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.
Flannel Lives! The story of Seattle Grunge Music told by the people who were there.
El Duce's solo record is finally reissued, mutants of the world rejoice!
The real story of David Bowie's time in Berlin.
Iconic convenience store company 7-11 goes Yuppie. Sales immediately plunge.
Fascinating inside account of a boy growing up in Germany during World War Two.
Weather Report's classic Heavy Weather reissued on heavy 180 gram vinyl. Time to dig out the turntable.
A sure cure for the music industry's ills: bring back the drum solo!
Dio fronts Black Sabbath again, and have released one of 2009's best metal albums as Heaven And Hell.
Miles Davis' landmark Bitches Brew album sounds better than ever on new audiophile vinyl release.
Herbie Hancock's 1974 album Thrust sounds so good on audiophile vinyl, you may wonder why you ever switched over to CDs.