Roth’s Scorpions Revisited Will Impress Scorpions Fans And Rock Purists Alike

Photo Courtesy: UDR Review By: Philip Sayblack More often than not, when asked to name a song by veteran rock band Scorpions, the first answer given in response is the song ‘Rock You Like a Hurricane.’ It should be emphasized that this is the common response by those not familiar with the band’s extensive body of work. Those that are more familiar with the band’s catalogue will avow that...

March 23rd, 2015

Matty’s Interview with Ben Nairne, Guitarist of In Hearts Wake

Interview By: Matty In Hearts Wake, out of Byron Bay, Australia is: Jake Taylor, unclean vocals Ben Nairne, guitars Eaven Dall, guitars, Kyle Erich, bass/clean vocals (currently have a temporary drummer on tour) Contributor’s Note:  I have heard about the rising post-hardcore/metal band In Hearts Wake through several friends that share the same passion for the hardcore scene that I...

March 23rd, 2015

MLB Productions’ Giants World Series Film Is A Giant Hit For Team’s Fans

Photo Courtesy: MLB Productions/Lionsgate Review By: Philip Sayblack The countdown is on.  Spring training is winding down and opening day is now only days away.  In anticipation of Major League Baseball’s 2015 season, MLB Productions has just the thing to get fans–San Francisco Giants at least–into the mood for the upcoming season.  While it was released late last year, MLB Productions’...

March 23rd, 2015

Sony Legacy’s Latest Hendrix Profile Is One Of The Best Overall Albums Of 2015

Courtesy: Sony Legacy/Experience Hendrix, LLC By: Philip Sayblack Sony Legacy’s new record You Can’t Use My Name is one of this year’s best new records. It is also one of the most important pieces of music history to be released in a long time. The record is a compilation of songs on which legendary guitarist Jimi Hendrix lended his talents during his short stint with Curtis Knight and the...

March 21st, 2015

Matty’s Conversation with “The Money Man” Eddie Money

By: Matty Contributor’s Note:  It’s not everyday that a contributor gets to talk to someone that has influenced a lot of careers in music.  It’s not everyday that I have the pleasure to talk to a person that is so appreciative of the history of rock music, his fans, and being as down to Earth for a man that has sold almost 40 million records in his decorated career.  Eddie...

March 19th, 2015

Dying Of The Light Is One Of Nicholas Cage’s Rare Hits By: Philip Sayblack

Photo Courtesy: Lionsgate Review by: Philip Sayblack Nicholas Cage has never been known as one of Hollywood’s top names over the course of his career. Cage has some hits under his belt including the likes of the National Treasure franchise, Amos & Andy, and Face/Off just to name a handful. He has also had his share of misses throughout this career. Some of his lesser films include the likes...

March 17th, 2015

MOTOR SISTER “RIDE” CD REVIEW BY: Philip Sayblack

Photo Courtesy: Metal Blade Records Review by: Philip Sayblack Covers albums in the music industry’s current age are not what they used to be. At one point many years ago, cover albums were something significant. That’s because they were not churned out as quickly and as effortlessly as they are today. They have today become little more than obligatory space fillers used to fill...

March 17th, 2015

“Sick Talk”, Our Sick Conversation with Mikey Lopez, guitarist of 9Electric By: Matty

By: Matty 9Electric, out of Los Angeles, California is: Ron Thunderwood on vocals Mikey Lopez on guitars Casey DC on bass Micah Electric on drums/programming Find 9Electric on Facebook here and find 9Electric on Twitter here Contributor’s Note:  A band/recording artist has to really stick out like a sore thumb in order to make it out of Los Angeles in the music industry.  Sometimes it takes...

March 17th, 2015

“Of Beauty And Rage” Tour: Featuring Red with Islander, 3 Years Hollow, and Romantic Rebel By: Matty

By: Matty Saturday, March 14th, 2015 “Of Beauty And Rage” Tour:  Featuring Red with Islander, 3 Years Hollow, and Romantic Rebel live at POV’s 65 in Spring Lake Park, Minnesota It was a beautiful day with spring and a calm, cool breeze over the Upper Midwest skies of a beautiful suburb of Minneapolis, Minnesota.  It was an amazing night of music featuring hard-rock heavyweights...

March 16th, 2015

DANIEL TIGER’S NEIGHBORHOOD: BIG BROTHER DANIEL REVIEW BY: Philip Sayblack

Courtesy: PBS Distribution/PBS/PBS Kids Review written by: Philip Sayblack Twelve years ago, the world lost one of its most important figures when Fred Rogers passed away.  Rodgers was one of those very rare figures that was the same in front of the camera as he was away from the set of his beloved series Mister Rodgers’ Neighborhood.  That is evident in the 2012 documentary Mr. Rodgers &...

March 16th, 2015