“Guitar gods are the only gods who exist, in this world or in the next,” says Dr. Hex
While he might not have a moonwalk that catapaulted him into the stratosphere, the specter of Edward Snowden’s leaks makes even Michael Jackson’s influence on pop culture seem insignificant
London’s landmark nightclub is shut. Possibly forever. But for producers and DJs drowning in the depths of their own self doubt and worth, it was a life raft
Are we spouting our own opinions or those of our favorite pundits; can we even tell the difference?
Mad scientist Dr. Hex on the “idiosyncrasies of gig/festival organizers” in our metal special column
Although Priyanka Chopra cuts an elegant figure on the Oscar stage and in Hollywood, the diversity debate has very little discussion outside black or white
On this day, December 12th, two magnificent singers, Sinatra and Williams, share a birthday. Two voices, and such superlative ones being born on the same date must mean something for sure.
Through the Fifties and Sixties, Brubeck popularized jazz in a big way among fringe audiences — college students, teeny boppers, pop music listeners and others
Why does jazz defy the passage of time to still be contemporary and relevant?