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For this Kansas City, MO psych-rock sextet’s 2015 third album II:Loving Relationship, member W. David Keith directs this highly engaging, beautifully shot, and intricately choreographed 42-minute movie montage. In film parlance, it’s a fun romp!
On a happier day when the situation is behind us all, Claudettes fans can again gather at a currently-cobwebbed nightclub to sing along and bond over the memory of how much this entire covid-19 experience has stunk.
The music on The Outlaw Performance should thrill any fan of classic country music, and Jennings’ spoken interludes make the experience personal.
This 2019 documentary film from director Stanley Nelson tells Miles Davis’ story in his own words, and pulls no punches in the process.
Chicago’s Lamond Manuel is rich in talent and lyrical complexity.
The War & Treaty’s new release “Down To The River” is ready to be your summer soundtrack.
A city where roughly a third of the population considers itself religiously unaffiliated isn’t a place you’d peg as a Christian rock stronghold. But for a few brief years in the post-Nirvana ‘90s, Seattle was, making for strange bedfellows, as told in this new documentary.
Ask any millennial about punk and they’ll most likely name check The Sex Pistols and The Clash, yet The Damned remain ignored and forgotten.
Amid the mohawks and safety pins of late ’70s English punk, The Jam stood apart with their mod style, power pop tendencies and r&b leanings.
The lyrical activism of Gil Scott-Heron is beautifully presented in Black Wax.
Today, a trip to any bar on ’90s night will only assault you with music you thought would be forgotten twenty years later.
Jerry McGill, with his band The Topcoats, released “Lovestruck” and “I Wanna Make Sweet Love” on Sun Records in 1959. Before he died in 2013, McGill claimed to have been arrested 97 times. What occurred in between is the subject of this compelling and unsettling film.