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DVD Review: ‘The Last Pogo Jumps Again’ – Punk Toronto Lives

The Last Pogo

The Last Pogo is a brilliant documentary recounting the people and places of Toronto Canada's punk rock scene from 1976-78. Read More »

Music Reviews: ASG, Dio, Dust, and Saxon

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Saxon's excellent 20th full-length, a deluxe edition of a concept album by the late, great Dio, and a rediscovered gem by Dust are among the highlights. Read More »

Music Review: The Guns – The Guns Double LP

Give a listen to a seminal punk band that never broke and yet broke all the molds to create some damn fine songs. Read More »

Music Review: Phil Spector – Wall Of Sound: The Very Best Of Phil Spector 1961-1966

Phil Spector's Wall Of Sound turns 50. Read More »

A Musical Ode To Spain, The World Cup, Mel Gibson, and Lindsay Lohan

Turning Twitter trending topics into a musical... Read More »

A Return to Rock Rock Rockaway Beach

I have very fond memories of going to Rockaway Beach, but that was a long time ago in a place that seems very far, far away. Read More »

VCV: Pearl Jam – “I Believe in Miracles”

Welcome back, Katie. We missed you. Read More »

Book Review: Blues & Chaos: The Music Writing of Robert Palmer Edited by Anthony DeCurtis

"When people move, their demons tend to travel with them." – Robbie Robertson Read More »

Book Review/Interview: Poisoned Heart: I Married Dee Dee Ramone (the Ramones Years) by Vera Ramone King

This bio is more than your standard look at the New York City Punk scene of the late 1970s. Read More »