We sit down with filmmaker Peter Sillen to discuss I Am Secretly An Important Man, his captivating and important documentary on controversial artist Steven Jesse Bernstein.
We are pleased to present an exclusive excerpt from Everett True’s forthcoming book, Electrical Storm. In this powerful excerpt, we learn what happened when True critiqued his friends in the band Lush.
Just have a few thoughts about Everett True’s book excerpt, and an appeal for you to donate to what is surely going to be a delightful, thought-provoking, honest book.
British duo Go West had a slew of hits in the 1980s, and this excellent reunion show from 2003 finds the band at their best.
It might seem unusual for a man who specializes in dance music to perform acoustically, but the setting provides the opportunity to highlight Jimmy Somerville’s greatest asset: his amazingly natural falsetto. This album captures that moment, in a brief but highly enjoyable performance.
The Rave-Ups was an LA-based College Rock band who had a roots-rock heart and a flirtation with mainstream success via an appearance in John Hughes’ classic Sixteen Candles. Their debut album is fine, albeit one with a slight identity problem.
This handy collection compiles key tracks from the early releases from prolific Dutch composer Michel Banabila. Sublime music is found therein….
This new compilation highlights the earliest work of the pop band The Bangles, and captures their fun, Paisley Underground spirit and punk-rock spunk that would soon be traded in for slick, Top 40 pop.
This compilation highlights the best of the best science fiction soundtrack work from one of Hollywood’s masterful soundtrack composers.
This twofer collects prolific soundtrack composer Lalo Schifrin’s two solo albums from 1976 and 1977. Heavily indebted to disco, the two offer some interesting variations and arrangements.