WTF is a Podcast?

Until a few years ago, I was clueless about podcasts. I assumed podcasters were socially awkward guys who liked Dungeons & Dragons and the Renaissance Fair (and I wasn't too far off).

An Interview with Dose Hermanos

It sounds like the beginning of a bad joke:  A pair of pianists walk into a studio.  But that’s essentially the story behind Dose Hermanos’ new album, “Batique.”

Talking Shop with John K

Locked in a lengthy bout of writer’s block, singer and guitarist John Kadlecik resorted to some less-than-traditional methods to get back on track.

“I finally resolved all the blocks and had a bit of an astrological reading,” he said, laughing. 

3 Ways to Engage Your Fans Using Video!

With the rapid and ever changing state of the music industry, it is more important now than ever for artists to create meaningful and authentic relationships with their audience (and this just doesn't happen overnight!) 

2 Nights At The Cap With RatDog

Bob Weir and RatDog set the Capitol Theatre of Port Chester ablaze over their two night run this past weekend. The band, composed of Bobby Weir, Steve Kimock, Jeff Chimenti, Jay Lane, Rob Wasserman, and Robin Sylvester played two nights of blues infused rock n roll.

Bob Casale: "Something For Everybody"

Multiple generations mourn the loss of a musical genius. Bob Casale of Devo has passed away at the age of 61.

Bob Casale and his brother Gerald Casale formed Devo along with Mark and Bob Mothersbaugh in 1972. Several talented artists have been members of Devo at some point, including Jim Mothersbaugh, Alan Myers, and Josh Freese. 

On Tour with RatDog

The RatDog tour is in full swing! Bobby, Jeff Chimenti, Steve Kimock, Jay Lane, Robin Sylvester and Rob Wasserman, will continue their tour on February 20 with their next stop at The Wellmont in Montclair, NJ. We borrowed a few photos from RatDog Live's official Instagram - Make sure you're following their tour! What's your thoughts on songs and setlists so far?

The Colour And The Shape Of The '90s: Dave Grohl and the Foo Fighters

Though less colorful than the '80s, and less tech-savy than today, the '90s certainly had its moments. We watched Pulp Fiction and Silence of the Lambs. We listened to Stone Temple Pilots and Soundgarden.

Many incredible artists emerged in the 90s, but I truly believe the entire decade belongs to one man: Dave Grohl.

Numbers Don't Lie

A wise man once said (or rapped rather), "Numbers don't lie, check the scoreboard."