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Book Review: The Heebie-Jeebies At CBGB’S – A Secret History of Jewish Punk by Steven Lee Beeber

Discover your inner shpilkes. Read More »

Music Review: Motorhead – Kiss of Death

Lemmy and company are back with another full-out assault on the cognitive and auditory faculties. Read More »

DVD Review: Led Zeppelin – The Origin of the Species

"A critical review of the band's roots and branches." Read More »

Book Review: Producing Hit Records – Secrets From the Studio by David John Farinella

If you want to become a producer, Farinella's writing could provide the road map. Read More »

Book Review: Ableton Live 5 – Tips and Tricks by Martin Delaney

An experienced Live user tells all he knows. Read More »

Book Review: F.U.B.A.R. – America’s Right-Wing Nightmare by Sam Seder and Stephen Sherrill

An amusing read for the target audience, or a means by which to win converts? Read More »

DVD Review: Talmage Farlow

The subject is now in the pantheon of jazz greats, and a true inspiration to plank spankers everywhere. Read More »

CD Review: Mellowicious! by Marshall Chapman

Oh, how it used to be. Marshall Chapman used to deliver hard-edged rock and roll back in the late ’70s and early ’80s. Now I guess she’s become, according to the title of the CD, mellow. This is Marshall Chapman light. If I had a copy of Goodbye, Little Rock and Roller (2003), the autobiographical book, by Marshall, maybe I’d ... Read More »

CD Review: New Used Car – Sue Foley

If you want derivative songs and outdated cliches, this CD will, um... sock it to you. Read More »

DVD Review: Living Out Of Time (Live) — Robin Trower

If something is good once, is it good forever? Read More »