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“I Like To Think That We’re Still Free” NYC’s Most Prolific Drummer Linda Pitmon On Playing With Her Heroes And Staying Creative In The Post Apocalypse

Without a doubt the most prolific and well-connected drummer in what remains a vibrant New York City music scene (despite what the other sites will tell you), Linda Pitmon has collabed with everyone from Sleater Kinney and REM members in… Continue Reading →

Dallas Acid: Meditation Music For the Fringes

Far back in the misty, decadent crevices of mid-2000s North Brooklyn there existed a ragtag, elegantly bearded band of Stones-worshipers that just about made it. Just about but not quite. The band in question was VietNam, a Michael Gerner-led gaggle… Continue Reading →

Fixing Paul McCartney’s Solo Career

Look, the early solo years of the four Beatles didn’t have to be a competition. In the free-thinking, flower power spirit of that time the formerly fabz could have collaborated on and complimented one another on their early forays into… Continue Reading →

The Madcap Rated, Complete Syd Barrett Volume 11: “The Gnome”

“The Gnome” is one of the handful of Barrett tracks that, on first spin, sounds as if it could be a rare throwaway ditty designed to fill up contractual space on an album. A chorus-free, jaunty parable about elves set… Continue Reading →

An Exhaustive Ode To Australian Indie Rock

Vacationing on Kitty Miller Bay is still a goal of mine despite the horrific images of not only beds (shoutout Midnight Oil) but the land itself burning to a crisp along with animals and humans in the vicinity. A clip… Continue Reading →

The Madcap Rated, Complete Syd Barrett Volume 9: “Pow R. Toc H.”

“Pow R. Toc H.” by Pink Floyd, Released August 5th, 1967 Has there ever been a more unlikely pioneer of something than Syd Barrett and his early use of beatboxing? And by “early” we mean “1967”, nearly a full decade… Continue Reading →

Meet Your New Drugdealer On Today’s Track Of The Day

The LA collective known as Drugdealer exists in a highly pleasurable realm where Strawberry Alarm Clock became as big as The Beatles and the summer of ’66 (the real summer of love) never ended. Michael Collins, the main stay and… Continue Reading →

From The Vaults: Atomic Forest And Their Trippy, Urban, Southeast Asian Blues

It has to be tough to be a “psychedelic” rock band in India. Anyone who has ever set foot on this dusty, sacred ground knows that day-to-day, minute-to-minute life is infinitely trippier than anything The Incredible String Band ever dreamed…. Continue Reading →

George Harrison’s All Things Must Pass: The Biggest Fuck Up Of The Classic Rock Era

  We will kick things off here by stating this: George Harrison’s post-Beatles mega-opus All Things Must Pass is easily one of the greatest albums ever conceived, searching and sublime, eternally warm and glowing, a pastoral epic that deftly dodges… Continue Reading →

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