Moonraker’s The Forest: A Spiritual Journey Through the Valley of the Mind

Make sure to give Moonraker a go and let yourself be driven through a train of thought that is theirs and yours as well.

An Interview with Frank DiMino of Angel

Donning an all-white wardrobe and often hiding behind his signature round sunglasses, Frank DiMino was one of the most identifiable and charismatic frontmen of the 1970s.

Retrospective Reviews: KISS’ Revenge (1992)

As for Revenge, while ranking KISS’ studio albums proves difficult, I can safely say that it’s top-five, perhaps even top-three, and aside from maybe Creatures of the Night, Revenge is handily KISS’ heaviest record, and definitely, its nastiest. Retrospectively, Revenge has got all of the ingredients required for a great KISS album, more so, it’s got all the ingredients for a great album in general. I will always remember this record fondly, and on the album’s 30th anniversary, I say cheers to all those involved in creating it, you did well here, and that’s something I think fans of all shapes and sizes can agree with.

A Hypothetical Evening with Van Halen, Van Hagar & Joe Satriani

I suppose it all depends on the perspective you take. If you take it for what it’s purported to be – a celebration of Eddie and Van Halen’s legacy – it could be fun. On the other hand, if you take it for what it may well be – an obvious cash-grab, and complete bastardization of a once-great band, by a group of players who together have no business calling themselves “Van Halen,” or “Van Hagar” – you might have different feelings on the matter entirely.

Taiwan Beats Showcase: An Exercise In Global Musical Mastery

All in all, the 2022 version of the Taiwan Beats Showcase has proved to be integral to the region’s growth and continues to demonstrate Taiwan’s importance to the overarching independent and alternative scenes. I am of the opinion that the showcase will continue to serve as a proving ground for young and old artists alike, as they gain greater exposure and subsequent entry into the western zeitgeist.

Brent Shinn’s “Limerence” Strikes a Delicate Balance Between Obsession & Adoration

“Limerence” isn’t a track necessarily treading new ground – the artist’s Bob Dylan fandom is apparent – but what Shinn is doing is reclaiming lost reverence for a simpler time. A time when music need not be autotuned, overproduced, or oversaturated with multi-track instrumentation.

An Interview with Bryce ‘Lipz’ Mileto of Sisters Doll

Recently, I caught up with Bryce ‘Lipz’ Mileto of burgeoning throwback rock outfit, Sisters Doll. Among other things, we touch on Bryce’s origins on the drums, the formation, and evolution of Sisters Doll, touring with Bruce Kulick, the band’s KISS fandom, their upcoming run of US dates, sharing the stage with Peter Criss, and a whole lot more.

King Krule: Not Your Average Alternative Artist

Every now and then a musical artist comes along who completely rocks your world and turns everything you thought you knew about music upside down. For me, that artist was King Krule.

An Interview with Steve Ojane of Angel

Recently, we caught up with bassist Steve Ojane, of glam rock outfit, Angel. Among other things, we touch on how Angel is kicking off 2022, Steve’s early years, his long and varied career in music, what’s next on the horizon for Angel in terms of new music, and a whole lot more.

An Interview with Georg Dolivo of Rhino Bucket

Recently, I dug in for a quick chat with veteran rocker, Georg Dolivo, the proverbial founder, and leader of Rhino Bucket. Among other things, we touch on Georg’s origins, the formation of Rhino Bucket, the band’s trials and tribulations, and what’s on tap moving forward.

%d bloggers like this: