rock and roll
Photo by Victoria Mahoney FFO: The Strokes, Queens Of The Stone Age, Mini Mansions, Twin Peaks If you’ve been missing the sweet sounds of New York rock, then you can’t miss CRX at the Doug Fir, Tuesday, November 29th. Fronted by The Strokes’ Nick Valensi, CRX is a refreshing return to the grunge sounds we […]
I’ve missed you, KPSU. Here’s a selection of songs from the records I’ve been holding dear since we last met.
A very special episode wherein I’m joined by DJ DJ, my pops. We played through the best dad rock of the past few decades with some of his old favorites and a few of mine.
We’ve finally hit the big 50. To celebrate, I pulled a stack of the best finds from my time spent digging at the forever missed Belmont Records. Thanks for listening. <3 Forgive the bumbling intro. Lenny's hammond organ shreddin' is very distracting.
A continuous mix of vinyl while covering for The Cue. 4 Note: Unfortunately, the audio dropped out in the middle of the Bobbie Gentry track I played. I’ve edited it out and segued together the track before and prior.
Happy Friday the 13th! Happy? Spooky Friday the 13th? Lucky Friday the 13th? Sure – let’s go with that one – I hope you had a lucky Friday the 13th. No black cat run-ins, ladder altercations, etc, etc. This week’s Fighting Rose just serves as another list of reasons Classic Rock is the greatest music […]
The last few weeks of Fighting Rose have been a little theme-heavy, so this week we’re gettin’ back to the roots of everything Fighting Rose stands for – rock. Just your basic ol’ classic rock. Your basic ol’ classic rock being the greatest genre out there and having the best crop to pick from, of […]
Jams of the summer variety. Everything from locals The Domestics to kiwi rock legend Chris Knox.
Songs with guitars. Honoring the spirit of Guitar Shop. Photo: A trifecta of shredding. HAIM at MusicFestNW 2014. Photo Credit: Me.
Songs about the moon, observatories, gravity and more. Photo Credit: Niel Hayes