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Underground Girl Rockers Luscious Jackson’s New Song “Are You Ready”

Underground girl-rock band Luscious Jackson made their concert debut in 1992, opening for the Beastie Boys and Cypress Hill. Their award-winning first EP came out the same year on the Beasties’ Grand Royal label. Their 1994 album Natural Ingredients would become an indie landmark. The band would tour heavily and drop four more releases before breaking up … Continue reading »

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Underground Girl Rockers Luscious Jackson's New Song "Are You Ready"

Underground girl-rock band Luscious Jackson made their concert debut in 1992, opening for the Beastie Boys and Cypress Hill. Their award-winning first EP came out the same year on the Beasties’ Grand Royal label. Their 1994 album Natural Ingredients would become an indie landmark. The band would tour heavily and drop four more releases before breaking up … Continue reading »

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The Softer Side of Jimi Hendrix: Love Songs from The World’s Greatest Guitar Player

Jimi Hendrix is known as the greatest guitar player of all time. Famous hits “Purple Haze”, “Voodoo Chile”, “Crosstown Traffic” and “All Along The Watchtower” are hard-hitting, electric and technically brilliant. The softer side of Jimi is lesser-known, and (in my humble opinion) much deeper. The third side of the 1968 album Electric Ladyland is emotional … Continue reading »

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Happy Birthday Sid Vicious! A Tribute To The Sex Pistols

With only two years and one studio album, the Sex Pistols made themselves punk royalty. In a riveting feat the first commercially successful punk band soared to the top then self-destructed as nations watched on TV. Vocalist Johnny Rotten, bass-player Sid Vicious, guitarist Steve Jones and drummer Paul Cook were humbly born kids from London. … Continue reading »

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