Yearly Archives: 2019



Peter Murphy Daniel AshDavid JKevin Haskins “Bauhaus always sought to conjure something more esoteric and enigmatic — ‘She’s in Parties,’ ‘Dark Entries,’ ‘Kick in the Eye,’ ‘All We Ever Wanted Was Everything,’ ‘Slice of Life,’ and even the cover of ‘Ziggy Stardust’ (one of the best cover songs of all time) […]

Bauhaus


Andy Rourke has teamed up with British, LA based frontman / guitarist KAV to launch new band “Blitz Vega”.   The band are based between LA & NYC. They recorded their debut Album in LA, produced by Sadaharu Yagi. Music-wise think big driving tracks, guitar hooks, heavy beats, loops and […]

Blitz Vega (feat. Andy Rourke of The Smiths and Kav ...


For Frank Iero, making music has always been a coping mechanism. But it’s also much more than just a way of dealing with the hardships of life – it’s a means of stepping back to take in the hurricane that is life, both in all its glory and devastation and […]

Frank Iero and the Future Violents



iNTeLL BIO Born & raised in Staten Island, New York the eldest son of U-God, from the Wu-Tang Clan, had an upbringing that was far from normal. On March 13th of ’94, while being escorted to a birthday party, a young Dontae Hawkins was shot through the abdomen. The bullet came from a nearby crossfire shooting. After several operations & years of physical […]

GFTD / 2nd Generation WU


Testimony Gloria Gaynor will tell you, “I have more than survived. I have thrived.” Indeed, an optimistic message accentuates her new gospel album, Testimony, and it’s delivered with the exhilarating vocals that have become the legendary performer’s trademark. “I named this album Testimony because that’s what it is. It’s my […]

Gloria Gaynor


Kids Like Us “The most obvious difference with this record was that we said, ‘Fuck the genre labels people want to put on us. We never felt they fit us anyway,” says Alyssa Graham. “We didn’t want to stay within any boundaries. We wanted to just let go and explore, […]

The Grahams


Irish songstress Janet Devlin returns to the big leagues with a brand-new release, ‘Confessional’. Her re-entry to the musical landscape is the start of a slow-burn, long-term engagement with her large and loyal fanbase, followers retained during her tenure on the hit show X Factor (2011), as well as those […]

Janet Devlin



Singer/songwriter/bandleader Josie Cotton hails from Dallas Texas.  In the early 1980s, Cotton had an international hit with “Johnny Are You Queer?” which was included on the soundtrack of the seminal film Valley Girl.  She also appeared in the film with her band the Party Crashers as well as Jackass Number […]

Josie Cotton


J “I definitely wouldn’t say it’s music writing,” says 17 year-old singer/songwriter Julia Bhatt coolly.  “I genuinely just fuck around on the guitar until I play a string of chords that makes me feel good, I guess.”  While it may sound like chance or luck, Julia’s preternatural ability for writing duct-tape sticky […]

Julia Bhatt


Limahl won the hearts of millions of teenage girls in the 80s as the lead singer of Kajagoogoo who stormed to the top of the charts with ‘Too Shy’ and ‘Kaja Mania’ was born. After two more top 20 hits with Kajagoogoo, Limahl and the band parted ways and suddenly […]

Limahl


There is an undercurrent of thoughtful and creative collaboration that runs through all of Tedy’s music. It’s the desire to make a connection, whether it’s between lyrics and melodies, or the reaction from the song to the listener. Tedy has always strived to have a meaningful response to all of […]

Tedy