Posted on May 2, 2013 4 Comments
The late-great Benjamin Orr (The Cars) released a song in 1986 that would remain forever in our hears but lost in the shadows for years after it’s initial success. ‘Stay the Night’ is the musical equivalent to that brisk breeze at night that makes the little hairs on your arm stand up. If you have […]
STEVE MOORE LIVE ON THE RADIO.
Posted on April 17, 2013 1 Comment
Steve Moore, Stevie Wayne…two masters of their craft. One creates pulsating synth spectacles, the other just happens to have both the sultriest voice in broadcasting AND the hottest program in Antonio Bay on KAB radio. But today we’ve shifted frequencies to Philadelphia’s WXPN 88.5, where Steve Moore recently performed live on the station’s ‘Star’s End Radio’ show at the […]
A STEAMY MOMENT OF SILENCE.
Posted on November 22, 2012 4 Comments
I’m not going to lie, what you’re about to read in the following paragraphs might make you hurl up that megaburger you wolfed down earlier. If you’ve been a regular stay around here lately then you’ve probably noticed the number of blacked out photos with obnoxious lines running through them. An unexplainable bug nestled into […]
CONQUER THE WIND [EP].
Posted on March 1, 2012 2 Comments
“The art of excitement, the science of control.” All it took was a glance at these cars parked in a lot and you could hear the V8 engine whispering to you, calling you to the road. The look of these vehicles just screamed pure power. And then there were the commercials. When it comes to […]
Posted on January 11, 2012 3 Comments
The following song is dedicated to all you night beasts out there on the street right now. This is the song that plays after your savage night out with that that special skirt. The city is empty at this time of night, feeling like you and your trenchcoat are the only remaining survivors. You take […]
Posted on November 17, 2011 3 Comments
I have come to realize after listening to Mitch Murder’s new effort Current Events that this man is a Spirit Warrior. Meaning he evokes the spirit of the time period in which his music is associated with so well, with such authenticity, while bashing and thrashing through the mundane, dull, generic bargain bin of music […]