ALBUM REVIEW: Kid Kapichi – There Goes The Neighbourhood

Rising from Hastings, England, Punk quartet Kid Kapichi unveils their third album There Goes The Neighbourhood (Spinefarm Records), the blunt and cheeky follow-up to 2022’s Here’s What You Could Have Won. The album maintains the distinct personality the group is known for, utilizing it to present their political ideologies while keeping the music light and fun. Continue reading

Scorpions Shares a New Song – “Sign of Hope”

Long-running rockers Scorpions have shared a new song, a powerful ballad, ‘Sign of Hope’. Proceeds from the track will go to Musicares. Stream and download the song across all music retailers. The band is currently working on a new full-length album with more details tba. Celebrating their 55th year in music, they wrote the song during the recording sessions for their upcoming 19th album, in the studio with producer Greg Fidelman. Check out ‘Sign of Hope’ right now! Continue reading

Rock And Roll Progenitor And Guitar Legend Chuck Berry Dies At Age 90

The music world was rocked last night as news of the death at age 90 of iconic originator Chuck Berry spread over the internet. Berry’s monumental influence on generations of guitarists and bands is hard to measure, but not to quantify in importance to music. Chuck personally led to the wide-spread love and understanding of rock and roll through a string of hit songs and other anthems championing the nascent genre in the early 1950s. He died near his home of St. Charles County, MO and his death was confirmed by the St. Charles County, Mo., police department.

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