Below I present to you an interview with guitar virtuoso and international touring artist, Tim Palmieri. From Tim’s Website: “Tim Palmieri has made a name for himself as one of the most…
Speaking with Thad McKraken a while back musing on the counter culture, psychedelics, ritual, dreams, art, and etc… We discussed the idea that one of the best ways to explore your own…
From Indie Bohemians: Listen Here Hayride Casualities are a folk-rock outfit out of Brooklyn with a new album, “Fossil Fuel Kid,” coming out soon. As the new album addresses issues of fracking,…
Hey Thad, how’d you hear about Dinsfo.com back in the day? Well, from the band Tool actually. Their website turned me onto amazing shit like Mr. Show and Terrence McKenna as well,…
Admittedly, that’s more than a bit of a click bait headline, but underneath it lies a legitimate inquiry about the nature of human psychology.
It’s Saturday, my day off from ‘ol Citizen’s Cab. And the spawn are off busy with their mom and Uncle – who’s visiting from Texas. So, alone, I biked over to the annual Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival set so sublime amidst San Francisco’s crown jewel, Golden Gate Park.
Marine Craven is the lead singer of the band Voodoo Kills. Marine grew up in a small village in France where her Gypsy parents introduced her to Ouija boards and the Supernatural at a young age. Later, her older brother introduced her to punk and rock n roll.
The Sunday Assembly was started by Sanderson Jones and Pippa Evans, two comedians who were on the way to a gig in Bath when they discovered they both wanted to do something that was like church but totally secular and inclusive of all—no matter what they believed.
Eric Schwartz is a musical satirist. He tours the US and Europe bringing his music to every audience he can find. He’s been playing music and comedy venues nationally for fifteen years
Author’s Note: I have no reputation to maintain and I wrote this earlier today in my underwear without an outline. Blessed be the spirit of the Gonzo! Once upon a time I was…
From the Indie Bohemians: Anthony Marks is a guitarist, songwriter and producer. He’s based in LA and from there originally. Currently, he is the guitarist for Mad Revival and he works on…
Alexandre has everything you want, the academic credentials, the musical background (he could easily show up somewhere with Zeppelin and you’d be like, oh yeah this guy’s with the band, no doubt).
Fan of the Merry Pranksters? Want to learn more about what the movement is? Milton Rosenberg is a poet, creator and Festival Producer. He was on the Merry Prankster Bus in 2014 after successfully applying.
His several notable confrontations with record companies, streaming services, and social media users inspired other artists to both demand artistic freedom and earn their fair share of profits.
Ron Placone and Carmen Morales attend the NAB Conference in Las Vegas. During the conference they create an on-site documentary of a Q & A with FCC Chairman, Tom Wheeler.
This year’s theme is ‘The Known, the Strange and the New’. We’ll be looking for the strange in search of the new.
This week we did a special Record Store Day episode. We recorded this episode in Minneapolis and went to two different stores, the Electric Fetus and Extreme Noise.
Did you know that all official Norwegian diplomats in training have to go through a formal lesson about Norwegian black metal?
The Heavenly States are a rock band out of Austin via the Bay Area. They are the first rock band to ever play Libya.
Hawaiian artist Makana released an unofficial anthem for Bernie Sanders this week that has taken the internet by storm.
when it comes to people stealing ideas, there is a strange ambiguity regarding how much an artist can take from another artist before it constitutes plagiarism.
Armstrong recounts with some pride how his father took part every year in the great parade as a grand marshal. He later explains that all the clubs paraded in New Orleans: “the Odd fellows, the Masons, the Knights of Pythias (my lodge).”
For those who care, their definition of “punk” is probably going to be dictated largely by where and when they grew up.
Of all the ancient music celebrities still around, I didn’t think he would be the next one to check out.
It’s that time of year again: the time where I remind everyone just how rapidly consciousness has been evolving in such an amazingly short period of time. The good news there is…