Blogger, mind your blog. Hints for the astute!

RockmusicRaider Editorial - Blog and BloggingYou have this urge. This unholy hunger, this need to tell the world your opinion. To put your point across, to share your passion. To be heard and understood.

Basically you want to have a voice, where others have none. Twitter does not really cut it for you, not everyone is Trump. And Facebook is downright creepy, if you start thinking about it. So, you need your own structure, and not have everybody and sundry tell you what to do all day long.

You always heard about these bloggers that work three hours every day and make millions of dollars [...] Click to raid more!

Newsflash: RockmusicRaider now features Playlists!

RockmusicRaider PlaylistsHowdy Fans and Friends, did you know?

RockmusicRaider now features music-only playlists on Spotify, on top of the ones already on YouTube with moving pictures.

Just click on the RockmusicRaider homepage link and head over to the playlist section. Fire one of them up and let ‘er rip. Oh, and give us a like or twenty, follow us and subscribe whenever you can. Those are always great motivators.

For those of you who don’t feel like surfing about RockmusicRaider at this time, just get straight to the lists:

Just sounds, no movement

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Intermittent Digest – Tome VII

RockmusicRaider - Intermittent Digest - Tome VIIWhoops! Is it mid 2018 yet? It is. And thus high time to take stock again of records that excited us at RockmusicRaider since Tome VI appeared on the screens of our esteemed fans. Meantime, the deck crew issued a new Top 10 for 2017 and hammered out yet another edition of the Old’n’Tasty series.

Now, these intermittent digests are surely no top 10 list. But some of those albums might very well end up in a hall of fame or two. And the harvest of records to date is certainly surprisingly eclectic. So – fans and friends – [...] Click to raid more!

Old’n’Tasty Records @ RockmusicRaider – Vol. II

RockmusicRaider - Old'n'Tasty RecordsYou need to give it to them old folks. The ’70’s and ’80s were very productive as far as music is concerned. Barely emerged from early-age rock’n’roll, blues and – not to forget – jazz, rock and later metal were on their quest to claim their place in the musical landscape. This was a time of experimentation, constructing tunes for the future. Not making music for the masses, through old designs like so much patchwork. Which is – come to think of it – what we see a lot of today.

Indeed, older records are – still today – all [...] Click to raid more!