Angie Moon reviews Edgar Wright's first documentary: The Sparks Brothers, about Ron & Russell Mael of Sparks.
Angie Moon reviews the new Harlem Cultural Festival 1969 documentary Summer of Soul (...Or When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised).
Angie Moon reviews Strat!, a biography about Tony Stratton Smith: manager and owner of Charisma Records.
Angie Moon reviews Little Wing: The Jimmy McCulloch Story, a photo biography of the famous Scottish guitarist.
Angie Moon reviews the Phil Lynott documentary, Songs For While I'm Away, directed by Emer Reynolds.
Angie Moon reviews Bob Dylan: Outlaw Blues by journalist and BBC radio presenter Spencer Leigh
Angie Moon reviews the new Classic Albums documentary about The Who's 1967 concept album, The Who Sell Out.
Angie Moon shares some music she's been enjoying that has been released within the last few months. A mix of psychedelic rock, dream pop, cosmic country, indie rock, baroque pop, folk, and more!
Angie Moon reviews the first book that follows Bob Dylan on his journeys through London, Bob Dylan in London: Troubadour Tales.
Angie Moon's quarterly roundup of new music featuring stuff from The Pilgrim, Molchat Doma, Donny Benet, Shadow Show, Pete Kosanovich, Monophonics, and more!