Album Review: Steve Kilbey and Martin Kennedy make chilled-out bliss with “You Are Everything” When I interviewed Steve Kilbey earlier this year he was quite candid about the recent shakiness with his long-running band The Church, and had this to say about his new album “You Are Everything” with Martin Kennedy: “Don’t wait for the next […]
Poll Results: Top 10 Alternative Rock Bassists As voted for by you! The results for our Best Alternative Rock Bassists Poll are in! I’ve compiled a list of the Top 10. There were several ties; entries 10-8 were tied at 3%, 7-6 at 4% and 5-4 at 5%. For tied entries I listed in reverse alphabetical […]
Vote For Best Bassists in Alternative Rock in our new poll. *POLLS ARE CLOSED: Click here for the results! Update; now go check out our new poll for best alternative rock drummers! Voting ends Sunday May 5th! I’ve made lists of the most underrated vocalists and most underrated guitarists in rock. But is there any […]
This is part 2 of my interview with Steve Kilbey. Click here to read Part 1, where we discussed his new solo album ‘The Idyllist’ and his upcoming projects with Martin Kennedy and Greg Dulli. For this segment, we discuss what keeps his creative fires burning, working solo versus collaborating, blogging, and the tenuous future of […]
Steve Kilbey is one of the most prolific songwriters in rock. Through his work with seminal Aussie alternative band The Church, his solo projects and various collaborations, the man has been a flurry of activity. He recently released “The Idyllist“, an excellent solo album that showcases his versatility and clever lyrical gifts (click here for my […]
Album Review: Steve Kilbey lets his style wander with brilliant results with ‘The Idyllist’. Fans of Aussie alternative rock veterans The Church have been a tad on edge lately. Back in October, frontman Steve Kilbey threatened he’d be quitting the band due to claims his management had been delinquent on paying the band royalties. Things seem to […]
The Top 15 Lyricists in Alternative Rock It’s easy to pinpoint your favorite vocalists. Lung power, pitch and emotion make identification easy. And not every song needs great lyrics. There are plenty of great songs where wordplay is negligible at best. But when you can find a song whose words hit you deeply, you’re […]
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