The futuristic Artiphon is like something straight out of Star Trek. There's no shortage of digital guitars, keyboards, and drum machines you can connect to your iPhone or iPad. If you're a guitarist, a keyboardist, or a drummer, these controllers are great. Show More Summary
He's Jimmy Page's spine-boiling guitar break at the two-minute mark of "Heartbreaker." He's the world's spiciest pepper, dipped in hot sauce, rolled in cayenne pepper and shoved into your eye socket He's Russell Westbrook, the Oklahoma...Show More Summary
Taylor Swift is one of the hardest working women in music, and it has paid off big-time: Her latest album sold over 6 million copies in just a few short… READ ON
"... and was one of the first prominent clergymen in America to acknowledge his homosexuality publicly, died on Friday in Los Angeles. He was 91."Wearing his clerical collar, accompanied by a jazz guitar or a blues horn, he recited talking-with-God...Show More Summary
Behold the geektastic wonders that are two, count them, two different custom-made Millennium Falcon guitars. One is a 6-string electric guitar, the other a 4-string bass. Created by Doni’s Custom Guitars in Coventry, England, both are...Show More Summary
Harmonix is reviving Amplitude this summer and, if recent rumors hold up, Activison might bring back Guitar Hero. The lows of the rhythm genre are real low, but I'm ready for that high again. Going into this weekend's PAX East, Harmonix is showing gameplay footage and talking multiplayer. Show More Summary
Yogyakarta, Indonesia-based photographer Aditya Permana happened to click his shutter on this forest dragon lizard just in time to catch him deep in a musical trance while performing a leaf guitar solo. Permana told the Dailymail that he "did not directly photograph the lizard at first, until the lizards feel calm and comfortable around me. Show More Summary
After nearly 40 years with the B-52s, Kate Pierson has proven the band’s seemingly eternal significance with a feisty solo debut, Guitars & Microphones. The album was executive produced by Sia, with production work from Ima Robot’s Tim Anderson and the Strokes’ Nick Valensi on guitar, making for a beefed up take on the group’s […]
“Live in the now!” Garth exhorts Wayne as he fawns over a beautiful guitar he can’t afford in the film Wayne’s World. This is a message that we get over and over again in many Eastern philosophies: live in the present moment, not for the past or the future. Further, we learn to practice non-attachment: […]
Erik Meier estimates that in six years of singing and playing guitar in the subway, police have written him a summons around ten times, and each time his ticket has been dismissed. When two NYPD officers approached him on the 2nd Avenue...Show More Summary
The guy who brings a guitar to the party Very General Practitioner Living the dream HOLY FU… oh I see They do make wonderful pets Just some phrases to get you out of a tight squeeze.. Should come in handy Old-school trolling from 1930 2 generations colliding My friend didn’t understand why people were honking […]
Led Zeppelin’s album Physical Graffiti is celebrating its 40 year anniversary this year. To mark the occasion, guitarist Jimmy Page gave an interview in which he was asked about One Direction’s success. In response, Page answered “IShow More Summary
His almost shoulder length hair that is usually tucked back into a straw cowboy hat frames our first kiss and tickles my cheek, his calloused finger tips, worn from hours of guitar playing, are grazing my neck as he wraps his hands up in my perfectly messy waves.
If Pat Metheny never plays another single note, he would have already lived a "bright size life." Pat Metheny was born in Lee's Summit, MO in 1954 and first picked up his guitar at the age of twelve. By age fifteen, he was already playing with the top jazz musicians in town. In 1974, he became a par...
A rich, oddly magnetic new wave record far removed from the artist's introspective 2012 debut, the new "My Dreams Dictate My Reality" sees the singer known as Soko mining retro synths, echoed guitar tones suggestive of New Order and the Cure and hitting the mark without sounding (too)...
The word on the street is that both are seeking a return to the market. The crew of Podcast Unlocked weighs on in whether or not that's a good idea.
Julian Burdock & Danny Del Toro – Double Dare (Self-release) Here’s an enjoyable, understated gem from 24Pesos front man Julian Burdock (guitars and vocals) and Danny Del Toro (harmonica) – an 11 track collection of mainly blues classics, but including a couple of Burdock originals – recorded last year in their home cities of London […]
Christoph Denoth - photo credit: Benjamin Ealovega The Swiss guitarist Christoph Denoth has a new album out, Homages (on the Signum Classics label), exploring Spanish guitar music were written in homage to someone. An intriguing idea...Show More Summary
“I Remember You” Trisha Yearwood Written by Kelly Archer, Ben Carver, and Brad Rempel After the anthemic “Prize Fighter”, Trisha Yearwood softens things with the emotional “I Remember You.” With just an acoustic guitar and simple strings, “I Remember You” … Continue reading ?
Are Rock Band and Guitar Hero really coming back? And is that a good idea? WIRED editors discuss it on this week's Game|Life podcast. The post Game|Life Podcast: Return of the Rock? appeared first on WIRED.