Mick Jagger- Gotta Get A Grip + Remixes

By Ron Powers Mick Jagger – Gotta Get A Grip + Remixes Mick Jagger, the legendary front man of The Rolling Stones, is an artist who needs no introduction. Though his sex appeal and charismatic attitude have helped shape the image of rock and roll and super-stardom as we know it, today, Mick Jagger is […]

G.H. Hat – Sukiyaki – EP Review

By Ron Powers   G.H. Hat – Sukiyaki – EP Review With ‘Sukiyaki’, his latest release, G.H Hat taps into the melodic beauty of the only Japanese song to ever make it to the #1 Chart position in the US (1963). Modernized, for a new generation, this epic melody becomes a pop/dance classic that from […]

Reimagined

High Notes By Ron Powers   Reimagined DJ cMellow   Dj cMellow’s two-track EP ‘Reimagined’ offers a complete representation of what it is to reimagine or recreate something from scratch. The original idea or essence is what remains, the sound in this case though appears as that of a down-tempo EDM project, ‘Quartettsatz’ as an […]

The Lords of Easton & Stan Medley

By Ron Powers The Lords of Easton & Stan Medley I got a preview of a new EP entitled “Love” by The Lords of Easton & Stan Medley. I must say this EP has wonderful vocal duets by The Lords of Easton’s Raven Kane and Sy Gorieb and just as impressive musical arrangement. The Wedding […]

Music review for “Follow My Heart”

By Ron Powers Music review for “Follow My Heart” Music & Lyrics by Pauline Frechette Arranged and produced by David Campbell vocal version written & performed by Pauline Frechette Instrumental version features Stewart Cole on trumpet With her latest EP release, “Follow My Heart”, Pauline Frechette creates emotional music that is simple and melodic with […]

Kygo, A : Welcome to The Midnight Show

High Notes By Ron Powers Welcome to The Midnight Show Remix DJ and producer Kygo, a takes us on a sonic flight with her latest EP, The Midnight Show, escorting us through a cosmos which transcends genre by seamlessly melding classical composition, sensory stimulating synthesizers, soul nurturing pianos, beautifully toned guitars, and a healthy dose […]

“A Quiet Walk in The Snow – Christmas Version”

By Ron Powers “A Quiet Walk in The Snow – Christmas Version” Composed by Pauline Frechette Arranged by David Campbell   Music that has descriptive, naturalistic titles usually makes me uneasy, because that commercial model has bred too many cheesy pieces of music. However, Pauline Frechette’s “A Quiet Walk in the Snow – Christmas Version” […]

Gord Downie (1964-2017)

Gord Downie (1964-2017)   So…I had a different article planned for this month. I was going to talk about exciting new releases by Little Silver, Wolf Alice, and Bent Knee, and of course there would be a tribute to Tom Petty, who we sadly lost this month…I’m still wrapping my head around that one.   […]

Smithsonian Rock and Roll: Live and Unseen!

Congratulations to our friend and accomplice, Chester Simpson, for the inclusion of four of his Rock and Roll photographs in the new Smithsonian book. The book, Smithsonian Rock and Roll; Live and Unseen, was released on October 24 and represents rock music through more than 350 photographs of its iconic pioneers and performers. Rock fans […]

Josh Ritter: Gathering

By Chris Anderson Josh Ritter: Gathering Josh Ritter has come a long way from the coffeehouses in Oberlin, where he got his start twenty years ago. Those intervening years has seen Josh grow into one of the most significant songwriters of the modern era, thanks to albums such as The Animal Years, The Historical Conquests […]