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Brendan Staunton’s Last of the Light

Posted on: July 24, 2020 Posted by: Kim Muncie Comments: 0

Brendan Staunton began his musical journey in the early 1990’s singing with the Celtic influenced rock band Dubh Chapter. The band produced an album produced by Steve Hillage entitled Silence, Cunning & Exile but broke up soon after. Staunton briefly sang with the ambient dance band Ultramarine appearing on their track “Weird Gear” before deciding to leave the music industry behind. A quarter century passed before Staunton re-established contact with his past…

How Trans Activism Has Improved the LGBT Quality of Life

Posted on: December 18, 2019 Posted by: Aaron_George Comments: 0

Throughout history, there have been many men and women who feel like they were born into the wrong sex. Often, their issues and struggles were swept under the rug at best or highlighted as a punishable crime at worst. However, it was only in 1965 when the term “transgender” was coined. As the concept of being transgender was given a name, the transgender community was also somewhat given a voice.…

Liz Phair – Whip-Smart; Whitechocolatespaceegg; Liz Phair (Vinyl Re-releases)

Posted on: June 12, 2018 Posted by: John B. Moore Comments: 0

In 1994, Liz Phair was coming off of one of the most critically-lauded debuts of the decade. With expectations set incredibly high, she put out the follow up, Whip-Smart, just 15 months later and while she could never escape the comparisons to Exile in Guyville, decades later, that second album still remains a gem. UMe, alongside Capitol is finally re-releasing a trio of Phair records from her time with Capitol.

Rye Saison (Libertine)

Posted on: October 15, 2017 Posted by: James McQuiston Comments: 0

The overall constellation of Saisons is sufficiently broad that beyond a bit of wheat and hay, there is little indication precisely what one is going to get when they taste an offering from the style. The beer pours with a yellow to light brown color and a whitish head that speckles its way down a glass. One will have to pour the Rye Saison fairly slowly, as there is a tendency…

The Rolling Stones – Their Satanic Majesties Request 50th Anniversary Special Edition (Double Vinyl/Double SACD)

Posted on: September 20, 2017 Posted by: John B. Moore Comments: 0

Fifty years after its release, the polarizing Rolling Stones classic (yes, classic) Their Satanic Majesties Request is finally getting a much-deserved re-release in the form of a double vinyl set (including mono and stereo versions). The package also includes a double hybrid Super Audio CD as well.

Five Fingertips In Depth

Posted on: October 14, 2015 Posted by: James McQuiston Comments: 0

Today, we are speaking with Five Fingertips. We were lucky enough to review their self-titled album last week and had a moment to sit down.   Five Fingertips is your new album. Can you provide us with a brief insight into your process? What were the steps taken between the first thoughts about a tune or melody to the creation of a full track?

PUJOL SHARES “CIRCLES” MUSIC VIDEO

Posted on: June 5, 2014 Posted by: James McQuiston Comments: 0

The latest music video from PUJOL is for the song “Circles“.  The video, directed by Stewart Copeland, is composed of 16,000 still pictures that were assembled into clips inside Photoshop.  Daniel Pujol is singing and moving in half-time to a slowed down track, while the lizards move in real time.  This gives the video a very unique and cool feel. Stewart Copeland and Daniel Pujol both talked to HitFix about…

Slinger Interview

Posted on: April 26, 2014 Posted by: James McQuiston Comments: 0

Hey,Dave. Can you briefly introduce yourself to our readers at NeuFutur? Hello – SLINGER is my nickname and the name of my defunct 80s LA rock band.  I did the song writing, arraigning, recording and most of the instruments on the tracks before presenting to the band for live performances.  However, I went into a self inflicted exile for over a decade due to the death our drummer and my…

DownTown Mystic Interview

Posted on: April 7, 2014 Posted by: James McQuiston Comments: 0

How has your time since the release of your last album changed your outlook toward life? When I released Standing Still in 2010 I had no expectations about anything. Little did I know what kind of adventure I was in for. lol From the start, it was the longest recording project I had ever tackled, recording 15 songs. Just prior to starting the project I had a bout of pneumonia…

Magic 2014 Core Set Review

Posted on: August 4, 2013 Posted by: James McQuiston Comments: 0

Magic 2014 is a perfect introduction for those players that are looking to get into the game or as a refresher for those that may have stepped away for a few years. The Core Set comes in 15-card boosters, Fat Packs (with 9 packs and a spindown counter), and Intro Decks. The Death Reaper deck is black and red, and has a heavy undead presence alongside the Bogbrew Witch, which…