Okay, DJ, the song's fading - what are you going to mix into?
You don't want to get stuck with dead air. Hurry, do something!
Fortunately, we've provided some links to keep your transition
smooth. Whether you want a blast of rock or a wisp of jazz, let
these sites be music to your eyes.
Who's playing where? For the following towns,
we've got the answers. These links are especially useful if you're
planning a trip and want to make the most of your evenings, musical
entertainment-wise. They're also a great place to bone up on
the latest absurd band names.
If anything you just read offended, annoyed or perturbed
your senses, here's your place to scream like an angry punk rocker.
And if you were delighted by any of the music section's articles,
why not sing an aria of praise? To be honest, most of the people
who contribute to our message forum do neither, preferring to
simply play air guitar with words. Care to back them up on verbal
Thanks to user recommendations and our own bloodshot-eye-inducing
Web exploration, we've discovered a number of cool pages we want
to share. These links should have something to offer everybody,
and if you're one of the exceptions, then please email us with
favorite sites of your own.
If there are particular bands or artists you
want to know more about, there's a chance at some
point we've run an article on them. All our articles are meticulously
archived for your browsing pleasure. I tell you, it's even more
enjoyable than flipping through crates of old vinyl records.
Austin's dream of a legitimate hip-hop scene are taking shape. [07-08-97]
Roger's Right Hand
Roger McGuinn and Chris Hillman discuss the legacy of the Byrds as Columbia/Legacy reissues their catalog. [07-02-97]
Dark Side of the Rainbow
Here's your chance to listen to Pink Floyd's "Dark Side of the Moon" while watching "The Wizard of Oz." We know you've been dying to. [07-21-97]
Music Vaults - It would be more accurate to describe these vaults
as "Music Registers," which contain lists of descriptions
about regular local acts in specific cities. You never know,
the next Beatles, Nirvana, Kool & the Gang or even, um, Bachman
Turner Overdrive could be hidden in these pages somewhere. Other
types of vaults are also available.