The now three-month sober Loki has added value to a knack he’s always known he’s had—songwriting.
Tracking this song down in vinyl form will be tougher than talking Teemu Selanne out of retirement but the two compilation albums you would find it on will no doubt yield a few other fresh Finnish tracks from the '50s and '60s.
We’re super psyched to introduce our newest weekly contributor, STIKSTOK—and what better way to set this column off than with an illustration of Frank Vincent in front of the infamous Satriale’s pork store? Now go home and get your fucking shinebox.
For ten years, Mighty Healthy has never froggied onto the latest trend, but stayed its course, endured, and refused to sacrifice its image and identity in order to “fit in.”
Some songs make me instantly get into the summer groove, and The Jones Girls "You Gonna Make Me Love Somebody Else" is one of those songs.
Coming all the way from Birmingham, Alabama, The Green Seed doesn’t stick to your average dirty south hip-hop sound.
My name “NOBODY” all started in Downtown, Los Angeles, when I was crossing the street. As I was crossing, I bumped into a skater kid who stopped me and asked, “Who are you?” When I was put on the spot I jokingly answered, “Nobody.” The kid looked at me and said “That’s right, we are all nobodies.
Rufus Thomas was kind of like the Stax comic relief. Except this joker could sing, was a former radio DJ legend, and the father of Stax label-mate and Otis Redding duet-partner Carla Thomas.
The result is a fresh mix that you should be angry with Jerry for sitting on for way to long.