A Cocaine Fueled, New Wave Inspired, Rocked Out Masterpiece!
1982 proved to be an interesting musical year for Alice Cooper. With a new found love for cocaine and new wave music, Cooper went into the studio to make his most punked out, no holds barred albums yet! Continue reading →
With an unforgettable band name like Thunderbitch, Brittany Howard (lead singer/songwriter/guitarist of the Alabama Shakes) carried on the swamped out rock and roll statement she made when the Alabama Shakes released their debut album Boys&Girls. However, her little known self titled LP Thunderbitch is a bit different…
Daft Punk meets the orchestral world thanks to the Rundfunk-Tanzorchester Ehrenfeld (translated to “Radio Dance Orchestra of Ehrenfeld”) with their rendition of the french duos classic “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger” and all I can say is……..daaaaaaaaaaaamn! Continue reading →
Not too much falls by the wayside or becomes glossed over when it comes to the history of Pink Floyd. For example, it’s widely known that the recording of The Wall was the main breaking point when it came to the legendary band. But what happens after the bricks come tumbling down? Continue reading →
Royal Blood exploded on the scene in 2014 and brought with them a self titled debut album and unforgettable energetic shows. It’s been 2 years since the duo released their debut album and they did not disappoint! Continue reading →
I have to admit, I went into this record expecting it to sound like a Fleetwood Mac album and for these two artists to rehash the musical flames of of the past. Oh boy was I wrong! Lindsey Buckingham/Christine McVie is a brilliant representation of classic pop songwriting brought to the modern age masses. Continue reading →
Breaking Glass Pictures has acquired North American rights to Erlingur Thoroddsen’s Icelandic LGBT/horror feature RIFT (you can visit the site here). Breaking Glass acquired North American rights to the film in April in a deal negotiated between Breaking Glass CEORich Wolff and James Huntsman of Blue Fox Entertainment. Breaking Glass is planning a limited theatrical followed by a DVD/VOD release early in the 4th Quarter of 2017.