The legendary maestro of metal discusses his latest release and more.
The latest release from Devin Townsend is genre bending even by Devin Townsend standards.
Day turns to night as Mark de Clive-Lowe’s Heritage II (out April 5th via Ropeadope) takes listeners from the meditative zen of Heritage into a world of jazz and Japanese roots
Girls on Grass, despite their moniker, is precisely 50% girl— Barbara Endes (writer, singer, guitarist), drummer Nancy Polstein (the Friggs, Cheri Knight, Star City)—and 50% boy: blues/alt-country vet David Weiss
Songwriter and violist Dina Maccabee’s latest album, The Sharpening Machine (PRE-ORDER), is a milestone entry in the New York-based musician’s creative continuum. Her path has taken her from formal music studies
We basically know where a movie is going when it’s about a horse, but that doesn’t keep The Mustang from being poignant.
On Son Volt’s Union, founder and chief songwriter Jay Farrar addresses the discord in our culture without overstating the obvious or resorting to sloganeering. In fact, the very title of
It wasn’t until Lyle Lovett released Step Inside This House, and album that included no less than four songs from Texas songwriter Walter Hyatt that many of us first became