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2020-07-06:

 

UNILAD - Prince Sang All The Parts And Played All 27 Instruments By Himself On His First Album
Whether his music was your cup of tea or not, there's no getting away from the fact that Prince was nothing short of iconic. His name will forever by ingrained in the music hall of fame as someone who changed the landscape of pop music for good.

 

 
 

2020-06-26:

 

JamBase - Parliament-Funkadelic Performs Live In 1976: Full Show Video
Watch 'Full Show Friday' footage of Parliament-Funkadelic performing live at The Summit in Houston on October 31, 1976.

 

 
 

2020-06-24:

 

The Vinyl Factory - On-U Sound releasing Denise Sherwood's debut album, This Road
Featuring Lee 'Scratch' Perry, Adrian Sherwood, and Mala.

 

 
 

2020-06-23:

 

Live For LiveMusic - Bootsy Collins Announces Collaborative Album With Buckethead
Legendary funk bassist Bootsy Collins has announced a collaborative album with masked guitar virtuoso Buckethead, set for release by Christmas.

 

 
 

2020-06-21:

 

Pitchfork - Funkadelic: Maggot Brain Album Review
Each Sunday, Pitchfork takes an in-depth look at a significant album from the past, and any record not in our archives is eligible. Today, we revisit a monument psychedelic funk, a defining document of Black rock music in the early '70s.

 

 
 

2020-06-18:

 

Grateful Web - Prince's 'Other Side of the Pillow' Reimagined By Funk Legend Maceo Parker / Jambands - Listen: Maceo Parker Shares Take on Prince's 'Other Side Of The Pillow'
Funk legend Maceo Parker has just released a new take on 'Other Side Of The Pillow' by Prince, whom he collaborated with for a decade after his work with James Brown, Parliament-Funkadelic, and George Clinton.

 

 
 

2020-06-17:

 

Face2Face Africa - Eccentric and colorful, how funk's godfather George Clinton created Parliament and Funkadelic groups with same members
George Clinton led the funk music vanguard of the late 1970s as a multitalented bandleader of his two groups Parliament and Funkadelic evolving to P-Funk.

 

 
 

2020-06-16:

 

The Arts Desk - Album: Michael Franti & Spearhead - Work Hard & Be Nice review
Ex-Beatnig and Disposable Hero of Hiphoprisy lurches towards the middle of the road

 

 
 

2020-06-15:

 

mid-day - Karsh Kale: I disturb the comfortable, and comfort the disturbed
Not one to be lured by the trinkets associated with commercial cinema, Choked composer Karsh Kale on creating a legacy with valuable scores

 

 
 

2020-06-15:

 

The Guardian - Bootsy Collins: 'We're all funky, just not all of us know it'
The P-Funk bassist was a street kid in the 60s, got his break with James Brown, then spent much of the 70s taking LSD. He talks about drugs, racism, police brutality - and the healing power of music

 

 
 

2020-06-12:

 

SPIN - Bootsy Collins on James Brown’s Best Piece of Advice and Why Funk Will Always Prevail
Funkiest bassist in the world brings us back to the orbit of understanding with new COVID-19 relief song

 

 
 

2020-06-12:

 

Prog Magazine - Peter Gabriel - Rated PG Review / in which Peter Gabriel sings to a pig, and more
Peter Goes To Hollywood on movie soundtrack compilation

 

 
 

2020-06-08:

 

iHeartRadio - Living Colour Shares 'This Is The Life' Video, Addressing Floyd Protests
'Time's Up was released 30 years ago and sadly we're still fighting the same fight', the band said in a statement accompanying the new video.

 

 
 

2020-05-30:

 

The San Francisco Chronicle - Michael Franti says positivity is more important than politics now
Veteran Bay Area hip-hop and funk musician and activist Michael Franti is more interested now in finding connections rather than writing politically charged music.

 

 
 

2020-05-27:

 

Spin - Thievery Corporation's Eric Hilton Shares First-Ever Solo Song 'Infinite Everywhere'
After 25 years in the group, Hilton is going out on his own

 

 
 

2020-05-26:

 

Treble - 40 Years of 'Melt': Peter Gabriel's catalytic third album
Gabriel's third album was infused with an overarching feeling of panic and menace.

 

 
 

2020-05-22:

 

American Songwriter - Behind the Song: Peter Gabriel, 'Games Without Frontiers'
'Games Without Frontiers' represented a breakthrough of sorts for Gabriel, as it helped him segue from cult artist to chart threat.

 

 
 

2020-05-21:

 

Washington City Paper - The Archives' New Reggae Album Celebrates the Work of Gil Scott-Heron and Brian Jackson
Carry Me Home is set for release on May 27.

 

 
 

2020-05-12:

 

Classic Rock Magazine - The Last Goodbye: How Queen made Innuendo and Made In Heaven
Even as his time ran out, Freddie Mercury was the driving force behind Queen's 1991 album Innuendo and the voice from beyond the grave on 1995's Made In Heaven. Here's how Queen went out with a bang

 

 
 

2020-05-11:

 

Ultimate Classic Rock - Klaus Meine Denies the CIA Wrote Scorpions' 'Wind of Change'
Klause Meine denied that the Scorpions' 1991 smash Wind of Change was written by the CIA in May 2020.

 

 
 

2020-05-08:

 

JamBase - Michael Franti Announces New Album 'Work Hard And Be Nice' & Shares Single
Michael Franti shared the video for 'I Got You' from his upcoming album, 'Work Hard And Be Nice'.

 

 
 

2020-05-06:

 

The New Yorker - Florian Schneider-Esleben, of Kraftwerk, Took Music to Uncharted Territory
It's difficult to imagine whole genres of popular music-New Wave, techno, industrial, hip-hop-existing without Kraftwerk's blueprint.

 

 
 

2020-05-05:

 

Rolling Stone - Flashback: Genesis Chronicle the Kent State Massacre on 1970's 'The Knife'
Months after CSNY released 'Ohio', Genesis came out with their own song about the 1970 campus tragedy

 

 
 

2020-05-05:

 

Prog Magazine - Steve Hackett recalls the moment he took 'a leap of faith' and joined Genesis
Excerpt from Steve Hackett's new book A Genesis In My Bed looks back at the moment the guitarist joined the band in the early 70s

 

 
 

2020-05-04:

 

MUSICFESTNEWS - Parliament, The Brides of Funkenstein, and Skyy 04.26.80
Another throwback review, this one from a 1980 concert with Parliament, The Brides of Funkenstein, and Skyy.

 

 
 

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