Vinyl Lives: Boo Ray Tours One of Nashville’s Finest Record Shops and Gets Personal About Vinyl

In Vinyl Lives we spotlight and profile record stores around the country who offer music lovers an experience that goes beyond an iTunes purchase or a Spotify playlist. For this month’s installment of Vinyl Lives ...

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Byrds/Roots Legend Chris Hillman Shares All In Rare Extensive Interview

We have so many things to be thankful for that Tom Petty had done in his career and one of his last, most beautiful contributions was producing Chris Hillman’s new solo album, Bidin’ My Time. ...

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I Was There When: Rockpile Stole Thunder from Van Morrison @ UVM, Burlington, VT 10/14/78

Memories of Rockpile creating a minor windstorm at UVM’s  Patrick Gymnasium certainly validate a documented history in which Van Morrison ultimately became  tired of following  these rock and roll purists on stage: the Belfast Cowboy ...

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An Extensive Examination Of Björk’s 10th Album ‘Utopia’

Björk’s albums have always exhibited a curious mix of sounds and styles. A single record could include explosive beats alongside gentle harps, guttural moans and shrieks buried among breathy coos; demonic choirs, atonal strings, and ...

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The Glide 20: Glide’s Best Albums of 2017 & Honorable Mentions

2017 once again served as a telling point in music where you had to stretch to certain realms (Americana, folk and funk) to really dig out the best. Once again Glide staff writers narrowed down the ...

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AC/DC Co-Founder Malcolm Young 1953-2017 : 10 Essential Riffs By Rock’s Greatest Rhythm Guitarist

Angus Young may have been AC/DC’s primary showman, dressed in his ever-present schoolboy garb and stalking about the stage, but his big brother Malcolm, who died Saturday from complications due to dementia, was the band’s ...

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Greta Van Fleet Fronts Much Needed Hard Rock Revival (INTERVIEW)

Greta Van Fleet Leads Must Needed Hard Rock Revival (INTERVIEW)

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‘Le Samourai’ and the Birth of Cool

Celebrating the Criterion Collection's re-release of Jean-Pierre Melville's classic noir on Blu-ray, we look back on what makes Le Samourai so enduringly cool.

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50 Years of Fairport Convention: Iconic Folk Band’s Essential Songs & Albums

Its a credit to both their credence and endurance as the primary architects responsible for the fusion of traditional British folk music with the electric jolt of rock ‘n’ roll that 50 years on from ...

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Rex Brown (Pantera, Down, Kill Devil Hill) Goes Loud & Solo On ‘Smoke On This’ (INTERVIEW)

Rex Brown doesn’t mince too many words. He’s about as straight-forward as an arrow heading directly towards the red circle. So when he was ready to make some new music, he wanted it on his ...

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