Song of the Day: Eric Clapton “Mainline Florida”

Posted by: Neville C.
Apr 15, 2014

I have always liked Eric Clapton’s 461 Ocean Boulevard LP which contains the song “Mainline Florida.”

Song of the Day: Hawkwind “Orgone Accumulator”

Posted by: DJ Stereo Faith
Apr 14, 2014

While many fans of the band cite “Silver Machine” and “Motorhead” as Hawkwind favorites, mine is definitely the heavy “Orgone Accumulator.”

Song of the Day: The Stooges “1970″

Posted by: DJ Stereo Faith
Mar 27, 2014

Since this month’s passing of Stooges drummer Scott Asheton, I’ve been revisiting all of their records, including “1970,” from Fun House.

Scott Asheton (1949-2014)

Posted by: DJ D-Mac
Mar 17, 2014

Today we say a sad goodbye to Scott Asheton, drummer and original member of the Stooges.

Song of the Day: Happy Mondays “Step On”

Posted by: Neville C.
Mar 10, 2014

The Happy Mondays (from Manchester) emerged in the late 80′s to become on the UK’s biggest bands in the early 90′s. They found the perfect mix of dance and rock in “Step On.”

Song of the Day: Boz Scaggs “Dirty Lowdown (RockMaster Rus B Re-Edit)”

Posted by: Rusty B
Mar 07, 2014

I always loved this Boz Scaggs jam. I always felt like I should take the song too the next level remix-wise.

Song of the Day: Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds “Fifteen Feet of Pure White Snow”

Posted by: DJ D-Mac
Jan 22, 2014

Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds’ “Fifteen Feet of Pure White Snow” is a vignette of desperation, worry, and isolation. But with a hopeful heart.

Song of the Day: Bruce Springsteen “Old Dan Tucker”

Posted by: Neville C.
Jan 21, 2014

There’s a blizzard raging outside my window as I type this and my four year old daughter is dancing (spinning really) around our living room to “Old Dan Tucker” as interpreted by Bruce Springsteen.

Song of the Day: Link Wray “Fire and Brimstone”

Posted by: DJ Meistro
Jan 17, 2014

I was never much a of a rock dude, but lately I’ve been feeling this Link Wray song, “Fire and Brimstone,” recorded in his brother’s chicken shack.

Song of the Day: Jimi Hendrix “Watchtower • The Reflex Re√ision”

Posted by: DJ D-Mac
Dec 30, 2013
Jimi Hendrix

Staying true to the sound of the original as always, The Reflex re-edits and remixes Jimi Hendrix’s immortal cover of Bob Dylan’s “All Along the Watchtower,” using nothing but the original stems, i.e. the original multitrack 1967 recordings.

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