The Shadows and the Light, the new album from Chicago drummer Quin Kirchner, is an eclectic collection of freewheeling studio performances with a diverse range of sounds. On its second track, “Batá Chop,” the album features influences of West African batá drum and traces of Afro-Cuban drumming (which Kirchner learned as a teenager while studying […]
Forty-seven years after Harvey Mandel played Woodstock with Canned Heat, Snake Pit could be the record that finally gets the guitarist his due.
On the eve of a tour to support her breakout record, Bury Me at Makeout Creek, this Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter talks to Brian Sulpizio of Health & Beauty.
He’s tried punk, noise, and Fahey-style fingerpicking, but he’s about to reach his biggest audience yet with the jazzy, open-ended folk-rock on his new album.
A folk chanteuse who soulfully sublimates her noisy past into transcendent performances full of pained howls and delicate melodies
Last week local recording engineer Brian Sulpizio sued Mines’ main man Bill Satek on Judge Mathis, and that clip is finally on YouTube for your viewing pleasure.
Bill Satek of Mines appears on today’s episode of Judge Mathis.
Plus a Q&A with front man Bill Satek to learn more about the band’s beginnings, his career as a pipe fitter, and his youthful days spent waiting for Raekwon’s Only Built 4 Cuban Linx.
Current musical obsessions of John Corbett of Corbett vs. Dempsey and filmmaker Brian Ashby