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As Jude Abbott sweetly sings, “Pissin’ the night away.”
The box office superstar’s star hasn’t been so super lately. Dunphy has tips to polish it up a bit.
The story of a band that’s really a rock band! Honest! We swear! Would we fool you?
Once they made movies from comics. Now comics seem like little more than another merchandising platform. Here are some thoughts on how to change that perception.
“Beloved rock band puts out new album. What happens next will bring tears to your eyes!”
They don’t call them “hits” for nothing. Songs That Kill remembers the tracks that became famous and nearly career-crippling.
A picture’s worth a thousand words — they don’t necessarily say anything though.
Is Paul Stanley’s epitaph: “Loving father and husband; asshole bandmate?”
If your kid is starving for your love while you’d rather be crushing it on Candy Crush, you may be an iHole.
Can an album be reflective, thought-provoking, and kick your butt at the same time?
It’s not cartoon music. It’s not jazz music. It’s Charlie Brown music.
The Bottom Dollars channel The Clash’s energy with an Americana twist.
When they took off the makeup, did KISS have good records? Um, yeah!
Examining the strangest of all pop culture conventions, the “fan crush.”
The remarkable new album by Oslo’s Gazpacho blows away the conventions of rock, prog, and the makeup of the “epic” song.
They probably made out to “You and Me” a year after they grounded you for blasting “Elected!”
The lyrics scan like a battle cry — so why does Aerosmith’s “Dream On” sound like defeat?
Another live recording from Rush? Really? Yes, really.
At least Michael Bay didn’t blow up Aaron Burr.
Chris Holmes and Ted Asregadoo talk to David Bottrill about mixing “Vapor Trails Remixed.”
At age 14, while watching the video for “The Metro,” these words may have been spoken: “I want that girl.” (Pssst: They were.)
New Music from Tiny Dragons, Like Swimming, Scarlette Fever, and Daytrip
New music from, Galleries, David Carbonara, Reva DeVito and Roane Namuh, and The Civil Wars.
Music from Jetta, Lorde, Mickey Gloss, and the Editors
Knock, knock! Oh, it’s just “Single Play” for another week featuring music from Kate Tucker and the Sons of Sweden, Burning Condors, Salvatore Ganacci, and Dw Dunphy.
Some new (and not-so-new) music from Little Comets, Mark Mulcahy, Caro Emerald and Bronze Radio Return.
The Purrs, OBB, Charlotte Church, and Fabienne are all in the spotlight this week on “Single Play!”
New music from Steve Martin and Edie Brickell, The Bora, Abigail Washburn, and Smallpools on “Single Play” this week!