While researching this playlist a theme kept repeating; change. Many beginnings, ends, and departures into new territory. The Beatles and The Supremes swap the #1 spot on the charts for the fifth time, the Stones get psychedelic then later wise up, Johnny Cash does a live album on his own terms at Folsom Prison, BlackContinue reading »
It was initially scoffed at when introduced, but MTV came on the scene in 1981. Nobody knew the massive impact it would have. The industry was given a powerful new advertising medium, the public got to see all those weirdos who make the music they like, budding film/TV directors got to workshop their skills inContinue reading »
No transitions, no colors. Flat ground. Black. White. Simple?
LRG’s Flatground Forever, as featured on The Berrics: http://theberrics.com/lrg-flatground-forever/
We’ve got Nirvana on our minds lately, awaiting the release of the new Kurt Cobain doc, “Cobain: Montage of Heck.” So here’s a mix of tunes from our favorite “fudge packing, crack smoking, satan worshipping motherfuckers,” (or “flower sniffin’, kitty pettin’, baby kissin’ corporate rock whores,” if you dig censorship). They’re thoroughly alright and decentContinue reading »
Ripping up nature, Flintstone-style. Inspiration is where you find it. Yabba dabba doo!