It slowly becomes clear, listening, that this is an important statement on a topic many if not most of us can understand, the permanent loss of someone near and dear to us.
by Kidman J. Williams Zippity doo dah, gabba gabba hey, my oh my Punk will be a Hell of a pay day. Little fudge of the truth here and checks are coming to stay. Zippity doo dah, gabba gabba hey! I’ve had mixed feelings about watching a Sex Pistols miniseries […]
by Doc Jeffurious Green Jellÿ: Garbage Band Kids – released: June 11, 2021 The band Green Jellÿ has consistently been a group that can launch my broken spirits up away and around the moon, like Alice Kramden eating a PCP infused caramel apple. Their ability to parody the zeitgeist of […]
by Kidman J. Williams The first thing you must know about a TOOL show is that it really is OK to miss the opening act unless you just want a good laugh. You have to go into it with good humor, like watching “Attack of the Killer Tomatoes.” It is […]
The crowd was into it. They appreciatively applauded, hooted, and even danced, capering in sheer joy. Especially to songs they knew, like “Magic Carpet Ride” by Steppenwolf.
by Doc Jeffurious Comedian Billy Connolly once talked about life before Elvis Presley. He described a drab, beige flavored reality. Where music was homogenized and tremendously sing-along-able. Connolly said that once Elvis became widely known around the world the entirety of existence suddenly appeared to be in vibrant color. This […]
by Kidman J. Williams Rude boys and girls bust out your 50-inch Jnco jeans and designer wallet chains! Roots of Creation has made a collection of Dub music that will make your grandma jive and your bong quiver. And when your grandma does start dancing, make sure to get that […]
by Kidman J. Williams Blacktop Mojo comes out swinging with their high-octane Texas sex sludge metal sound on their fourth album, simply titled Blacktop Mojo. Don’t make the mistake of dismissing this collection because of the album title. This album is nothing short of being a diamond in your collection. […]
by: Ty Reynolds Independent rap sensation Tom MacDonald has spent the better part of the first half of 2021 living up to his reputation for controversy by publicly attaching his name to one of the all-time greats, Eminem, through a 1-2 combination of references in two of his biggest hits […]
by: Kidman J. Williams Like many music lovers looking for great new music I found myself scanning the social media platforms in search of the proverbial diamond amongst the vast sea of wannabe thug-a-licious bling; what I found was an elusive awakening in Spirit Machines’ mashup song (Kashmir/Sober), “Zober” (which […]