Jordannah Elizabeth is an author, music critic, editor, and folk soul musician. She is the author of "Don't Lose Track Vol 1: 40 Articles, Essays and Q&As.
7 months ago | Rock
It’s been 20 years since the emergence of neo-psych band The Warlocks. In 1998, the brief implosion of The Brian Jonestown Massacre in Los Angeles allowed bassist Bobby Hecksher to join the band, and in turn, find his own sound through the friends...
9 months ago | Interviews
To coincide with 20 full years of existence, sludgy neo-psych D.C. band Dead Meadow have returned with a new album, The Nothing They Need, a collection of heavy rock songs that embody deep layers of nostalgia, with all former members returning.
1 year ago | Festivals
After living much of her life in the shadow of her husband John, Alice Coltrane is increasingly being recognized for her own musical genius. An Oct. 29 concert, part of the Red Bull Music Academy Festival, will continue that reappraisal.
1 year ago | Indie Rock and Stuff
And more from the band's mercurial frontman and born-again Angeleno, Jamie Stewart.
1 year ago | Funk-y
The veteran selector reveals how he first got into DJing, and what led him to the sounds of '60s soul, rock and funk.