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Jon Byrne Beneath the Stains of Time

Jon Byrne Beneath the Stains of Time

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British songwriter/performer Jon Byrne proves that marching to one’s own beat proves that genius and insanity are much the same. Reminiscent of The Kinks Ray Davies had done during his more productive years he would write about social injustices of Great Britain under the auspices of humor and sar ...
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The Soft White Sixties Get It Right

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The San Francisco Bay area has always been an epicenter for American music. So it is with the bay local artist The Soft White Sixties. When journalists write about bands they feel the need to compare them to other bands. Unfortunately I’m not going to proceed with such triteness but what I ...
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Ming City Rockers Let There Be Rock

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It’s not an easy task being a snotty rock band from Immingham, England but with the debut of Ming Cty Rocker’s first and only album they’ve proved that anything can happen. We’ve followed this band pretty much since their inception and though press has been favorable it seems to fester on th ...
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Daniel Ash Stripped in Dystopia

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Daniel Ash is an artist that always forges forward; he never remains static. That being said his new endeavor -“Stripped” takes many of his songs and “re-takes” them. At first when I learned about the project, as anyone would think, it was Ash’s tracks remade, remixed or u ...
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Calico the band.. Sweethearts of the Rodeo

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Calico the band is ready to embark on a phenomenal trip with the release of their debut album Rancho California. “Calico” is an acronym for “California Country” but don’t let semantics under rate the nuances of this musical feat. Perhaps drawn together to Los Angeles by th ...
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Heavyball – Surfin’ In Skegness

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"Pulp ska-surf "music has now  found itself a niche to hang it's coat on. From Nottingham England beginning  in 2011 a brilliant band simply calling themselves Heavyball have actually created this simple new genre that you'd expect to have been born in Southern California.  From ...
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The Electric Prunes WaS vs. Is

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Los Angeles in 1966 was the epicenter of everything regarding pop culture. The scene was festooned with peace and love while Hollywood’s glitz was its show piece.  Bands would play and regardless of their genre audiences were receptive.  One such band that epitomized the Psychedelia movement wer ...
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The Walking Who’s Walkabout

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Sometimes when you are late to the party you end up having the greatest times. As cliché as it may sound music is timeless and so be the case with Australian trail blazers.. The Walking Who. This beckoning and promising trio based in Sydney first attracted attention with their Read more →

Them Summertime Blues with Eddie Cochran

Eddie Cochran, the man behind the immortal hits "Summertime Blues" and "C'mon Everybody," was killed on April 17th 1960 when the taxi carrying him, his fiance'e Sheron Shelly and fellow rocker Gene Vincent  from a show in Bristol, England. The car crashed while driving to the a ...
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Wishbone Ash

Wishbone Ash Forges On to Its Victory Lap

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You have to commend a band that has forged ahead by sharing their music for over 40 years. During the early 70’s Britain was the world’s epicenter and focal of the rock movement. The scene was made up of bands ranging from Rory Gallagher, Deep Purple, Fleetwood Mac and Mott the Hoople .. but a b ...
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