Henry Stone, king of the record business, passed away peacefully August 7, 2014, in Miami. Throughout almost 80 years of wildly prolific musical activity, the 93-year-old had a hand in every aspect of the music business and was a true pioneer of independent manufacturing, promotion, and distributio ... More >>
Longevity is far more often the antithesis of punk rock than an adjective used to describe it. But Venezuelan rockers Caramelos de Cianuro don't subscribe to the usual rules. This band has been doing its thing for a very long time now, and it's been doing it well. The group first garnered attent ... More >>
Ultra Naté is the consummate professional. When interviewed, the Maryland-bred and -based maverick diva of deep house, R&B, and the Billboard dance charts steadily holds your gaze, answering questions without a single awkward pause, but in a manner that never feels rehearsed. She speaks f ... More >>
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