Rich Robinson, best known as the guitarist and co-founder of The Black Crowes with brother Chris, has finally released his long awaited third solo album. Since fans cannot garner new material due to the band’s continued hiatus, Rich Robinson’s The Ceaseless Sight will have to suffice. It’s unavoidable to not
We here at Selective Memory have been recently obsessed over what it known as The Cosmic Barber. Sure the craze of India’s beloved Baba is two years old, but seriously that stuff will never get old. Who is Baba your ask? The Cosmic Barber is a barber/masseuse who channels cosmic energy
Not since the ‘70s have we felt this much grit from a soulstress and Colleen Rennison does just that. The Vancouver actress/vocalist pours forth the sweat and sex from her vocal chords to create a power that stand up there with the likes of Janis Joplin and Suzi Quattro.
Vox Humana may be the greatest synth pop album this side of Depeche Mode. I know this is cliché, but when you listen to this album you will map out its correlation. This album brings back all of the excitement, the fears, and the fragility of Violator. And with that,
Booze & Glory may be some of the best Oi! punk music you will listen to this decade. That may not be too difficult an icon to land being there has not been a dominant Oi! scene since the late ‘70s. But that’s where their hearts are, and you cannot
With today’s congestive lifestyle, it has been a long time since I have been able to sit down and listen to an album for the sole purpose of listening to an album. No computer by my side to distract me with photos of Lil’ Bub or 20 reasons (via photos
I cannot help that in my personal psyche, Bill Reiflin had a large part to do with the mystique that embodies Atomic Bride’s latest EP. Growing up to Reiflin’s magic, listening to these five songs acts like a trigger to something far grandiose than what possibly is presented in reality.