Wednesday, November 21, 2018

From the Archives

"Reprinted" stories I had written for publications with additional unpublished information.

From the archives: David Bowie – 1. Outside – originally published...

It has been 20 years since I first reviewed David Bowie's 1. Outside, which first saw official release on Sept. 25, 1995 in the U.K....

From the Archives: Reliving Red House Painters live in 1997 in...

Full disclosure: Mark Kozelek blew off a scheduled interview to my face the night after this concert. Still, I don't take my taste for...

From the Archives: David Bowie’s Heathen and Reality reissues on the...

While we're sharing old David Bowie reviews along with reissue news, it's only been a few years since we mentioned that Bowie's brilliant 2002...

From the Archives: David Bowie’s hours… reissue on vinyl and my...

The news came last week via the official website of David Bowie: Bowie's 1999 album hours... will finally see official release on vinyl by...

Stoned and Dethroned: a review from Archives; Jesus and Mary Chain...

The Jesus and Mary Chain have once again become quite active. Last year, they debuted their first-ever full live performance of Psychocandy, the group's...

Update from the Archives: The Dead Milkmen, chatting with guitarist/vocalist Joe...

I met the Dead Milkmen 21 years ago. They were the first band with MTV cred and international recognition I had the chance to...

From the Archives: Aphex Twin – ‘Richard D. James’ reissued on...

I do feel it seems rather pointless to reissue music largely produced on computer via vinyl record. Vinyl is an analog medium, after all,...

From the Archives: Rounding up Mike Garson, his Now Music, visual...

It all began  at the start of this month with an exclusive interview with Mike Garson talking about his new solo album, the David...

From the Archives: Mike Garson on playing the piano (Part 4...

This post continues my conversation with Mike Garson, which took place May 4, 2004. I sat down with him backstage at the James L....

From the Archives: Mike Garson goes from jazz to Bowie (Part...

As already established in my earlier posts culled from several interviews with Mike Garson for an unpublished piece regarding his contribution to the music of...