May 31News Feed
In the news today: Unearth, The Natvral, George Harrison, Lagwagon, Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Allyson McCabe, Sinéad O’Connor, Paul Simon, The Cadillac Three, Caroline Polachek, Radio City, Ethel Cain, True Blue, Portola Fest 2023, The Natvral, Be Your Own Pet, I Think You Should Leave, Tim Robinson, Marie Dahlstrom, Sipprell, Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross, TMNT movie, MESS, Kristin Hersch, Kruder & Dorfmeister, tour news, Seattle Freakout Fest, Foo Fighters
Marty Stuart & His Fabulous SuperlativesMusic Reviews
Altitude (Snakefarm). Review by Jeremy Glazier.
Phil Bailey talks with Ben Model, the Renaissance Man smashing silent film stereotypes through his boutique label, Undercrank Productions.