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James O’Connor Well… This question lends itself purely to taste since so many albums, even by incredibly famous bands, were somewhat ignored by the public and critics alike. I’m a musical child of this era, growing up listening to AM, then the fledgling FM radio of the time. From AM came the hits, all day […]

Bob Smith Boston the band saw the height of it’s popularity in the 1970’s but continues to tour and produce music today . The band was essentially three former members of an early group called Freehold in 1969 .Those individuals being Tom Scholz, Barry Goudreau and Jim Masdea . That band would then become known […]

Alex Johnston Although this question is based on a faulty premise, it’s a very interesting query indeed. If we explore it, we can learn some actual music theory. First off, we must dispose of the premise in the question. Hendrix didn’t invent the chord, which is technically a dom7#9. It’s actually the chord in the opening […]

A conversation about the captivating sounds, burgeoning industry, and increasingly global influence of West African pop music, on our podcast The Pitchfork Review. By Pitchfork November 20, 2020 Davido (photo by Brad Barket/Getty Images for 105.1), Wizkid (photo by Joseph Okpako/WireImage), and Burna Boy (photo by Joseph Okpako/WireImage) Over the last several years, American listeners have grown […]

Also stream new releases from Rob Mazurek & Exploding Star Orchestra, Shygirl, Badge Époque Ensemble, and Lindstrom & Prins Thomas By Allison Hussey and Madison Bloom November 20, 2020 Megan Thee Stallion, photo by Emilio Coochie With so much good music being released all the time, it can be hard to determine what to listen to first. Every week, […]

PLAYING TRACKS BY Green Velvet, Black V Neck, Etwas (IT), Rone White, Carlos A, Etwas (IT) and more.

PLAYING TRACKS BY Logg, Love Committee, Dimitri From Paris, Mark Picchiotti, Teena Marie, Loleatta Holloway, The Reflex and more.

Tracklist This show features tracks by Sonny Fodera feat. Shannon Saunders, Dusky, Groove Armada, Catz ‘N Dogz feat. Monty Luke, Claptone and more.

By Billboard Staff 11/18/2020 The sexiest man alive? Well, that would be Michael B. Jordan, of course. The No. 1 heartthrob was presented to the world during Jimmy Kimmel Live on Tuesday night (Nov. 17), with the man of the moment making his entrance disguised in a yellow hazmat suit, and taking a series of questions. Nope, this wasn’t The Masked […]

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