MusicTAP, a site that features music release news from several locations, reviews of albums and DVDs, and the more than occasional ramble of thought, incoherent or otherwise. He desires greatly to re-spark the love of music in today's environment with the older audience. But he can be fun too. Oh, and he did eventually move up to FM radio which pretty much explains his musical eccentricities." />

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February 2013


Articles From Matt Rowe in February
Wednesday Feb 27, 2013 05:00 PM ET
And so, with the now anticipated return of Iggy and The (almost complete) Stooges, many fans are going to receive a gift that they may have thought would never materialize. Ready to Die will be released by the cutting edge independent label, Fat Possum.
Saturday Feb 23, 2013 35:00 PM ET
Many things can be said about Alabama Shakes and their important singer/guitarist, Brittany Howard. One thing, however stands out — if you have caught any of their live performances, or own the debut album, you are witness to greatness.
Wednesday Feb 20, 2013 10:00 PM ET
It's always a pleasure to run across a band that has created new music with an ear to the past. One of these bands, the cleverly named The Mary Onettes, hail from Sweden.
Monday Feb 11, 2013 20:00 AM ET
The Strokes lit up the skyline in New York City with their favorably received RCA Records debut, Is This It, back in 2001. Then, their album sparked interest not only from the critics but also from a developing fan base that found many of the songs on Is This It exactly what they wanted to hear.
Wednesday Feb 6, 2013 50:00 PM ET
Being interested in how Audio Fidelity works and their focus on providing the best sound that can be extracted from decades-old master tapes, I interviewed Marshall Blonstein to gain new insights into where Audio Fidelity is going and what could possibly be next from his historic label.
Monday Feb 4, 2013 40:00 AM ET
Skydog: The Duane Allman Retrospective will stand as a tribute to one of the most influential guitarist in the history of rock music. Fans of Duane Allman will, no doubt, be enraptured by this collection of rare and important pieces of brilliance.

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