John Colpitts (Kid Millions, Oneida) examines an iconic exhibition featuring an iconic exhibitionist.
John Colpitts (Oneida, Kid Millions) examines Brooklyn DIY through Goodbye Brooklyn: The Story of Death By Audio.
John Colpitts (Oneida, Kid Millions) finds the show to be nostalgic, pandering and disingenuous about its core: anxiety about the boomer’s relevance.
And learned some pretty vital lessons in the process.
The rise of the MP3 means that some wonderful things about making and listening to music are gone forever. A smart new book tells how we got there.
Bill Kreutzmann's memoir is honest and revealing, if mostly for the already converted.
The celebrated drummer and composer on what the much-ballyhooed film gets very wrong about its central topic: music.
Kid Millions digs into the facets of an ideal mentor.
Even Kid Millions gets a bad review sometimes. Here's why it's counterproductive to read your own press.
A dedicated reader of music memoirs thinks George Clinton’s funk odyssey is a cut above.
On his 20th album, Robyn Hitchcock drops the whimsy for a focused meditation on death, love and loss.
Eric Clapton wants to introduce the American master J.J. Cale to a wider audience. On that level, this album is a success.