Women of the Night are a NYC based protopunk/garage rock band. Angie Moon talks to the band about their sound, inspirations, and more.
First it was vinyl and now it's cassette tapes. What's next, 8 tracks? In this post, I weigh in on the revival of the cassette tape: that portable and maybe iconic music format.
Here's part two of our series on Country rock and musicians who inspired it like Johnny Cash, Loretta Lynn, Roy Orbison, Willie Nelson, and more.
A track by track review of Greta Van Fleet's new album Anthem of the Peaceful Army.
Northampton band The Keepers have released their first single on vinyl, "You're All I Need". Angie Moon reviews it.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame have announced their list of nominees for induction. Here's my opinion on their list.
I’m always looking at YouTube. Like a lot of millennials, I don’t have cable, too expensive and it’s redundant. Bruce Springsteen said it well, “There’s 57 channels and nothin’ on.” Or more like “In the future there will be 500 …