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The Crooked Path to Badfinger’s “Straight Up”

Geoff Emerick, George Harrison, and Todd Rundgren all had a hand in the extended production of this 1971 album.

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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: And the Nominees Should Be…

The Monkees, Spinners, and Todd Rundgren need to be inducted already!

christmas music playlist

A Holiday Playlist Adventure

The only truism about Christmas music is that even the most beloved song can wear thin if it becomes too ubiquitous. As a public service, CultureSonar is happy to offer a selection of seasonal songs to liven up your playlist. Many are by familiar artists,

beatlesque bands

15 Bands Following In The Beatles’ Footsteps

The Next Beatles. It’s a phrase that has gotten tossed around a lot since the breakup of the world’s most famous band. For those bestowed with this accolade, it was a considerable compliment. Sometimes, it was also a curse. After all, who could possibly match

XTC

Andy Partridge Looks Back at XTC

XTC was one of the great post-punk bands of the 80s. They created cleverly-written, tightly-played tunes that made you want to dance to subjects as dark as war (“Generals and Majors”) and abortion (“Respectable Street”). Andy Partridge’s clear, stinging vocals zeroed in on harsher aspects