In the final #KingKingXXX post, we put The Red Devils’ “King King” into 1992 context: The underground blues album for the grunge era.
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Red Devils, Thelonious Monster close Jack’s Sugar Shack
A very cool poster from 1994 commemorates The Red Devils and Thelonious Monster (and maybe the Red Hot Chili Peppers) at Jack’s Sugar Shack in L.A.
Rubin bio gives hints of producer at work
Simply calling Rick Rubin a “producer” misses what has made him such an important modern musical figure: He has been a guru, shaman, caretaker, curator, therapist and friend for many artists, coaxing some to produce their greatest music ever. What he does simply cannot be reproduced. Using already-published interviews as a backbone, author Jake BrownContinue reading “Rubin bio gives hints of producer at work”