Modern technology has not only changed the way consumers purchase and listen to music, it’s changed the way music is recorded. There’s a certain charm (and street cred) to analog recording, but most bands, be they playing stadiums or the bar around the corner from your apartment, record digitally. Show More Summary
As you likely have heard, Clarence Clemons passed away yesterday following the aftermath of a stroke. "The Big Man" was one of the vital components of Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band and followers of the Boss know that his concerts will never be the same again. Show More Summary
Beanie Babies were hot, Napster debuted, ‘Star Wars’ returned, Bruce reunited with the E Street Band, and Pedro Martinez won 26 games. For a while there, it was heaven.
Enjoy these healthy breakfast foods that are under 300 calories - Southern Living What your coffee order says about your personality - HuffPost Taste The band Blur is selling its own ice cream - Grub Street Sweet treats for Memorial Day - POPSUGAR Moms This creamy quinoa risotto is mouthwatering - Eatwell 101 6 essential coffee-making tips - PureWow
The Hardcore Architecture blog is using addresses to reveal, through Google Street View, the often mundane suburban architecture behind the '80s underground scene.
If there’s one thing punks love, it’s adhering to a strict-yet-meaningless set of rules. It’s this truth that led to Green Day being banned from the club that gave the band its start, Berkeley’s now-legendary 924 Gilman Street. The ban...Show More Summary
The band returns to the East Bay venue for first performance in 14 years.
Self-Release/Independent 2015 With a couple of demos and a 2012 EP called "Street Metal Attack" already to their name, Electric Vengeance now roll out their first full-length album with "Manic Possession". If this Texas-based band'sShow More Summary
It was Holy Thursday, and Udson Freitas was sitting on the balcony of his small house in the Complexo do Alemao favela when a girl ran onto his street below, screaming.
Every year, the Fremont Street Experience in downtown Las Vegas brings in free concerts during the late spring and summer with themes such as bands from the ’70s, ’80s or ’90s. Starting Memorial Day weekend, the five-block canopied attraction continues that seven-year tradition with the Rock of...
Experimental punk troupe Round Eye describe their song "City Livin'" as "a love letter to Shanghai", and as you can expect, scenes from the bustling streets of China's number one city make up the backdrop of the music video—shot, directed and edited by the same fella' behind the popular MAMAHUHU sketches. [ more › ]
by Sachyn Mital Polaris / Mates of State @ College Street Music Hall 5/9/2015 On Saturday May 9, the third show at the newly opened College Street Music Hall in New Haven played host to bands with Connecticut roots. The...
On a recent episode of The Tonight Show, host Jimmy Fallon and the band members of U2 got into disguise and traveled to the 42nd street subway station in New York City, right below the Grand Central Terminal, to surprise commuters. The band put on a mini concert while in their clever disguises and then […]
Earlier this week, a shoddily disguised U2 busked in New York City’s 42 nd Street station. The gig was a stunt for Jimmy Fallon, who on Friday dedicated an entire Tonight Show episode to the band. Footage was previously limited to aShow More Summary
THE MIDDLETON ROCK & BLUES FESTIVAL 2015 Boarshaw Working Men’s Club, 1 Dixon Street, Off Boarshaw Road, Middleton, Manchester, M24 6GB Sunday 28th June: 1.00 pm to about 6.30 pm Line-up: Victor Brox & Band: A real live blues legend, having worked with all the greats and recipient in 2014 of a Lifetime Achievement Award from The British Blues Awards […]
Manic Street Preachers shot by Alex Lake. In Rank Your Records, we talk to members of bands who have amassed substantial discographies over the years and ask them to rate their releases in order of personal preference. If Manic Street Preachers are anything, they’re survivors. Show More Summary
Chicago's annual Riot Fest was once a long weekend where punk bands from all over the country along with hordes of merry pranksters took over Chicago (well at least Chicago north of Lake Street and east of Rockwell). It was an opportunity to hear full sets from great bands - some of which rarely toured. Show More Summary
Last week, Blur played their first NYC concert in 16 years. Now, more official footage of that show has surfaced. Watch the band play The Magic Whip cuts "Lonesome Street" and "New World Towers", and also see a behind-the-scenes interview with the group. (Yesterday, they shared "Ghost Ship" and "Song 2".)
Subway performers are hit or miss, but sometimes they're a multi-platinum-selling band in disguise! U2 fans got a great surprise on their daily commute when the band performed in a New York City subway station on Monday night! The band disguised themselves as street performers as they jammed on the S train platform in Grand Central Station [...]
There are all kinds of artists and bands, from all around the world and every time of genre, represented in our picks of the best DIY drops so far in 2015. You can see and hear that by listening to three already published profile playlists of the Best New DIY Music of 2015. The genres [...] Read more, get songs or stream the entire mix on Indie Rock Cafe