The evolution of music videos is an interesting one. Back in the 60s and 70s, it was fairly common for pop/rock artists would burst into the mainstream with appearances on late-night talk shows or through performances on shows such as Top Of The Pops, Old Grey Whistle Test, or Don Kirshner’s Rock Concert. Bands did … Continue reading Music Anti-Videos
As promised, here’s the second portion of my Etsy purchase from Wonderland Toys. In actuality, these were the first of all the packs of cards I decided to buy when I found the seller. As The Beatles were also known as The Fab Four, this came in a bundle of four. I don’t think that … Continue reading 1996 Sports Time The Beatles Cards
After completing a recent entry where I drew some music trading card designs, I got an itch to buy some old cards and rip open packs. I’m well aware that pretty much any cards I obtained as a child had little-to-no monetary value, but I've always found something satisfying behind the mystery of what … Continue reading Dandy Rock’N Bubble Playing Cards
While I’ve never had a musical project that escaped the confines of a jam room or apartment, I often find myself admiring album art in wonder of what artistic styles would be appropriate for any particular sound. As good as the work of many of the more heavily-utilized cover artists can be, I feel I’d … Continue reading Please Make My Album Cover!
Tomorrow is my brother’s birthday, and as a result of being his twin, tomorrow is also my birthday. For some reason, we never bother to get each other presents to help ring in the occasion. We usually just hang out and go have a nice meal somewhere, so it’s not much different than any other … Continue reading Brothers
I can always find an excuse to talk about Metallica. If that excuse comes in the form of an obscure collectible I only recently learned existed, then all the better. A random eBay scroll showed me the above cover, and I knew I had to own this. I didn’t know why Metallica are … Continue reading Tales Of The Unauthorized – Metal Thunder Comics (Metallica)
Did you ever see a band tour with a new member only to see that person be replaced before heading back to the studio for a new album? I’ll call these types of musicians ‘in-betweeners’, if only to give their distinction more of a cute title. It’s an occurrence that’s not all that rare. In … Continue reading The In-Betweeners – Dean Menta