Vinyl Vault: Blondie Parallel Lines

August 12, 2021 Kidman J. Williams 0

by Kidman J. Williams Blondie hit the music scene with striking good looks while running parallel lines with the late 70’s punk scene, disco, their Warhol artistic sensibility, and the post punk/new wave genre that was to come. Debbie Harry was being primed to become the look and sound of […]

Spirit Machines Album Review: Rock Poetry in Motion

June 4, 2021 Kidman J. Williams 0

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 […]

8 Great Songs About MOM

May 8, 2021 Kidman J. Williams 0

by: Kidman J. Williams Mom fed you. Mom clothed you. Mama wiped your nasty little butt for you so you didn’t have a rash and stink up her apartment. She sacrificed her youth, beauty, and maybe even a few dreams of her own to make sure that you grew up […]

Grunge: The Last Great Era

May 1, 2021 Kidman J. Williams 0

by: Kidman J. Williams Friday April 8th, 1994.. I was just fifteen years old. I wasn’t old enough to drive, vote or drink legally; although in a brief and awkward carnal meeting that made Adam Sandler look like Don Juan, I did lose my virginity. Our faithful music reporter and […]

Rush Limbaugh: Not a Nice Epitaph

February 18, 2021 Kidman J. Williams 0

by: Kidman J. Williams You don’t forget the people that make your skin crawl with a simple handshake. I met Rush Limbaugh back in 2010 while working for WLS Radio in Chicago. Unfortunately, I remember it like it was yesterday. He was boastful, loud, and his big round belly sloshed […]