Greg Barbrick is a Seattle native who was first published in 1988, in his hometown music magazine, The Rocket. Since then his work has appeared in print and online for numerous sources. He Googles himself so often that his mother told him it would make him go blind.
Marvelous highlights and behind the scenes film of the 1984 BAM presentation of Einstein on the Beach.
A fascinating study of the exploits of the cyber-criminals who called themselves Darkmarket.
The Scenics follow up their debut album a mere 33 years later.
Omnivore Recordings has released a beautiful two-disc, 30th anniversary edition of Bert Jansch's great 1982 album Heartbreak.
A collection of some of the most obscure surf singles ever released.
A great memento of The Beach Boys 50th anniversary tour.
An excellent 15 song introduction to the legendary band Laibach.
Some great LEGO projects are detailed in this new book from the No Starch Press.
Out in stores this year is an excellent 40th anniversary set celebrating Jethro Tull's Thick as a Brick album.
An interesting look at the phenomenon of celebrity trials.