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Influential Early Folk Rocker Vince Martin Dead at 81

Folk rock pioneer Vince Martin has died at the age of 81, multiple sourced confirmed. Although he only had one hit single in his career, recording “Cindy, Oh Cindy” seven years before the Beach Boys covered it, he was a major influence on a number of artists, and remained an active musician until he was

Album Review: Deafheaven Shine with Ambition on Ordinary Corrupt Human Love

The Lowdown: Deafheaven return for their fourth album, which strips away the shoegaze of Sunbather and the dark atmosphere of New Bermuda for a bright and sunny, new sound. The album has the same emotional power and wide dynamic range of past Deafheaven records, but features significant new wrinkles in their sound, including a prominent

Watch Rare Pink Floyd 'Apples and Oranges' Video

Pink Floyd have unearthed a rare video for “Apples and Oranges,” the band’s third single, which was originally released in 1967 and was also the last track Syd Barrett wrote with them. The clip, which was recorded in a fruit market in Belgium, features David Gilmour in Barrett’s place. You can watch it below. It

Ringo Starr Through the Years: 1963-2018 Photos

Throughout his career, Ringo Starr’s charm and sense of humor has earned him as many fans as his drumming has in that time. Check out the below gallery featuring photos of the affable drummer from 1963 to the present day. Sir Richard Starkey joined the Beatles in August 1962, replacing the fired Pete Best as the group prepared to record its debut

Episode 74: Collecting Stephen King with Cameron Skip

Listen and subscribe via iTunes | Google Play |  Stitcher  |  RSS Constant Listeners, it’s time we turn our attention back on you. Welcome to another installment of Collecting King, our series that finds us talking to the myriad collectors roaming around King’s Dominion. Yes, yes, we know, there are a lot of you out there. This time around, Michael Roffman

Bruce Springsteen Releases Oft-Bootlegged 1978 Roxy Concert

With five shows broadcast on the radio at the time, Bruce Springsteen’s tour in support of 1978’s Darkness on the Edge of Town brought his reputation as a live performer to a growing audience. One of those dates — the July 7, 1978, concert at the Roxy in West Hollywood, Calif. — has now received its

Black Keys Collaborator Richard Swift Dies at 41

Richard Swift, who’d been the touring bassist with the Black Keys since 2014, has died at the age of 41, band leader Dan Auerbach confirmed. Swift, a multi-instrumentalist, had been a member of the Shins and Auerbach’s side project the Arcs, and also a studio owner, producer and film-maker. “Today the world lost one of the