Sugar Man Found

Way back in 1970, before MTV and iTunes, Sixto Rodriguez recorded Cold Fact. It was a cool, trippy, hipster kind of folk-rock album with promises of a new and refreshing pop artist. But it was summarily ignored. He recorded his second studio album, Coming From Reality, in 1971 and his record company (A&M) waited in […]

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Horrifying Gnesa

NYC songstress Gnesa is using the Internet to make us sick. Sick of extremely talentless bimbos shaking their floppy boobs, stopping short of revealing a nasty gunt while screeching and squawking over revolting techno background music. Gnesa (really?…Gnesa?!?) has pushed the limits of human endurance with the horrifying pieces of aural excrement she calls music. […]

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CKLG Top 30 Lists Circa 1973

Remember 1973? If you’re in your late forties or fifties and lived on the west coast, you probably listened to CKLG 73 AM Radio. It was the top purveyor of pop music in Vancouver, Victoria and anywhere else its signal would reach, pumping all the schmaltzy hits of the day into our homes, cars and […]

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More Rock Shots from Doug

Fellow employee and 70’s rock fan Doug Bower supplied me with a few more original concert photos, joining his previous Queen photos and bootlegs. Remember the 70’s? Those were the days when it was perfectly legal to bring your camera to a concert and take photos of your heroes at work. It was all very […]

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