Greg M. Schwartz
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Contributing Editor

Greg M. Schwartz has covered music and pop culture for PopMatters since 2006. He focuses on events coverage with a preference for guitar-driven rock 'n' roll, but has eclectic tastes for the golden age of sound that is the 21st century music scene. He has a soft spot for music with a socially conscious flavor and is also an award-winning investigative reporter. Follow him on Twitter at @gms111, where he's always looking for tips on new bands or under the radar news items.

Features // 17 Articles
Reviews // 191 Articles
Blogs // 27 Articles
//Features

Keller Williams Huffs a Musical 'Vape' With His New Record | 1 Jun 2015 // 5:07 AM

Two decades into his career, Keller Williams still feels more like a summer tour pal that anyone can relate to, rather than a distant rock star.

Is There Anybody Out There? Looking for UFOs in the California Desert | 25 May 2015 // 10:00 PM

With his appearance at the Contact in the Desert conference this year, Jim Marrs continues to spread his unconventional views on what is really going on in the world.

//Reviews

Chalice Brings Together Lovers of Music, Glass, Hash and Art Along Old Route 66 | 7 Aug 2015 // 5:45 AM

STS9 was headlining Chalice for the second straight year and once again drew a devoted audience that reveled in the chance to catch the jamtronica band’s groovy instrumental jams in an intimate setting under the summer stars.

The 2015 Contact in the Desert Conference Looked Up to Space for Answers | 23 Jun 2015 // 5:46 AM

For most attendees of the Contact in the Desert convention, the question was not whether Earth is being visited, but rather, who is visiting?

//Blogs

Smashing Pumpkins Rock for Revolution at Irvine Meadows | 31 Jul 2015 // 3:00 AM

You know Corgan isn’t just going to play a greatest hits set and that’s to his credit, for a formidable catalog of deep cuts the Smashing Pumpkins have.

Veruca Salt Crushes San Diego's Soda Bar | 29 Jul 2015 // 5:30 AM

Veruca Salt is back and ready to kick ass and it feels so good.

//Mixed media
//Blogs

Ubisoft Understands the Art of the Climb

// Moving Pixels

"Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed and Grow Home epitomize the art of the climb.

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