Tag: 3 AM Eternal
Even during the midst of his creative nadir, Sir Paul could still produce a rare jewel of a song.
Of course we would feature this song today.
This month, we’re looking at some of the best records to come from the venerable independent label Deep Elm over the past twenty years.
An excellent disco update of a contemporary soul number.
A lovely little 1980s country-pop number from mother-daughter juggernaut The Judds.
A wonderful, brief side from the younger brother of Soul great Sam Cooke.
Slutty, lusty dudes sign to a major label and make a record just like their previous, critically loved records. Backlash ensues!
A little music for your weekend, sir? A drink, madame? Combustible Edison’s debut album remains a highlight of the post-grunge Sub Pop era.
A surprisingly wonderful late period Bon Jovi song, and an announcement of our intentions for 2015.
This week, we take a look at the varied and interesting music of Electric Light Orchestra.