Posted Thursday, May 15, 2014 - 7:52am by Behrad Brumand


As most of you already know, Alan Parsons is known as one of the greatest sound engineers of the 70s progressive rock era. His most known engineering credits include Abbey Road, Atom Heart Mother, and The Dark Side of The Moon. More recently, he engineered Steven Wilson's The Raven That Refused to Sing.

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Tags: progressive rock, Pink Floyd
Posted Sunday, March 16, 2014 - 11:00am by Darin Tambascio

After Syd Barrett and before The Dark Side of The Moon, Pink Floyd recorded a concert film at the ancient Roman amphitheatre in Pompeii, Italy.

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Tags: Pink Floyd, The Dark Side of The Moon, Meddle, Saucerful of Secrets, Syd Barrett, David Gilmour, The Beastie Boys, progressive rock
Posted Tuesday, March 11, 2014 - 9:27pm by Gabriel Riccio

And you thought Sesame Street was giving kids ADD... just wait until you see the entire internet summarized in 6 minutes in what is hopefully the most spastic video ever made.

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Tags: Pryapisme, france, memes
Posted Saturday, March 8, 2014 - 11:22am by Gabriel Riccio
Omar Rodriguez-Lopez

The Sentimental Engine Slayer is the third film by guitarist Omar Rodriguez-Lopez (The Mars Volta, At the Drive-In, Bosnian Rainbows), but it is only the first to receive a public release. It was completed in 2007, but wasn't released until 2010. Omar wrote, directed, produced, scored, and played the lead character in this film to great effect - the visuals are gorgeous, the plot is thought-provoking, the humor is very funny, and the acting is solid.

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Tags: The Sentimental Engine Slayer, Omar Rodriguez-Lopez, The Mars Volta, At the Drive-In, Bosnian Rainbows, Sargent House, Sonny Kay, Marcel Rodriguez-Lopez, Lars Stalfors, John Frusciante, Sara Christina Gross, Ralph Jasso, Juan Alderete, Paul Hinojos, Los Chidos
Posted Tuesday, March 4, 2014 - 7:46pm by Gabriel Riccio

...and it is truly a spectacle to behold! Mr. Bungle's first and only music video was for 'Quote Unquote', the opening track from their 1991 self-titled debut album, produced by John Zorn.  The song was originally titled 'Travolta', but it was changed to avoid legal retribution. The new title, 'Quote Unquote', is the title of Bob McCabe's unauthorized biography of John Travolta. The song is disturbed on its own, but the video takes it to a whole new level:

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Tags: Mr. Bungle, Travolta, Quote Unquote, Music video, john zorn, Mike Patton, Trevor Dunn, Trey Spruance