Among many forgotten musical innovations of the 1960s, perhaps the most obscure was that of audience-driven free improvisation.
The best album to come out of Louisville since Young Widows’ Old Wounds.
When staring at the cover of Carney’s debut album, Mr.
Of course, you’ll want to adore Cheyenne Marie’s new album Before Lately, ’cause she’s a Louisville lass and we support our own, but is she any goo
Quirky, futuristic, reckless — all of these qualities fall in second place to one: vital.
Brent Starkey and his revolving cast of members in Cherub Scourge, which included late drummer Tony Bailey and bassist Rankin Mapother, were pop-punk when pop-punk meant more than just visiting Hot
Of all the hair-brained ideas: Manning wants this record to sound like summertime in Kentucky. So he and engineer Kevin Ratterman pack up some gear and head under the bridge at Tyler Park.
Did you know Carrie Neumayer can scream? Not some like-omg-I-just-went-to-the-mall-bought-a-new-top-and-it’s-sooooo-fab scream.
We owe a big debt to Ed Lutz and Michael Jarboe: the two men behind this series of tape compilations that are now or at least should be collectors items.
Technically, Scott Ritcher’s voice is awful.