Dateline: Laurel, Indiana
Unreformed hawkish Hoosier hillbilly Al Barger runs the still squeezin' down the psychodelic Kentucky moonshine at More Things. What with the paranoid religious visions, the Pentecostal music, visions of God and anarchy running amok and such, somebody oughta call the cops to report his out of control freedom of conscience. Till they come to take him away somewhere where he can't hurt anyone else, you can check out his weekly column of new album releases.
A good hook and a comprehensible lyrical point will do you more good than a MySpace blog for "Pip" or "Isabel."
James B. Davis Sr., founder of the Dixie Hummingbirds, has joined the heavenly choir.
Ry Cooder produces a Mavis Staples record, including back from Ladysmith Black Mambazo
Trent Reznor or no, SOMETHING in the water is corrupting the purity of our precious bodily fluids.
This crucifixion by the Rutgers team and their pimps was absolutely malicious and far worse than anything Imus did.
Christopher Titus made one of the best sitcoms ever, so I might be interested in hearing from The Fifth Annual End of the World Tour
Top thing to take a chance on is a vicious rock band from Nashville, plus Hilary Duff is not a stupid spoiled whore
Macy Gray is surely the greatest R&B female artist of her generation, and all hail Ego Plum and The Rat King.
My Chemical Romance fans: Put your minds to it, knuckle down, buckle down, do it, do it, do it!
Johnny Marr joins Modest Mouse, and hot three way action with Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard and Ray Price.