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Arielle..Analog In A Digital World

Ms. Arielle’s recent release.., “Analog Girl In A Digital World”.. is one of those records that helps to expand the ambit of what could be achieved with a long-playing record. Yes, I mean vinyl. She has a free creative spirit that in many ways displays daring thematic arrangements and song str ...
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The Music Machine…. Talk Talk…

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The Music Machine was an American rock band formed in Los Angeles, California in 1966. Fronted by chief songwriter and lead vocalist, Sean Bonniwell.. The band cultivated a characteristically dark and rebellious image reflected with an untamed musical approach.  M ...
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The Damn Truth..This Is Who We Are Now…

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I have my qualms and hesitancies, but I genuinely cared about Jefferson Airplane. Psychedelic rock is something to treasure, and its key era is one of the most influential periods in the history of music, rock, and politics. Forming in 1965, the “Airplane” played a gargantuan pa ...
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L.A. Punk Stalwarts.. The Vulturas.. & The Politics Of Sound

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The year 1978 was an awfully weird time to be young in Southern California. Perhaps nowhere else at that time could a young person be so well attuned to the cultural contradictions of the American ideology. The gap between the media’s California dream vs. the reality of the California nightmare wa ...
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Dirty Honey 101

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Listening to Rock ‘n’ Roll allows you to break through the numbness that overtakes you when you're feeling helpless. It teaches you that desperation is a temporary state and can be overcomed with a song.... They're moments amid the chaos that reveals a band’s care and precision—a sliver of s ...
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Carrie Sims Known As The “Suicide Queen”… Industrial/Metal Band From Oakland, CA.

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Back in the year, 1915.. Ms.Carrie Sims of New Orleans was commonly referred to as the “Suicide Queen” by local police and hospital officials. Ms. Sims had a long history of suicide attempts. The official reports claimed she had dreams to commit self- murder and after more than ...
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RETRA.. L.A. Glam Rock…Take It Or Live It

70’s glam rock, despite all of its gender-bending female posturing, was still inherently a male dominated movement. The great trinity of Glam consisted of David Bowie, T.Rex and Roxy Music. They were known for their pioneering the movement through the music, fashion and lifestyle.Never mind the ap ...
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Dirty Honey. ..Redemption and California Dreamin’

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The "California Dream” has become a verbal tic in speeches, a graffiti scrawl, a newspaper headline and the theme for many rock songs. Shit, the Beach Boys spearheaded a lifestyle through their music. Their lyrics were more about hope and less about promise. Songs of the California dream are about ...
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Joanna Connor… She Got It Bad

Often underrated or unappreciated, many female innovators of blues music are equipped with a staggering amount of raw talent, undeniable moxie and impressionable guitar skills. These women reference the pioneers who excelled despite time periods, that were oozing with sensuality while maintaining th ...
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There’s No Plague Like Home..Dead Posey

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As the 1970s were winding down the decadence of the era began to devolve into darkness. Disco started to seem gauche, while punk’s anti-establishment ethos felt more like pointless aggression. What about the banality of corporate rock? Pop culture was changing and the ’80s seemed to inspire dark ...
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