A manifold neo-psychedelic gem outside of time and ripe for rediscovery.
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After its cancellation in 1989, By Way of the Drum’s cult reputation grew in proportion…
Funkadelic is dead, long live Funkadelic. And still there’s no decent dick in Detroit.
Whether one starts here or elsewhere, it’s a trip well worth taking.
By the end of the 1970s, George Clinton’s P-Funk empire was crumbling.
No amount of critical reappraisal can make Rave Un2 the Joy Fantastic a great album.
The legacy of Vanity 6 remains secure.
Movement sets itself apart by downplaying the importance of a lead singer in a band…
Talk Is Cheap is clearly worthy of the deluxe reissue treatment for historical reasons alone.
The book starts to feel like the equivalent of listening in on friends as they…