Today on Blogcritics
Home » Music » Music Genres

Music Genres

‘On the Record with Mick Rock': Legendary Music Photographer on Snoop Dogg and More, OvationTV Show Debuts August 2

On the Record with Mick Rock OvationTV

Mick Rock visits the hometowns of an eclectic assortment of top-tier musicians from different eras in the new OvationTV series debuting this Sunday, August 2. Read More »

‘On the Record with Mick Rock': Legendary Music Photographer Talks Beatles and Bowie as OvationTV Show Debuts August 2

On the Record with Mick Rock OvationTV

Mick Rock visits the hometowns of an eclectic assortment of top-tier musicians from different eras in the new OvationTV series debuting this Sunday, August 2. Read More »

Music Review: Mark Kraus – ‘The Story of Everything’

Mark Kraus 'The Story Of Everything'

Mark Kraus’ return from his musical hiatus is beautiful yet painful. Read More »

Music Review: Winter Calling – ‘As Darkness Falls’

Winter Calling 'As Darkness Falls'

Just like with many first albums, Winter Calling seems to be finding its sound. Read More »

Music Review: Neil Young and Promise of the Real – ‘The Monsanto Years’

Neil Young and Promise of the Real courtesy Warner brothers Records;/Julie Garddner

Neil Young and Promise of the Real hammer home an environmental message. Read More »

Music Review: Bill Evans – ‘The Complete Fantasy Recordings’ A Nine-Disc Box Set (Remastered)

Bill-Evans---2015

Bill Evans is certainly one of the most influential jazz pianists of his era, and his work for Fantasy Records makes why abundantly clear. Read More »

Music Review: Steve Howe – ‘Anthology’

howe

Rhino’s two-disc retrospective of the Yes guitarist’s solo work is a must-have for prog rock enthusiasts. Read More »

An Interview with Rickie Lee Jones

Rickie Lee Jones

The GRAMMY®-winning singer/songwriter discusses her first album of original material in over a decade, The Other Side of Desire, yielding intimate insight to her songwriting process as well as to the emotional honesty that resonates throughout her music. Read More »

The Rockologist: For Your Consideration – Neil Young’s ‘Monsanto Years'; Wilco’s ‘Star Wars'; Rolling Stones At Hyde Park 1969 DVD

wilcostarwars

Neil Young's rabble-rousing protest rock; Wilco's free, beautiful noise; and The Stones' dress rehearsal for Altamont. Read More »

Music Review: Vintage Trouble – ‘1 Hopeful Rd.’

Vintage Trouble 1 Hopeful Rd.

Vintage Trouble plays blues-rock and old-school R&B yet also sounds fresh. About to go on the road with AC/DC, this four-piece is my musical find of the year so far. Read More »