Todd Rundgren, the 1960s boy wonder who went to Woodstock and changed how production worked, dovetailed into a solo career before slipping out of power pop Beatles influenced orchestration, to wild and wooly prog-rock in 1973, with a hit single to their name, “Set Me Free” in 1980. Over the following decades they broke up and made up with an ever changing line up. Utopia have been at full force since 2011.
SohoJohnny caught up with the band on Monday, May 7th, and had this to add to his splendid pictures: “Smooth flowing classic style rhythm. The new talent that was fabulous and will climb is the keyboardist, Gil Assayas -very talented.”
Age may have aged Utopia, but they have lost none of their skills …
the police owe us an explanation.
sex and skills level the playing field
Fast Money, indeed
“flashes of vivid memories from an ancient time with an ex-lover”
Less push, More flow
350 rock critics, wannabe rock critics, or people with OCD
a new Tupac Shakur exhibit opening downtown LA
a pop LP that isn’t popular is a question mark…
her mama don’t like you and she likes everyone…
the riffs have never been so heavy