My First Record: Ronnie Kwasman of Margot and the Nuclear So and So’s | TVD Memphis Well, this might completely destroy what’s left of my “indie credibility”, but the first vinyl record I ever purchased with my own money was an album by Styx, it was called Pieces of Eight. Let me start off by […]
DIY Strat (and other guitar projects). Stu Morrow does it again! This time he rescues my beloved AKG headphones from the trash bin. Much respect.
As the world and my daily routine have become increasingly compressed and transparent, I’ve been impressed by just how quickly things can be done (and in some cases, completely and irrevocably destroyed) by the Internet. Yesterday’s Gawker headlines contained no less than five stories about people who’ve either done wonderful things on the web, or […]
Do you know why Ringo Starr had “blisters on his fingers”? I do. It’s because Paul McCartney learned to play drums, and Ringo hadn’t touched his kit in a long, long time. His callouses were history. Read the full update via News, Info, Updates, Etc. | Black Sunshine Media.
The March 4, 2013 update features a video, the Playskool Rocktivity Sit, Crawl and Stand Band Activity Arch, possible karaoke misgivings, busted headphones, and saving the hard stuff for the end. Click here to read the full update.
Aztec Hearts News, Info, Updates, Etc. The weekly update featuring a mini-rant about drum machines and the progress of the new record.
Here’s what we have cookin’ – to be served up in the near future. Audio As Bob of Bob and Ron’s Record Club wrote, “Everybody at some time looks at their [record collections] and says, ‘I don’t know what to play, I don’t want to listen to any of it.’” That’s no longer a problem, […]
If rock bands have a “death and taxes” equivalent, it could be “cover songs and substance abuse.” There are certainly loads of bands who have never recorded a cover song, but literally every single rock musician has at some point in their lives, learned how to play by copying their heroes, and in many cases, […]