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Interview: DJ Muggs

When a music connoisseur mentions the words “DJ Muggs”, several things come to mind. One of the best hip-hop producers of all-time? One of the best producers of all-time, period? That guy from Queens behind all your favorite Cypress Hill classics (he’s working on the next album right now) and the unforgettable House of Pain’s […]

Charles Martel’s Top 1000: Part 41

Is there any such thing as the perfect song? The truth is it is highly doubtful. Several have tried to write the perfect pop song but none have succeeded. First of all, it would be hard to get agreement on what constituted perfection. Even assuming this would be agreed, who would then decide? I would […]

SXSW V2V: Rolling The Dice Without Thinking Twice

Bitten by the travel bug to hit the road as temperatures rise, July is a great month to mix business with pleasure. With five months left to go before we wrap up 2014, it’s a good time take stock. How much have you achieved this year? What can you do to turn things around and […]

Charles Martel’s Top 1000: Part 40

Show or substance? There is likely to be little doubt among anyone who has followed this list since its inception, that I am going to be more inclined to favour artists whose appeal lies in the latter. That does not mean that “show” has no place. Particularly with live concerts, one goes to see and […]

Interview: José James

One of the best things about summer, besides the abundance of outdoor shows to choose from, is the time to delve into new albums en route to said shows. June yielded several road trip and airplane friendly albums including José James’ standout latest offering, ‘While You Were Sleeping’. Known for merging the old with the […]

Charles Martel’s Top 1000: Part 39

I am one of those who decry the decline of the old weekly singles charts. In my youth, Sunday evening sat by the radio listening to the new chart being counted down on BBC Radio 1 was one of the highlights of the week. Okay, like a lot of mainstream commercial stuff, much of it […]

Interview: Seether

Dale Stewart and Bryan Wickmann interview about playing festivals like Rocklahoma, tell you how they consume their favorite music and talk about their new record “Isolate and Medicate”

Contest: (hed) PE (closed)

Press Release Staying true to the (Hed)p.e. standard of change and growth both personally and musically, the new album “Evolution” takes the band back to their metal and underground roots they grew up on as kids. With tracks like “One More Body” and “No Tomorrow” holding down the metal and aggressive front, to the Led […]

Charles Martel’s Top 1000: Part 38

You may have noticed as we go through the list that there are a number of covers included. There are tracks by the Byrds, the Feelies, Robert Plant & Alison Krauss, Jimi Hendrix and others which are covers. Some of these are more well-known than the original. But there are also a number of tracks […]

There’s a time for live music and not just in person, but then again…

Fans of live music get their chance for more with live recordings. This isn’t always a plus. Sometimes the live music sounds sloppy and terribly over polished. It can make one long for over produced studio work. In jazz circles there are some brilliant live albums. One of the best I’ve heard in a while […]

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