27 Club Appears at Belly Up

Why have so many promising musicians died at the tender age of 27? The question may never be fully answered, but a half dozen performances at The Belly Up the other night certainly ... Continue Reading →

Jamestown Revival at Belly Up

On the heels of their latest album Young Man Jamestown Revival played a two night stand at the Belly Up.  The audience had no issue with the band running through the new album top ... Continue Reading →

CES Update: Panasonic Automotive Powers First UL-Certified eBike with Totem USA

Regular readers will know that I have been following the e-bike sector for many years. It’s been fascinating to see the equivalent of Moore’s Law benefiting the e-bike sector. ... Continue Reading →

The Electrical Life of Louis Wain

Benedict Cumberbatch will look back on 2021 as the year he stretched in both directions. He ventured way outside his comfort zone in “The Power of the Dog,” with massively ... Continue Reading →

Being the Ricardos

By almost any measure, Aaron Sorkin and “I Love Lucy” would be at opposite ends of the spectrum. Nonetheless, it is exactly that seeming disparity that results in this brilliant ... Continue Reading →

Vinyl Resurgence? Problem Solved by Andover Audio

 You’ve read about the vinyl resurgence in the music business, and you wonder what all the fuss is about. You had your heyday with vinyl, building up a nice collection ... Continue Reading →

The Power of the Dog

The uneasiness subtly evolves from the first few minutes. We don’t know where it’s headed, but we await.  Jonny Greenwood’s score consistently evokes the pervasive ... Continue Reading →

tick, tick… BOOM!

Any film that explores the creative process is fascinating to me. Anyone that starts with a blank page, be it the painter, the writer, the composer is impressive indeed.  In ... Continue Reading →