Monthly Archives: October 2014

Kicked in the 3TEETH

There is not many new industrial bands that I think compare to the heyday.  I was there I know.  That being said once in a while one does come very close and rarely adds a little new.  So is the case … Continue reading

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Dave Grohl’s Sonic Highways Journey starts in Chicago

It has been well-documented that as a young rocker Dave Grohl’s life was changed after attending a punk rock show at Chicago’s Cubby Bear across from the historic Wrigley Field.  On the bill that night was America’s greatest punk rock band, … Continue reading

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Noel Gallagher Will Fly Again

Chasing Yesterday will be released on March 3rd via Sour Mash Records, available on CD, Deluxe CD, vinyl and digitally. The album can be pre-ordered today here.  The first single from the album, ‘In The Heat Of The Moment’ will be released on November 17th … Continue reading

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Hollie Cook has broke my heart

I’ve been loving Hollie Cook for quite sometime. Even before she was born. She is the daughter of Sex Pistol drummer, Paul Cook. Her chill reggae vibe has put me at ease on many an irritation. Hollie also performed as … Continue reading

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Great News for HIPsters

Gord Downie released a great record in 2014 but as a HIP fan you always want to see him driving The Tragically Hip double-decker bus. He will be back behind the wheel for a very special tour in 2015. Physical … Continue reading

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Screaming Females Tonight in Chicago

I have been a huge supporter of Screaming Females from the first time I saw them live opening for Arctic Monkeys. They continue to evolve, mature, and further write great songs. Their new song “Wishing Well” really shows that. This … Continue reading

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Introducing Josef Salvat

Josef Salvat photo by Mark Kean Who will be the next generation’s Frank Sinatra? Josef Salvat released his new EP titled In Your Prime last month on new home Columbia Records. The EP contains Salvat’s heart wrenching version of Rihanna’s “Diamonds” written … Continue reading

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B a noBody by SOAK

I think it is wonderful that young people are turning to music still to express topics such as their life, love, and loneliness. As an old codger I sometimes worry about the younger generations and their access to good music. … Continue reading

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