The Jimi Hendrix UHQR Gets You Experienced

If you have an audiophile comrade who happens to be one of 20,000 people who purchased this set, get into their man cave and hear this for yourself. Believe me, the Jimi Hendrix UHQR gets you experienced.

Watch Kurt Vile’s Moves, He is Still Onto Something

It is safe to say that Kurt Vile has sort of strayed from his lo-fi upbringings and has honed in on a more polished “psychedelic Americana” type of sound that most listeners can identify him with.

Jack White’s Fear of The Dawn Takes Him Back

It is safe to say that musically, this is Jack White’s heaviest solo album to date. His albums tend to provide a bit of variety for the listener to feast their ears on and this is the first time that each song hits hard.

How Blackwater Holylight Defines The Doomgaze Genre

How this band goes about their work is very reminiscent of how quickly bands in the 1970s were able to churn out fresh product. I think it keeps fans locked in and interested in what is to come next, and I can gladly say that we are indeed listening. 

Is Ghost’s Impera their Destroyer?

This is a band where each album has had its own distinguishable character to be different from the previous ones. Being amongst Ghost fandom almost reminds me of how KISS fans must’ve felt when an album as cinematic as Destroyer came out, and bore barely any resemblance to the previous three studio albums that came before.

A Guide to KISS Bootlegs: The Alive II Tour 1977-78

Welcome to the eighth article of the A Guide to KISS Bootlegs series! This article will be focusing on the tour KISS did in support of the album Alive II. During this period of 1977-78, KISS had truly cemented themselves as a part of late 70s Americana.

A Guide to KISS Bootlegs: The Love Gun Tour 1977

Welcome to the seventh article of the A Guide to KISS Bootlegs series! This article will be focusing on the tour KISS did in support of the album Love Gun. Enough of the chit-chat, let’s dig right in! Or as Paul Stanley would say, “No place for hiding baby, no place to run, you pull the trigger of my LOVE GUN!”

A Guide to KISS Bootlegs: The Rock and Roll Over Tour & The Origins of Alive II 1976-77

Welcome to the sixth article of the A Guide to KISS Bootlegs series! This article will be focusing on the tour KISS did in support of the album Rock and Roll Over.

A Guide to KISS Bootlegs: The Destroyer Tour 1976

Welcome to the fifth article of the “A Guide to KISS Bootlegs” series! This article will be focusing on the tour KISS did in support of the album Destroyer.

A Guide to KISS Bootlegs: The Alive! Tour 1975-76

Welcome to the fourth article of the “A Guide to KISS Bootlegs” series! This article will be focusing on the tour KISS did in support of their career saving live album Alive! This tour is very much a continuation of the second half of the Dressed to Kill tour.

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