Grateville Dead: A Celebration of Jerry’s Birthday and The Grateful Dead

June 29, 2015 Gonzo Today 0

“Don’t tell us Louisvillians ain’t got no heart…” Join us for a celebration of Jerry Garcia’s birthday and The Grateful Dead. Featuring: Louisville’s finest artists, musicians, brewers, food trucks, and our city’s own version of Shakedown. Sponsored By: Dennie Humphrey, Ashley Angel, The Monkey Wrench, Goodwood Brewery, Cumberland Brewery, Oak […]

Cold Wind Calling – Circadian – album review

June 24, 2015 Kidman J. Williams 0

By: Kidman J. Williams Using music with spoken word poetry is not a new concept in the music world, but some people just do it better than others.  So is the case with Cold Wind Calling’s Circadian.  Sometimes this music can come off very pretentious and self-absorbed.  Alex Zarek’s lyrics […]

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Weapon Of Choice: Bea2ooth

June 4, 2015 Josh Chambers 0

By Josh Chambers Bea2ooth is a hip hop producer based out of Manchester, NH who brings the golden era sound of music in his beats. Starting with a keyboard, a drum machine, and a little guidance from a close friend, Bea2ooth has worked his way up, and is currently producing […]

Holy Rock and Rollers

June 1, 2015 Gonzo Today 0

By: Jim Cosby Editor’s Note: This paper was originally presented as part of Calvin College’s Festival of Faith and Music. This biennial conference brings together musicians, critics, journalists, artists, and listeners to discuss and celebrate popular music—hoping to bridge the gap between the church and popular art. The Curator is delighted to share […]

The Marty Ray Project Music Soul Food

May 14, 2015 Kidman J. Williams 0

By Kidman J. Williams There is a new beard on the block.  If you haven’t heard of The Marty Ray Project, I’m sure that will change very soon.  He has been making a bit of noise on social media with his soulful renditions of old songs like Ice Ice Baby, […]

GG Allin’s Last Gig

May 10, 2015 Charlie Seller 0

By Charlie Seller Once GG and the Murder Junkies got started it got very loud and very crowded inside the hot tiny cement space. His tweed coat was hanging open and Hero saw almost everything. GG wasn’t wearing more than a pair of loose, soiled jockey shorts underneath. He reached for a styrofoam cup […]

THE FREEZE: 35+ yrs of punk

April 1, 2015 David Pratt 0

THE FREEZE is a seminal punk rock band from Cape Cod, Massachusetts, that came together in 1978 as teenagers and continues to record and tour to this day. Founder, lyricist and vocalist Clif “Hanger” Croce is the only member who has been in every incarnation of the band, which has seen many line-up shifts and […]

At the Drive-In: This Station is Non-Operational

March 28, 2015 David Pratt 0

DIY documentary on seminal post-hardcore band At the Drive-In (1993-2001) At the Drive-In are an American post-hardcore band from El Paso, Texas, formed in 1993. Consisting of singer Cedric Bixler-Zavala, guitarists Jim Ward and Omar Rodríguez-Lopez, bassist Paul Hinojos, and drummer Tony Hajjar, the band released three studio albums and five […]

The 5 Most Influential Irish Rockers of All Time

March 17, 2015 Kidman J. Williams 0

We celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day with the fervent abuse of our livers to honor, well, most people forgot what we honor.  Hey, we are all Irish on this day because Saint Patrick was…wait…Saint Patrick was born in Scotland.  Saint Patrick was born near Dumbarton, in Scotland in 387. So, why […]