Angie Moon reviews Strat!, a biography about Tony Stratton Smith: manager and owner of Charisma Records.
The history of androgynous fashion from the 1800s with dandies and dress reform to the classic rock era: 60s dandies/peacocks, glam rock, new romantics, and goths.
Angie Moon interviews poet Sam Ophelia Endavour, who has a new poetry book called Eyes of Disobedience out now.
Angie Moon interviews Chicago based psychedelic rock musician Keith Lannon.
Angie Moon interviews Susan Surftone, a surf rock musician from New York, now based in Portland. She is one of only a few female lead guitarists in surf rock!
Angie Moon writes about LGBT musicians of the 90s like Ani DiFranco, Billie Joe Armstrong, Corin Tucker, Jill Sobule, Lance Bass, Laura Jane Grace, k.d. lang, Ricky Martin, and more!
Part 2 of a tribute to women in rock music for Women's History Month. In this blog post, we cover the 70s to the Riot Grrrl movement of the 90s.
To celebrate women's history month, we are sharing 31 feminist moments in rock history. Part one is about the early/pre-rock and roll years through the 70s.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Woodstock, Angie Moon analyses the diversity of the musicians who played at Woodstock looking at gender, race, sexuality, and nationality.
RuPaul's Drag Race is well known for the Lipsync For Your Life elimination. Here is a list of lipsync worthy classic rock songs from 20 musicians.