Music

  • Flashback Friday: Toto Teaches Us About Africa

    Flashback Friday: Toto Teaches Us About Africa

    Toto’s “Africa” is literally about white people not understanding Africa. That fact alone is all kinds of great. That should give you all the context you need to take in the video for Africa properly. “Africa” begins with a man sitting in what I guess is a library. This is the most intense music video

  • Flashback Friday: Journey Goes Their Separate Ways

    Flashback Friday: Journey Goes Their Separate Ways

    You most likely know Journey from 1:30 A.M. at the bar. People are half asleep and preparing stumble home. But then you hear the familiar opening bars of “Don’t Stop Believin’”, the five time winner of the best bar singalong award according to Alcoholics Anonymous Magazine. However, Journey’s catalog runs deep. The band has recorded countless

  • Short On Ideas Punk Podcast 13

    Short On Ideas Punk Podcast 13

    Lots of new stuff this week. Check out the Toys That Kill, Wastoids and Rose Cross. I also play a recently reissued track from Murderburger and more! http://untiedmag.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/Untied_ShortOnIdeas13.mp3 Any questions, comments & requests can be sent to @dennisfxm. Remember to use the hashtag #SOIPodcast!

  • Embracing the Album: Graceland

    Embracing the Album: Graceland

    We live in a world of short attention spans, and music is no exception. We’ve traded a CD player in the car for an iPod on shuffle and a record player in the house for a streaming service giving us songs on demand. But some songs weren’t meant to be heard of out context. And

  • Short On Ideas Punk Podcast 11

    Short On Ideas Punk Podcast 11

    This week on the Short On Ideas punk podcast, I explore Dirty Work references in NJ punk, talk about new Screaming Females & songs with similar titles. http://untiedmag.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/Untied_ShortOnIdeas11.mp3 Any questions, comments & requests can be sent to @dennisfxm. Remember to use the hashtag #SOIPodcast!