I can without a doubt pinpoint the exact moment in my early childhood that set me onto the path that made me who I am today. My lifelong passion for music, writing about music and my intents to devote the rest of my life to fostering an entire community around music can all be tracedContinue reading “The Beatles Anthology, 25 Years On”
It’s Saturday morning, so let’s enjoy that time Soundgarden appeared on Bill Nye The Science Guy in 1993. (This is one of the few times where the caption to a YouTube video has all of the info that I need, so I’m just going to quote what the uploader, All Things Soundgarden, wrote about theContinue reading “Soundgarden on Bill Nye The Science Guy”
I had the chance to not only get to talk with Mark Mulcahy again, but to also speak with Scott Boutier and Dave McCaffre (the other two members) of Polaris, the variation of Miracle Legion who recorded the soundtrack to The Adventures of Pete and Pete. Believe me, as a person who is reminded ofContinue reading “Polaris”
So Things here are about to explode with activity, but until then, put this on and replay it over and over again.
Antietam Rope-A-Dope (1994) Homestead Records CD Rope-A-Dope screeches and buzzes with a coarseness that would have been generally welcomed in the early 90s, nearly post-grunge musical underground. Compared to Elba, there is a general murky darkness that exists in the atmosphere of the album. Yet despite the possible grunge comparisons, the lyrics, singing style, expertlyContinue reading “Antietam – Rope-A-Dope”
Antietam- Music From Elba (1986) Homestead 12” Vinyl 4.5/5 If only I could have been my age now during the mid eighties. I would have not only gone out to see Antietam perform every chance that I could’ve had, but I would have been a self-appointed promotional man for the group, spreading their praise whereverContinue reading “Antietam – Music From Elba”