Articles tagged

1960s

HIGH NOTES: How LSD Changed Music as We Know It

In 1965, at 2 Strathearn Place in London, John and Cynthia Lennon, George Harrison, and Pattie Boyd sat at their dentist John Riley’s dinner table sipping coffee. A few minutes prior, Riley’s girlfriend Cindy Bury had placed sugar cubes...

PLAYING DETROIT: The Gories Return!

Forged from the weightiness of post-war blues and the primally riotous audacity of 60’s garage punk, scuzz rockers, The Gories, return to their hometown of Detroit this Friday

PLAYING DETROIT: Moonwalks “Steam Train”

No, you’re not crazy. It was just a few short months ago that I was praising Lunar Phases, the debut LP from the  space-psych rock four piece Moonwalks. Where Lunar Phases left off, their latest track “Steam Train” picks up...

PLAYING DETROIT: Moonwalks “Lunar Phases”

Few bands are as aptly named as psychedelic Detroit four piece, Moonwalks, whose upcoming release Lunar Phases could act as a wild, yet tailored, road map to uninhabited galaxies and black holes, alike. The band’s first LP, scheduled to...