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545. Cheap Trick at Budokan - Cheap Trick

Brief Background: Cheap Trick at Budokan is the first live album by the band. The album was recorded in Tokyo in April of 1978 and released in Japan in October of that year. 220 more words

W.F. Guest Mix #2 - October 2017 - Silver Louzy

“A collection of pop tunes about love and self-esteem, from everlasting classics to precious and confidential recordings.”
This Guest Mix #2, was made by Silver Louzy, who shared some personal favorites specially for Witan Fols. 144 more words

Mixes & Podcasts

Co-Morbid - Faerground Accidents (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

For a band who wilfully describe themselves as “psychotic pop, psychedelic punk  and androgynous rock n’ roll,” Co-Morbid is a surprisingly together album. Together in the sense that whilst it is wild and raw, challenging and visceral, often intense, always surprising, the songs hold together because of an accessibility and even a brilliant pop sensibility at times. 253 more words

Toward Space "Black Magic" Video Premiere

Music Video for “Black Magic” – Toward Space Spring 2017 album, “The Bomb That Fell”, recorded and produced at Sound of Music Studios by John Morand in Richmond, VA. 87 more words

Rock'n'roll

Lydia Loveless “Boy Crazy and Single(s)”

Lydia Loveless “Boy Crazy and Single(s)”

We’ve been fans of Lydia Loveless since her debut record “Indestructible Machine”. She initially came across as a punk inspired country girl. 332 more words

Album Review

Weezer - Raditude

Pop Rock, Power Pop

The incredibly bad album cover and title, combined with the Lil’ Wayne feature, make me want to believe this is some sort of ironic commentary on the popular music scene. 16 more words

Reviews