Kenny G puts you to sleep, Kid ‘N Play wakes you up. It’s another crazy mix on Bottom Feeders!
Isis and Kylesa dip into the vaults while the insanity continues with my favorite band, Anaal Nathrakh.
Hide your teenage daughters. R. Kelly’s paying a visit to Bottom Feeders this week.
Frontier records unleashes the fantastic new solo disc from Survivor’s Jimi Jamison as well an album of obscure ’80s AOR covers by Issa!
The 43rd installment of Bottom Feeders, keeps up with the Jones’s, ha.
November brings some goth courtesy of Tiamat, while Doro continues to kick some ass!
Can’t have a Billy Joel talk these days without Elton John as well, so they are together again in this week’s Bottom Feeders.
Germ unleashes an oddball album this week, while AOR masters Ten give us their yep…. tenth album.
Slasher Dave of Acid Witch reveals his musical choices to make trick or treaters run for the hills.
Metal Blade unleashed two of their best records of 2012, from Bison BC and Antropomorphia.
Jigga shows up on Bottom Feeders to show us how his career began.
Forgotten Tomb release their best album to date. Plus new music from Sybreed and Indesinence.
The third most popular Jackson finally doesn’t take a back seat to his brother, in this edition of Bottom Feeders.
Finally, some new death metal worth listening to and the chaotic stylings of BTBAM.
Bottom Feeders closes out the letter I with some pimpin’ from Ronald Isley and the bad boys of reggae.
The star of Are We Done Yet? shows his gangsta side in this weeks Bottom Feeders.
September just couldn’t end without throwing a fist in the air for some vintage ’80s sounds.
The Hill’s have eyes and they’re on you as you check out another week of Bottom Feeders!
Jennifer Love Hewitt and Nancy Wilson in the same post. Helloooooo Ladies!
The letter H begins with Juliana Hatfield, Hall & Oates, PJ Harvey and more from the bottom of the ’90s Hot 100.
September brings more great new metal records from the likes of Ufomammut and Winterfylleth.
Sore neck? Sorry, but the headbanging never stops!
Gravity Kills was the next big thing back in 1996. That is until 1997 came along. Hear them, Guns N’ Roses and more with Bottom Feeders.
Four new releases in September to headbang to.
Cee-Lo Green and the Goodie Mob take on Amy Grant in a battle of the Bottom Feeders!
The Gin Blossoms pair up with Gillette this week to bring you Bottom Feeders.
New releases from Bedemon, The Shovell and my first review in butchered Finnish.
This week; The most intelligent rapper ever, Peter Gabriel and the reason I kept buying tissues in college.
August kicks off with new releases from Master, Japanese headbangers Loudness and a collection from Doro.
Bottom Feeders finishes off the letter F with Fun Factory, Funky Green Dogs and Fuel.