The Infinite Jukebox. The Infinite Jukebox. The Infinite Jukebox. Party On The Square- Crazy! The Infinite Jukebox. The Infinite Jukebox. Who is your favorite Bay Area band from the ’90s? Debussy, Arabesque #1, Piano Solo (animation ver. 2) Today by Smashing Pumpkins on Spotify. TRI Studios. #OccupyEverything by GL1TCHG0R3. Suzanne Aldrich. Pixies are Magical and They Make Great Music. Most people I know are just fairly recently getting into them, well years ago when the movie Fight Club came out and “Where is My Mind?”
Gained notoriety, but I was a fan in the early nineties as a teenager. I would recommend watching this excellent fan video that mends with the song better than anything I’ve ever seen. It really takes you where you’re supposed to go with this song better than anything I’ve ever seen. Mad props to the director too. I also have to give props to the people who animated this wonderful video I would also watch full screen like the last one. Monkey Gone to Heaven Songs about El Nino rule: Wave of Mutilation Like many bands with extreme talents such as Francis Black and Kim Deal, acrimony erupts eventually somehow, but it’s hard to quite pinpoint when ti happened and why. So Gouge Away. I could seriously post Pixies sons all day, but I’ll explain what happened when they broke up in 1993. Cannonball (this video and song bring back many memories) Break My Body Tame.
100 Greatest Guitarists. We assembled a panel of top guitarists and other experts to rank their favorites and explain what separates the legends from everyone else.
Featuring Keith Richards on Chuck Berry, Carlos Santana on Jerry Garcia, Tom Petty on George Harrison and more. THE VOTERS: Trey Anastasio, Dan Auerbach (The Black Keys), Brian Bell (Weezer), Ritchie Blackmore (Deep Purple), Carl Broemel (My Morning Jacket), James Burton, Jerry Cantrell (Alice in Chains), Gary Clark Jr., Billy Corgan, Steve Cropper, Dave Davies (The Kinks), Anthony DeCurtis (Contributing editor, Rolling Stone), Tom DeLonge (Blink-182), Rick Derringer, Luther Dickinson (North Mississippi Allstars), Elliot Easton (The Cars), Melissa Etheridge, Don Felder (The Eagles), David Fricke (Senior writer, Rolling Stone), Peter Guralnick (Author), Kirk Hammett (Metallica), Albert Hammond Jr.
Musical Moondays - Rich Man's Edition. Welcome to Musical Moondays, an open thread series for music junkies and their enablers.
Please add your musical contribution, which may or may not relate to everything and/or nothing at all. Post a comment with the song that's been stuck in your head all day, or play around with the diarist's musical theme. This is a Safe Space, so Be Nice! Good evening, fellow travelers. Tonight's edition of Musical Moondays is all about the 1%. Please share music about, for, or by the 1% in the comments below. RollingStone. Montalvo - Calendar of Events.
2006 Mountain Winery Concert Schedule. Ayreon. Ayreon Ayreon's music is characterized by the use of traditional instruments in rock music (guitars, bass guitar, drums, analogue synthesizers, electric organs) mixed with instruments more native to folk and classical music (e.g. mandolins, violins, violas, celli, flutes, sitars and didgeridoo).
Lucassen writes the music and the lyrics, sings and plays most of the instruments on all of the Ayreon albums, alongside many guest musicians. His most regular collaborator is drummer Ed Warby. In addition, flute player Jeroen Goossens has featured on every Ayreon-release since 2004's "The Human Equation". History Origins: The Final Experiment and Actual Fantasy (1995-1998) The first Ayreon CD, released in 1995, is The Final Experiment, which has a mixture of science fiction and medieval themes.
Actual Fantasy from 1996 is the only Ayreon album without a continuous story. Into The Electric Castle - Timeline (1998-2008) The double album Into the Electric Castle followed in 1998. Exclusive: Revision3 Launches New Underground M... Revision3, the online TV network founded last year by Digg's Jay Adelson and Kevin Rose, David Prager of TechTV, and others, has announced a new underground music show on Revision3.
The show is called XLR8R TV (pronounced "accelerator" TV) and is being produced by XLR8R magazine, a San Francisco music publication since 1993. The magazine and website XLR8R covers hip-hop, indie and electronic music - as well as related trends in style, art, fashion, and technology. Revision3 told Read/WriteWeb that the sector of Internet television is really heating up, and so they expect their new underground music show to attract a niche audience that will be attractive to online advertisers.
Revision3 told us that their competitors aren't taking the time to figure out what audiences want or expect from on-demand programming - or worse, they just expect the users to create their own content. XLR8R TV will be released on the 1st of every month and each episode will be approximately 15-20 minutes long. South Bay Folks Acoustic Open Mike. Concert Listing - Live2Nite Finally a Concert l... Pearl Jam Black unplugged. Billboard.