Love the academic rock exactitude of the Hellacopters’ “I’m In The Band”. Blue Öyster Cult’s “Don’t Fear The Reaper” famously has cowbell, but I just realised that it has lots of güiro too! Listened to Depeche Mode’s “Shake The Disease” for the first time in decades. Impressed! One of my Umeå students has got a […]
Hard rock and heavy metal tribute bands will perform at the Rust Festival in Arcadia over Thanksgiving Weekend.
Mark Ryan, the Texan garage-rock cult hero from bands like the Marked Men and Radioactivity, also leads Mind Spiders, a trio that makes spiky and spaced-out psychedelic rock. Early next year, Mind Spiders will follow up their impressive 2016 album Prosthesis with a new one called Furies. Its first single is a krautrock-damaged staring-into-infinity rocker…
It was a double dose of indie rock comebacks at Brooklyn Steel last night (11/19), when the American Football / Land of Talk tour rolled through, with newer dream pop band Pure Bathing Culture making it an excellent triple bill... Continue reading…
Sounds like: Fruit Bats, Real Estate Song: Mopac - Dead Bone Strut What's so good? A couple years back -- or was it a decade ago -- I fell for an easy-going indie rock band called Fruit Bats. I haven't heard anyone successfully pull off a simple sound... Show More Summary
The local singer’s “Whites of Their Eyes” was an instant sensation when its desert-set video—coproduced and coedited by local rock band Sealions’s Jason Travis—hit the internet like a heatwave in mid-July.
Live performance for rock music, or pop music is well-established. Pop singers perform alongside a team of professional dancer. Rock bands play their instruments live, while the lead singer cavorts. Basic stuff. But with Electronic Dance Music, the rules are still being written. Show More Summary
Malcolm Young, the guitarist and co-founder of the rock band AC/DC, has died. Jon Michaud writes about Young’s impressive talent and legacy.
AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young has died aged 64 after suffering for several years with dementia, the band announced Saturday. Young founded the Australian rock group with his brother Angus, who said he will leave "an enormous legacy"....Show More Summary
Malcolm Young, the co-founder and rhythm guitarist of legendary rock group AC/DC, died on Saturday morning. He was 64 years old. The musician founded the legendary band back in 1973 with his brother, Angus Young, and the group strung together a string of hard rock hits including songs very well known to this day, like Highway [...]
Malcolm Young, who co-founded the legendary hard rock band AC/DC alongside his brother, Angus, and is generally regarded to be one of the greatest guitarists to ever walk this planet, has died at the age of 64 following a multi-year battle with dementia. “Today it is with deep heartfelt sadness ... More »
Malcolm Young, guitarist and co-founder of AC/DC, died Saturday at the age of 64. As rhythm guitarist for the legendary rock band, Malcolm Young served as an indispensable foil to Angus Young's arena-stuffing riffs. After forming AC/DC...Show More Summary
"Malcolm, job well done." So ends a Facebook post from Australian rock behemoth AC/DC announcing the death of band co-founder/guitarist Malcolm Young. He was 64 and reportedly died with his family at his bedside. Rolling Stone reports Young's three-year battle with dementia had led him to step way from the...
Malcolm Young, co-founder of the Australian rock band AC/DC with his brother Angus Young, died today. He was 64 and had been struggling with dementia. The group sold 200 million records. Guardian obituary.
Malcolm Young, the co-founder of the legendary rock group AC/DC has died. Young had been suffering from dementia for several years and it appears the condition contributed to his death. The band says Malcolm died Saturday peacefully with his family…
When and where to see the best local bands. by Stranger Things To Do Staff During Freakout Festival this weekend, more than 50 local and touring music acts will fill the Ballard zone for two whole days of rock, soul, hiphop, dance beats, and more. Show More Summary
Friday - Saturday in Ballard by Stranger Things To Do Staff During Freakout Festival this weekend, more than 50 local and touring music acts will fill the Ballard zone for two whole days of rock, soul, hiphop, dance beats, and more.Show More Summary
You picked Live at Red Rocks by Denver-based folk rock band, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, as your favorite new release for the week of November 10, 2017. Poll Results New Releases Did we miss something? If you feel a new release is missing from our current poll, please let us know in the comments. […]
From Guns N' Roses to Motley Crue, nearly every band that prowled Hollywood in the '80s owed a debt to Hanoi Rocks.
Gene Simmons is giving his pal, George Lopez, a pass for his drunken antics at a KISS event, and says there's still room for him the next time the band parties at sea. We got the rock legend outside The London hotel in NYC, and just had…