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Rolling Stone - Spoon Goes Dub: Inside the New Remix Project 'Lucifer on the Moon'
Britt Daniel and legendary U.K. dub producer Adrian Sherwood talk about their remake of Spoon's Lucifer on the Sofa, and the long history of dub/rock crossover





The Hype Magazine - El Gant: Into The Light
'Leave It Alone' follows right on the heels of 'Let The Lions Roar' - Tell me a lil bit about this joint...





Analog Planet - Steve Hackett Revisits the Roots of Genesis' Seconds Out and More on Vinyl Both Virgin and New, Part I
Legacy is such a heavy word when it comes to analyzing and appreciating the recorded canon of 20th century rock & roll as we make our way through the first quarter of century 21. British guitar iconoclast Steve Hackett, a key member of Genesis during their 1970s heyday who's since forged a formidable solo career after he left that progressive-leaning group 45 years ago, can attest to that concept firsthand...





BraveWords - SAGA's IAN CHRICHTON: 'The SIX BY SIX Band Is More Rock-Prog-Psychedelic'
What truly is progressive music? Each month BraveWords will aim to dissect that answer with a thorough overview of the current musical climate that is the prog world. Old and new, borrowed and blue. A musical community without borders. So watch for a steady and spaced-out array of features...





Bass Magazine - Janek Gwizdala: Stepping Tones
Gwizdala and his Trio Pivot to a New Path on One Way Out





Triple M - Noiseworks' Jon Stevens Unpacks New Single 'Heart & Soul'
Their First New Release In 30 Years!





The Guardian - The Mars Volta: 'The most revolutionary thing we could do was to make a pop record'
After their 2013 split left fans in shock, Cedric Bixler-Zavala and Omar Rodriguez-Lopez reveal how the Church of Scientology drove them apart - and inspired their surprise new album





Rock Sound Magazine - This Is The Anatomy Of Hot Milk's New EP 'The King And Queen Of Gasoline'
Another step on the band's journey to the top.





Times of Malta - Steve Hackett on his musical journeys with Genesis and beyond
Steve Hackett has been almost 60 years in the scene, releasing six studio albums with one of the greatest bands of all time, as well as some 28 solo albums, besides featuring in a super-group and various other projects. His style should not be just confined to prog/symphonic rock; nor should he...





Ultimate Classic Rock - Jon Anderson Remembers Yes' 'Remarkable' Drummer Alan White
Former Yes vocalist shares memories of working with his late bandmate and also stories about Peter Gabriel and King Crimson during a July 2022 interview.





BraveWords - OZZY OSBOURNE Shares video For New Single 'Degradation Rules' Featuring TONY IOMMI
On Friday, July 22nd, Ozzy Osbourne will release his new single, 'Degradation Rules', which features a guest appearance by Black Sabbath bandmate Tony Iommi. Check out the video for the track below. The song is taken from Ozzy's new album, Patient Number 9.





Bass Magazine - Jack White: A Different Stripe
With a fresh sound and a newfound passion for bass, Jack White takes his riffs to the deep end on two new solo albums





LouderSound - Bill Ward has made a masterpiece and no one wants to release it
Bill Ward was an integral part of Black Sabbath and of heavy metal's genesis. In conversation with Classic Rock, he reflects on his eventful life thus far and his piles of unreleased albums





Noise11 - Australians at Glastonbury: Crowded House
Neil Finn took the opportunity at Glastonbury 2022 to showcase over 40 years of his catalogue, dating back to 1980's 'I Got You' through to the 2021's 'Dreamers Are Waiting'.





Rolling Stone - Bassist Doug Wimbish on Nearly Joining the Stones and Madonna's Insane 'Erotica' Party
The veteran musician also reflects on his sessions with Sugar Hill Records, gigging with Lauryn Hill and Carly Simon, and the special chemistry of Living Colour





KVNF Public Radio - Talkin' Music: Michael Franti
Taya Jae had the opportunity to interview Activist and Musician Michael Franti before his sold out show in Aspen.





VICE - We Talked to George Clinton About Gifts for Music and Sci-Fi Lovers
The only person as cool as our daddy is Parliament-Funkadelic's iconic frontman, so we asked the musician and painter for fatherly advice.





Guitar Player - 'When You're a Guitar Player, You Can Really Hear How the Differences Matter': Jack White Talks Creativity and Gear
With his latest album - 'Fear of the Dawn' - chock-full of unique tones, the guitarist fills us in on the details of his customized hardware.





Preview - Q&A: Iranian pop legend Ebi talks getting healthy, loving Peter Gabriel and not retiring ahead of Sugar Land date
'Usually, I have just a little bit of cognac to help me relax.'





Echo - Life Q&A: Shane and The Host
TALLAGHT musician Shane O Fearghail has firmly set down roots in the Austrian capital, Vienna, over the last decade, but he skilfully creates music with Irish traditions at the forefront of his songs. Over the years, Shane, who grew up in Balrothery, has explored the Celtic links between Ireland and Austria, but for his next [...]





Icon Vs. Icon - Exclusive Premiere: 'Nearsighted' by Daniel Corey
Though he's just released his first-ever single as a musical artist, LA-based singer/songwriter/guitarist Daniel Corey is hardly a stranger to the entertainment world. Already an accomplished writer and graphic artist, Corey (also known by the moniker, DangerKatt) has been netting dozens of awards for his screenplays and assorted writings, and penning titles such as 'Moriarty' ...





The Good Men Project - Martin Barre: On Jethro Tull, Mountain, the Beatles
His current Martin Barre Band has drawn rave reviews from his fans, young and old while bringing a revived interest in his vast solo work since leaving JT nearly 10 years ago.





Boulder Weekly - Steve Hackett carries on
They say that a band can best secure its legacy by knowing when it's time to go out, even if most of the people saying that aren't actually in a band and have day jobs and have something worthwhile to do the next day, while their freshly retired musician idols may not. The final curtain ...





Talkhouse - Mark Stewart (The Pop Group) and Algiers Talk Post-Punk, Past, Present and Future
A discussion of the history and evolution of the label, and more.





LouderSound - Rudolf Schenker: 'Scorpions soundtracked the most peaceful revolution on Earth'
Scorpions guitarist Rudolf Schenker on partying with rock'n'roll royalty, surviving grunge and making rock history



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