2023 David Bowie World Fan Convention

  NEW YORK DAVID BOWIE WORLD FAN CONVENTION Coming to NYC June 2023 Dates Announced Following Last Month’s Glamorous, Inaugural Liverpool, UK Event * Second international convention marks the anniversaries of Let’s Dance and Aladdin Sane with key players in attendance  * VIP Ticket to offer insider tours of New York and key Bowie landmarks David Bowie World Fan […]

Night Crickets

“… grooves like an interdimensional Little Village if it was formed in the basement of The Pyramid Club. In other words, it’s fantastic.” – Rock and Roll Globe “… a glorious masterwork that incorporates the past, the present, and the imagined future.” – The Big Takeover “groovy, jazzy and danceable, playful and sinister.” – Brooklyn Vegan Serving as […]

Imaad Wasif

To hear the acclaimed Los Angeles singer, guitarist and songwriter Imaad Wasif lay it out, when in 2020 he and producer-musician Bobb Bruno (Best Coast) started working on Wasif’s new album, So Long Mr. Fear, they did so with the determined ferocity of a drill rig boring into a mountainside. “We built a tunnel through […]

Dead Kennedys

Dead Kennedys’ classic 1980 album Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables has been remixed from the original multitrack tapes by Chris Lord-Alge (Chaka Khan, Green Day, Bruce Springsteen). The band’s debut album (original release date: September 2, 1980) is politically incendiary while also wholly musically adept – provocative and often idiosyncratic agit prop lyrics bouncing off […]

Dave Rowntree

Blur drummer Dave Rowntree is very pleased to share his first solo single, “London Bridge.” The track is streaming now via Cooking Vinyl and produced with Leo Abrahams (Wild Beasts, Brian Eno, Ghostpoet). It heralds the start of an exciting new project for Rowntree, over three decades since Blur formed back in 1989. “London Bridge” is an enticing opening statement. Deceptively bright and […]

Alicia Blue

It’s difficult to pin down exact musical influences on Alicia Blue’s Inner Child Work—and that’s exactly how the California singer-songwriter likes it. Although her folk roots are never far from the surface, the album encompasses dreamy indie-rock (“Dog Days in L.A.”), delicate pop meditations (“Saline Waters”), ’90s alternative rock (“Dirty Hippie”), and even Tori Amos-esque […]

Dead Can Dance

Since their inception in Melbourne in 1981, Dead Can Dance have been informed by folk traditions from all over Europe, not just solely in terms of instrumentation, but also by secular, religious and spiritual practices. The story to their forthcoming album Dionysus took shape as Brendan Perry became fascinated by long established spring and harvest […]

She Wants Revenge

She Wants Revenge, the dark-alternative duo who first exploded onto the scene with 2005’s evergreen hit and dance floor classic, “Tear You Apart”, have reformed after a two-and-a-half-year split, with tour dates, a new lineup, and their first album in over 10 years.   For childhood friends Justin Warfield and Adam Bravin, She Wants Revenge […]

Steven Dayvid McKellar

NAMA, by Steven Dayvid McKellar, finds the artist at play in his Southern California flat as a global pandemic rages outside the window. While others were moving out, McKellar left Nashville and moved in with the expressed intention of experiencing La La Land in peak, postapocalyptic distress — a fitting metaphor for a record implicitly […]

ABBA

It began over 50 years ago in Sweden… Ever since their breakthrough with ‘Waterloo’ back in 1974, ABBA’s music has captured the hearts of people all over the world. Today, the songs they created – expertly written and produced by Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus, and interpreted vocally with passion and commitment by Agnetha Fältskog […]