Inventing the Convulsive Blues

“Ideally, free improvisation perhaps should be a requisite course for degrees in sociology, psychology, political science, etc., since it involves all these areas, as well as sound production.”

more »


Watch the Next Star Shine

Ultimate Music Showcase raises money for music in schools more »

Jul 24, 2014 News & Notes

Pulse Picks: Dana Rogers & more...

Songwriter shootout at The Camp House, Jonathan Wimpee at The Office, a "Hat Trick" of performers at Rhythm & Blues, and Dana Rogers at the Wednesday Market. more »

Jul 24, 2014 Pulse Picks

Heading to the Sunset, Heading for the Sunrise

Hiatt’s well-won blues, SoCro’s new world order more »

Jul 24, 2014 , Record Reviews

It’s Damimal’s Planet, We Just Live On It

If I had my way, I’d like to see the entire album mounted as a stage production at one of the larger venues in town. more »

Jul 17, 2014 Features

Woman of Her Time

As a male, Grace struggled with gender dysphoria her whole life and in 2012, with little worry about how the decision would affect record sales, she announced her plans to start living life as a woman. more »

Jul 17, 2014 News & Notes

Blues By Way of Israel and Memphis

Listening to any song by the Ori Naftaly Band will tell you that we’ve only heard the opening chords in a great music collaboration. more »

Jul 10, 2014 Features

Current Issue


July 25, 2014


July 26, 2014


July 27, 2014


July 28, 2014


July 29, 2014


July 30, 2014


July 31, 2014