The Dirty Heads Are Too Cool for School and These United States Take a Bathroom Break

Summer 2012 officially has its soundtrack. SoCal alt-rockers The Dirty Heads will release their sophomore album Cabin By The Sea this Tuesday (June 19) and like the band’s first effort Any Port in… Continue reading

Taking The Dirty Heads To School

Summer 2012 officially has its soundtrack. SoCal alt-rockers The Dirty Heads will release their sophomore album Cabin By The Sea this Tuesday (June 19) and like the band’s predecessor first effortAny Port in… Continue reading

Three Is a Magic Number (Jackson Harris, Zander Bleck, and Kelly Hogan)

“The Next Big Thing” is a term that gets passed around more than a Kardashian at a clambake (I don’t care if that makes sense), but in the case of our next “A-Sider,”… Continue reading

Imaginary Cities and a Very Real Anna Rose

Anne Murray was pretty bad ass in the day. I used to envision the Canadian star, who took the world by storm in the early 1970s, as a professional wrestler who would whip… Continue reading

Jake Miller, Logan Venderlic and Early Morning Rebel

I remember when I was in college, I was the first of my friends to buy the cassette tape (damn, I’m oldish) of Liz Phair and a bunch of other talented artists. When… Continue reading

“The One” Eric Benét

I had it planned out in my head. The first question I’d ask Eric Benét would be to discuss “Hallie….” then I’d pause briefly before he could get a word in, and say… Continue reading

A-Sides With Jon Chattman: ‘Drugs’ With Adam Tyler

The music video for Adam Tyler’s single “Like a Drug” features him wearing makeup, dancing around with scantily-clad men and women, and locked up in some kind of sex prison. The video feels… Continue reading

Watch Eric Hutchinson “Watch Him”

He’s been a VH1 “You Oughta Know” artist, has played just about every late night show on the planet, and has had a bunch of hit songs since the release of his 2007… Continue reading

“Fear” and “Fire” With Alcoholic Faith Mission and Gemma Ray

Who doesn’t like to start their morning off with a Danish quintet? I’m referring to a band that plays exceptionally well versus a plate full of pastries by the way — although both… Continue reading

Triple Play with Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds, BLUSH, and Mark Stewart

“And Now for Something Completely Different…” That line is of course a Monty Python reference but it really applies to this particular edition of “A-Sides,” which finds three completely different artists sharing their… Continue reading