Articles by Chris Bisha

Ten Tunes I Still Crank

January 22, 2019 by

I have a running bit with some of my friends and colleagues about songs we would blow up and eliminate from the mass of human consciousness. (That list for me will always begin with “Celebration” by Kool & the Gang.) But I’m tired of all the negative energy, so let’s talk about some tunes that, […]

Greta Van Fleet — Anthem of the Peaceful Army

January 1, 2019 by

Anthem of the Peaceful Army by Greta Van Fleet Lava Records Catalog#: B0029008-02 Greta Van Fleet are now Grammy-award winners, so we figured it was high time 360°Sound weighed in on their first full-length release. The much-anticipated Anthem of the Peaceful Army was released this past October to a fanfare of media criticism and a […]

Echo & the Bunnymen Mix Up the Medicine

December 8, 2018 by

Echo & the Bunnymen Fillmore Detroit 23 November 2018 I’ve been a big fan of Echo & the Bunnymen since my good buddy Stonehenge (no one knows who he is or what he’s doing) turned me on to them around the time of their release of Ocean Rain in 1984. Surprisingly, I’ve never seen them […]

DUENDE! with David J — Oracle of the Horizontal

December 1, 2018 by

Oracle of the Horizontal by DUENDE! with David J Glass Modern Records catalog#: GLAMCD005 So David J was in town. Turns out the legendary bassist for Bauhaus, and later Love & Rockets, has a thing for Theater Bizarre and was in Detroit working with the Orchestra on a project. Jeff Howitt of local prog/psych/garage rock ‘n’ […]

Brian Setzer Orchestra — Still Rockin’ Around the Xmas Tree

November 24, 2018 by

Brian Setzer Orchestra Fox Theater Detroit, Michigan 18 November 2018 Brian Setzer, the high priest of rockabilly, is once again out there with his Orchestra getting fans rocked up for the holiday season. This is his 15th annual Christmas tour, and at 59 he doesn’t show any signs of taking his foot off the gas […]

Elton John — Fu’s Fave 5 Tracks

November 15, 2018 by

His Majesty Sir Reginald Dwight (excuse me) Sir Elton John, is back on the Yellow Brick road for his three-year extended Farewell tour. I took in the first of his two shows in Detroit last month at Pizza Pizza Place (excuse me) Little Caesars Arena. I’d never seen him live and I’m really glad I […]

CANJAM RMAF 2018 — The Quest for Gain

October 25, 2018 by

There was a great positive vibe at this gathering in Denver’s fairly remote Tech Center neighborhood. I’ve been attending hifi and audio shows for over 20 years and this was the best experience I’ve ever had. I met a lot of great people who were gracious, patient and generous with their time and knowledge. There’s […]

Detroit Booze Rock — Greta Van Fleet edition

September 27, 2018 by

Greta van Fleet The Fillmore Detroit, Michigan 25 May 2018 OK, so rock is dead they say. Kids don’t play guitars anymore. Rock ‘n’ roll spectacle has given way to American Idol runners-up, hip hop and choreography. Well, on this sweltering Friday evening heading into Memorial Day weekend, I begged to differ. I had heard […]

Son Volt at The Loving Touch

September 20, 2018 by

Son Volt The Loving Touch Ferndale, Michigan 8 August 2018 Raise your hand if you met your spouse on MySpace. Wait, you mean I wasn’t supposed to marry her? Well, I blame Jay Farrar. Back in the aughts (2000s) MySpace was kind of a big deal on the burgeoning social media scene. I got my […]

I’ll Take the Lead, Part 2

August 15, 2018 by

We’re going to call this the Keith Richards Tribute List. Side man steps up for a turn out front on lead vocals. While Mr. Richards (pictured) is not featured on this list, he is indeed its very inspiration. We believe Keith deserves his own list, which we hope to bring you in a future editorial […]