Regular readers (both of you) might have noticed that something was missing a couple of days ago.
I love old radios. That’s my ’70s-era Fleetwood in the photo — ain’t it cool?
Now this is cool. If all you get out of listening to The Donnas’ cover of “Da Doo Ron Ron” is an “oh, now I see how the Ramones connect to the […]
Here’s hoping that this is the first of many pieces for the indie music site Diffuser. I really dig the site and the editorial staff over there is great, and they love […]
Casablanca was a seriously weird record label. Neil Bogart’s brainchild was primarily a disco label (it was the home of Donna Summer, after all), yet it made its fortune on the backs […]
Where were you on July 16,1986? My parents generation knew their whereabouts when Kennedy was shot or Neil Armstrong first stepped onto the lunar surface and declared it too dusty for a […]
Songs about school date back to the beginning of rock and roll. Throughout the Fifties and Sixties they focused on just how keen and swell school is, and then Alice Cooper happened. […]