The Rolling Stones’ 50th Anniversary Edition of ‘Beggars Banquet’ is Out Now (Listen)

The Rolling Stones’ 50th Anniversary Edition of ‘Beggars Banquet’ is Out Now (Listen)

1968 was a banner year for music, that much is certain. In the past couple of weeks alone, we’ve seen special 50th anniversary releases of Small Faces’ Ogdens’ Nut Gone Flake (read our feature here), the Kinks‘ The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society (read our feature here), the Jimi Hendrix Experience‘s Electric Ladyland […]

Rolling Stones U.S. Tour News Seems Imminent, Based on the Band’s Latest Tease

Rolling Stones U.S. Tour News Seems Imminent, Based on the Band’s Latest Tease

After their iconic logo quietly appeared on a couple of NFL stadiums in early November, the Rolling Stones appear to be on the verge of making a big announcement regarding potential touring in the United States. This was posted by the band’s social media pages on Thursday: 👄 pic.twitter.com/fDeWOYpY46 — The Rolling Stones (@RollingStones) November […]

Out Now: Marianne Faithfull’s Deeply Personal New Album ‘Negative Capability’

Out Now: Marianne Faithfull’s Deeply Personal New Album ‘Negative Capability’

Marianne Faithfull released her 21st studio album, Negative Capability, on Nov. 2. To say it’s a “personal” record, as the headline on this article does, is an understatement — throughout the album, which features songs she crafted with the likes of Nick Cave, Mark Lanegan, Nic Harcourt and others, themes of self-reflection and heartache are […]

Happy Life! An Interview With Renowned Music-Art Illustrator Mike DuBois

Happy Life! An Interview With Renowned Music-Art Illustrator Mike DuBois

WOODSTOCK, NEW YORK – Often described as a visionary in the artistry of “music and concert posters,” the vast artworks of Mike DuBois are widely known throughout the music-art community and beyond. As a poster illustrator, painter, fantasy artist and tie-dyed t-shirt producer, Mike has created an unmistakable style and built a unique brand, having […]

50th Anniversary Edition of Jean-Luc Godard’s 1968 Rolling Stones Film ‘Sympathy for the Devil’ Coming Soon

50th Anniversary Edition of Jean-Luc Godard’s 1968 Rolling Stones Film ‘Sympathy for the Devil’ Coming Soon

The 1968 Rolling Stones film Sympathy for the Devil captured the band‘s creative process, as presented by director Jean-Luc Godard. This year marks the movie’s 50th anniversary, and ABKCO Films has digitally restored the video, and will re-release it on DVD/Blu-ray on October 5.     In-studio footage documented the band recording parts of the […]

Q&A: Band Chemistry, the Greatest Rock Riffs and Our ‘Cultural Black Hole’ with the Magpie Salute’s Rich Robinson

Q&A: Band Chemistry, the Greatest Rock Riffs and Our ‘Cultural Black Hole’ with the Magpie Salute’s Rich Robinson

Sophomore jinx? Not a chance. Fresh from a seasoned slate of live dates peppered around the country, High Water I, the sophomore album by the Magpie Salute, whites out the band’s confident debut long player and imbues the follow up with an incendiary collection of tunes ready made for the concert stage. Guitarist Rich Robinson, […]

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