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2009 Stories by Mark Keresman

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  • Rory Block

    published April 9, 2009

    We imagine you young 'uns are sick of hearing how fab the 1960s were, but it was a time when assorted strains of roots music were literally in the... More >>

  • Walter Trout

    published March 12, 2009

    Though the term "guitar hero" means less in mainstream music than it did, say, 25 years ago, that doesn't mean the world doesn't have or need them... More >>

  • Asylum Street Spankers

    published March 5, 2009

    Superficially, Asylum Street Spankers appear to be two things they are not: neo-/retro- pre-rock 'n' roll pop/swing/whatever (remember that... More >>

  • No Age

    published March 5, 2009

    In the past few decades, there's been an overlap in Los Angeles between the somewhat more academic avant-garde scene and punk rock. The Minutemen... More >>

  • Welcome to the Asylum

    published March 5, 2009

    Superficially, Asylum Street Spankers appear to be two things they are not: neo-/retro- pre-rock & roll pop/swing/whatever (remember that Lounge... More >>

  • Kieran Hebden/Steve Reid

    published January 8, 2009

    Kieran Hebden is an electronica performer better known as Four Tet; drummer Steve Reid is a veteran of 1960s and '70s R&B and free jazz... More >>

  • No bling, just blues

    published January 1, 2009

    There was a time when blues and R&B/black popular music were not so very far apart. Performers such as Etta James, Bobby "Blue" Bland, and Little... More >>

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