JOEY DANGER Converses with MUEN Magazine on International Fashion Film Festival and Making the Music Video for “Surrender”

Editor’s Note:  It was such a fantastic time conversing with Joey Danger about his EP “Lust & Vulgarity”, along with his award-winning music video for “Surrender”.  We learned how much attention to detail one has to be in order to create a memorable music video, and Joey Danger certainly did that when he created the music video for “Surrender”.  He...

January 31st, 2019

ERIC SCHENKMAN of SPIN DOCTORS Discusses “Who Shot John” with MUEN Magazine!

Contributor’s Note:  It was such a fun time conversing with Eric Schenkman, who is the guitarist for 90’s alternative rock group Spin Doctors about his release “Who Shot John”.  It was really neat getting to listen to him divulge about how he writes music and how he approached a few of Spin Doctors’ famous songs of the 1990’s.  Those that know me know that the 1990’s is my favorite...

January 28th, 2019

Corroded Will Leave Listeners Feeling Anything But Bitter On Its Latest LP

Courtesy: Despotz Records By Philip Sayblack Hard rock outfit Corroded released its latest full-length studio recording this week, and the album, Bitter, is another strong new offering from the veteran Swedish band.  Front man Jens Westlin explained the album’s title “comes from observing how the social climate is around the world right now…Everyone’s so dissatisfied and thinks that everyone...

January 27th, 2019

Shout! Factory’s ‘Dirty Rotten Scoundrels’ Re-Issue Is Anything But Rotten

Courtesy: MGM/Shout! Factory By Philip Sayblack Later this spring, MGM Studios is going to release a not-so-new movie to theaters titled The Hustle.  The movie, which stars the trio of Rebel Wilson, Anne Hathaway and Alex Sharp, is nothing more than a re-imagining of the same studio’s timeless 1988 comedy Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, which saw the great Michael Caine and Steve Martin joined by Glenne...

January 27th, 2019

Disney’s ‘Nutcracker’ Adaptation Fails To Live Up To The Legacy Of Its Source Material

Courtesy: Walt Disney Studios By Philip Sayblack More than two centuries ago, famed composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky first premiered his now beloved musical work, “The Nutcracker.” In the almost 220 years since it first premiered, it has been adapted into the famed ballet “The Nutcracker Suite” and countless other adaptations on the big and small screen.  Some have been okay while others,...

January 26th, 2019

‘NOVA: Last B-24’ Succeeds In Its Mission To Entertain, Engage Audiences

Courtesy: PBS/PBS Distribution By Philip Sayblack American audiences love drama.  A single run through any TV carrier’s lineup provides solid proof of that statement.  From Scandal to New Amsterdam to Criminal Minds to Empire to Black Mirror and more, drama is big business.  The thing is that none of the dramas noted here nor their unmentioned counterparts are real.  They are fiction. ...

January 26th, 2019

Overkill Continues “Welcome To The Garden State” Docu-Series With New Video

Courtesy: Nuclear Blast Records By Philip Sayblack Overkill has released another video in its ongoing “Welcome to the Garden State” docu-series. The latest video in the series, which is being used to promote the band’s forthcoming album The Wings of War, finds the band this time, discussing the difference between the West Coast sound and the East Coast sound. Front man Bobby Blitz explained...

January 25th, 2019

Bravo Delta Unveils Debut EP’s Lead Single; Announces Live Dates

By Philip Sayblack Courtesy: Bravo Delta Music/O'Donnell Music Group Hard rock band Bravo Delta will release its debut album next month, and in anticipation, has debuted the video for the album’s lead single. The band debuted the video for its new single ‘Unbreakable‘ on Jan. 13. The song is the title song from the upcoming record, which is due out Feb. 1.  The album’s track listing is...

January 22nd, 2019

‘Bad Reputation’ Is A “Good” New Tribute To A Rock Legend

Courtesy: Magnolia Pictures By Philip Sayblack Joan Jett is one of the most important figures in the modern history of rock music.  From her days with The Runaways to her time with The Blackhearts, she has blazed a trail for countless musicians while also making remaining active in a variety of causes.  Now thanks to Magnolia Pictures, Jett is getting the recognition that she has deserved for such...

January 20th, 2019

(EP Review) “Kill The Sun” by CANE HILL

From the band that brought you “Too Far Gone” last year, 2018 was a stellar year for Rise Records’ own Cane Hill.  They released a critically acclaimed album, they played some shows, and they got to play at an NXT Takeover event to open the show and to perform with Halestorm’s Lizzy Hale for NXT Women’s Champion Ember Moon’s entrance music.  Now, Cane Hill has...

January 20th, 2019