All the red carpet looks from the 59th Grammy Awards.
Herewith, one man’s idiosyncratic anecdotes about the people, places and things that made a few record stores what they uniquely
The release of Ariana Grande's newest album, Dangerous Woman, has her fans going crazy! What better way to celebrate the
A-1 Records: Located at 439 E 6th St., A-1 Records will be offering a clearance sale, including $1 to $3 singles. You can
He'll tell you he's a country singer, but to me the essence of rock and roll is a cry for freedom and rebellion.
CD: We've worked with the community on feedback and features to build. They have helped drive the roadmap. KS: I've been
What followed gave me goosebumps. This was the second set of speakers, so now I could choose to listen to just set A, just
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Sean Bonnette and Mark Glick are breaking every rule of the rude, dismissive musician. Both Arizona natives are obviously so passionate about the music they're making, and it shows.
Hard to believe that I bought Rubber Soul fifty years ago when it was released in December of 1965.
There are parts of his past that are sad, so William Javier Velazquez does what he has been doing his entire life to ease the pain. He puts a record on the turntable.
I will see other black binders in my life, but I'll never pick one up and carry its weight ever again. When we are diagnosed with cancer, we are married to our disease, but when we are cured, we have to divorce it and be free.
The hottest temperature ever recorded in Illinois is 117 degrees in East St. Louis in July 1954 during a heat wave in the middle of an already-hot summer. Joe McFarland at the Illinois Department of Natural Resources recounted the day.
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On the occasion of Tri Angle Records 5th Anniversary as part of Red Bull Music Academy Festival New York, I got the chance to interview the charming Tri Angle Records founder Robin Carolan at my local neighborhood diner.
It's like eating at a place where you think the menu is pretty understandable, but every dish hits you with some crazy ingredient that actually turns out to be a relative of arugula or a specific varietal of bourbon infusion.
One thing certain about 2014 -- and any year, for that matter: it brings with it new tribute and covers albums, as sure as the changing seasons. So with this year already more than half finished, it's time to look at some of the more notable to date.
SOFT is an album with effortless shifts from rock to pop to a fusion of genres -- but then again, what is pop and what is rock? In Rathborne's world there are no restrictions -- sound is sound, music is music, and sincerity inhabits each track, cutting straight through.
The major labels have the money and the marketing machine to get their artists to the marketplace. The independent labels rely heavily on word of mouth via social media outlets.
Despite the dire predictions of the punditry, the Democratic Party has a strong case to make for this fall's midterm elections, and it is -- so far, at least -- failing to make it. But it can.
Despite the fact that the KALLAX does seem awfully similar to the EXPEDIT, thousands of the distressed are still venting