Mike

Author Archives: Mike

June 4, 2015

Bobby Long Offers Ode To Thinking

British singer-songwriter-guitarist Bobby Long, who is known for his powerfully evocative lyrics set to haunting melodies, has signed an agreement with Compass Records for the release of his new album, ODE TO THINKING. The CD will arrive worldwide on August 7 with U.S. and international tour dates scheduled to support the release.

Continue reading
June 4, 2015

Motörhead To Bring Bad Magic

Motörhead’s 22nd studio album, Bad Magic is coming! Bristling with thunderous attitude, pioneering spirit and some of the fiercest rhythms and riffs that’ll beat your ears into submission this year, Bad Magic is a massive kick in the teeth for anyone who dared believe it might be otherwise. Indeed, if those people still remain, they would do well to grab some big fat earplugs, fall to their knees and pray like buggery, because big-rig head crushers like “Thunder And Lightning” and the especially l-o-u-d “Teach‘Em How To Bleed” show that Motörhead are as strong, mean, loud, relentless, uncompromising and goddam heavy as ever.

Continue reading
June 4, 2015

Muse’s “Dead Inside” Still #1

“Dead Inside” the first single from Muse’s forthcoming seventh studio album – Drones – holds its reign on the top of the Mediabase and Billboard Modern Rock Charts this week for the fourth consecutive week. “Dead Inside” is the trio’s fourth #1 song. Muse holds the record for number of weeks at #1 with their song “Madness” which set the record back in 2012. Warner Bros. Records will release Drones on June 8th.

Continue reading
June 3, 2015

Felix Da Housecat Offers Narrative

Felix Da Housecat is back with a brand new album Narrative Of Thee Blast Illusion out July 10th on New York’s No Shame imprint. The follow up to 2011’s Son of Analog, Narrative Of Thee Blast Illusion sees the Chicago-bred, two-time Grammy Award nominated DJ/Producer/Remixer return to the fore with his most soulful and introspective record to date.

Continue reading
June 3, 2015

Louise Harrison Looks At Beatlemania

By the summer of 1965, Beatlemania had gripped the world, with fandom reaching the highest pinnacles of society. The Beatles had played for presidents, heads of state, and accepted a command performance from Queen Elizabeth II. So great was the Fab Four’s rising fame that, in June of 1965, they were named Members of the British Empire–a high honor for four kids from Liverpool. Now, on the cusp of the 50th Anniversary of their MBE induction, one person close to them is looking back at Beatlemania.

Continue reading