The hills of Laurel Canyon might not be the first place you'd think to look for a gritty soul band like Vintage Trouble. But one thing that gives the band's rollicking, old-school flavor some authenticity is their decision to rehearse at their drummer Richard Danielson's house there, pitted inside a ... More >>
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Funk pioneer Sly Stone announced in the New York Post this week that he's homeless. Fans are lamenting Stone's predicament, but we see it as karmic retribution for the annoying omnipresence of his music (those who have heard "Everyday People" 90 times during a morning commute can relate).
BY COLE HADDONOn January 26, the world celebrates Australia Day. This week, in honor of the only country we can think of with its own international holiday, we celebrate ten essentials of Aussie rock.The Living End, "Prisoner of Society": The Living End (pictured) is Australia's greatest punk-rock b ... More >>
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