The odds have never been more stacked against a Summer of Love.
It’s almost as important to see the Drive-By Truckers show at the Royale as to join a march in the streets outside.
This year I resolved to do an unapologetic fan experience at Newport Jazz.
The wellsprings of Quilt’s sound are diverse – psychedelics, dream pop, Beach ‘n’ Beatle harmony groups, folk-rock and, I swear, punkoid racket at times.
Vari-Colored Songs was the sweetest boost anyone has given Langston Hughes in decades.
Before Lou Reed and the Velvet Underground, before Iggy Pop, before the New York Dolls, David Bowie was my personal post-’60s music inamorata.
If anyone needs more evidence that graphic memoirs are the equal of purely literary ones, Invisible Ink closes the case for good.
Blues feeling remains as unpredictable as ever. Who would have guessed that its strongest incarnation this year so far would be Ironing Board Sam’s Super Spirit?
Claims that Stephan Micus erases international boundaries and makes one-world music get it backward. You visit his world on his records.