It's true: Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross are to produce every movie soundtrack until the year 2041, and our Hollywood reporter Mark Anthony Finch - after snuffling his way through many a L.A. garbage can - has all the details in our latest blog. BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE: a digital mixtape of movie soundtracks you can listen to for free on our Mixcloud channel: WSTS Picaroon Platters Goes To The Movies Part II! Who doesn't love a sequel?
Turns out having a record player in your car is not only actually possible, but has already been made a reality! Our horseless carriage correspondent Mark Anthony Finch reports on the new Lexus which boasts a glovebox turntable.
In a shocking turn of events, deleted scenes from THAT interview have revealed the real reason behind the couple's split from their royal heritage. Our royal correspondent Mark Anthony Finch delves through the footage for the juciest morsels in our latest blog!
I posted about the US Outsiders earlier this week, but this the Outsiders from the Netherlands. Probably the most popular example of the “Nederbeat Sound” which emerged in the wake of popular British hard rock groups like The Rolling Stones, The Kinks, and The Who.
People don’t talk enough about Colin Blunstone. His first solo outing, recorded in the year proceeding the breakup of The Zombies could almost be considered the final Zombies album as it features significant contributions from other ex-Zombies Rod Argent and Chris (who by then had formed Argent).
Be not deceived by appearances. Looking at the cover, The Appletree Theatre looks fairly unremarkable, but it is a surprisingly compelling pop/psych album that is on par with other more celebrated studio group, concept album projects which emerged in the wake of “Pet Sounds” and “Sgt. Peppers,” such as October Country, The Smoke (Not “My Friend Jack,” the other one), The Holy Mackerel, and at times grazes the coattails of the likes of Sagittarius and even early Bee Gees.
The full-length album to accompany this Cleveland band’s biggest hit, the seminal garage rocker “Time Won’t Let Me” (it’s all about that 12-string, baby!). Though the other tracks never quite reach the same level as the hit single, which sold over a million copies, it’s an enjoyable garage-rock/pop album.