2020 has been a wild year for nearly everyone. Luckily, there’s been no shortage of amazing music to help us get through it all. There’ve been some special albums released this year, […]
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Shibuya-kei was a Japanese musical and artistic movement in the 90’s that amalgamated tropes and aesthetics of the past with elements of futurism to create a “New Stereophonic Sound Spectacular.” Shibuya-kei was […]
Sarah shows off her copy of Whip-Smart by Liz Phair. Courtesy of Sarah Holt. Anyone that knows Stockton alum Sarah Holt can attest to her expertise in music. A singer and songwriter […]
Stockton’s Katherine River Sage interviews record collector, Mario Cocotello.
What do you get when you mix rock and roll and science fiction? This premise may sound like the setup of a bad joke, but let me assure you that the answer, […]
November is set to be a rough month for all of us. With the election on Wednesday, COVID wreaking havoc across the country, and the holidays on the horizon, it’s safe so […]
During COVID, it’s no secret that bands, venues, and fans have been slowly acclimating to a new musical reality. Detroit ska punk band, We Are The Union, are no exception. As I learned in an interview with drummer Brent Friedman, not even a global pandemic can stop the music.
From the mid-60’s through the 70’s, Philadelphia was the hub for some of the most iconic and enduring soul music ever recorded. Many of the artists from the Philly Soul scene gained […]
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Written for The Argo by Katherine River Sage DISCLAIMER: These recommendations are entirely my own. I received no compensation from any of the artists mentioned, I just want to promote some good music […]