Tag Archives: Beatles
What if Macca didn’t play anything by the you-know-whos?
What can you learn from a 944-page book on the Beatles? Let’s start with these seven things.
A conversation with DA’s lead architect Terry Scott Taylor about the band’s new album, Dig Here, Said The Angel (and an album review to boot!)
Rob Smith Can’t Say No to the nouveau classic rock of Leroy Justice.
Rob Smith reflects on R.E.M. in the latest “Vinyl Diaries.”
Rob Smith meditates on memory, music, and the Beatles in “The Vinyl Diaries.”
The Blue Sky Riders might be the best band you’ve never heard of (featuring a few people you might be familiar with).
Want the whole story? Here it is, come and … oh never mind.
Do what you want to do — just get the f#%&ing note right.
“Recording the Beatles”: no Fabs library is complete without it.
Brandon Schott’s latest album, “13 Satellites,” is really good. Just ask Rob Smith …
Dan Wiencek serves up a double-size helping of Beatle-y goodness
Rob Smith’s new vinyl column opens with E.L.O.’s disco record, “Discovery.”
“Death by Power Ballad” explores Extreme’s “More Than Words.”
Our new column, where we dissect the latest rantings from the crazy, fucked-up world of America’s creepiest music and technology blogger/gadfly.
Popdose concludes the ever-popular series that imagines a Beatles world without a breakup.
Call it teamwork or synchronized stalking: Michael Parr and Matt Wardlaw grill Alex Dezen of The Damnwells about the band’s new album No One Listens To The Band Anymore.