Stuff Like That There roughly simulates the second encore of a marathon Yo La Tengo show, when the casual fans and out-past-their-bedtime parents have gone home and the band indulges in affectionate covers and acoustic rarities. There’s a late-night looseness to the project that’s appealing, if not necessarily consummated by revelatory performances. Show More Summary
On August 10th, reporter Erin Maloney in “Tampa residents band together against developer,” described the opposition of some local residents to the construction of Oldsmar Trace. The proposed 23-house gated community would overlook the nonprofit petting zoo, “Horsepower For Kids.”... The post Tampa Residents Stand Together Against Developer appeared first on.
Storytelling and hardcore go hand in hand. There isn't a better medium for a writer to extoll personal pain or heartache than through the great canvas that hardcore provides. Sometimes bands take that for granted, creating a vaccum in inspiration and uniqueness. Show More Summary
2015 marks the 45th anniversary of one of the greatest bands in the history of recorded music, the Doobie Brothers. To celebrate the group’s sapphire anniversary, we’re counting down the 45 best songs in the band’s 45-year career. A Spotify playlist is at the end of this list for your convenience. Continued below. 45. Show More Summary
All photos by Alice Baxley No one ever warns you about the massive come-down that you get from growing up. This is something that Zac Carper, frontman the of SoCal skate-punk band FILDAR, has had to learn the hard way. At 28 years old,...Show More Summary
Boy oh boy, what a day. The Frightnrs—a traditional reggae band from Queens—have announced their latest EP Inna Lovers Quarrel (out August 28 via Mad Decent), but you can stream it right now on Noisey. The four-piece ensemble takes inspiration from Jamaican rocksteady with a dash of early ska and punk. Show More Summary
More than a singles band, ABBA produced plenty of deep cuts worth seeking out. Here are some of them. The post Ten ABBA songs you should know appeared first on The Snipe News.
When Clyde Romero is inaugurated as president of the Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association on August 29, two members of a tiny Band of Brothers will be on hand to applaud their long-ago comrade-in-arms. The fourth flying soldier in their practically unique group died a hermit several years ago. Show More Summary
Cassidy Richens has the kind of voice that’ll bring you delicate ballads, rowdy pub songs and all those Irish favourites you didn’t know you knew, delivered by a band with the ease and power that comes from playing together for ten years to audiences across Australia: Sandy Gibbney plays the fiddle Peter Richens plays guitar, banjo and [...]
GUITAR LEGEND STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN DIED 25 YEARS AGO TODAY: Read The Dallas Morning News coverage from that day. I was never a full-fledged SRV worshipper back in my ‘80s band days, but I was well-aware that he had monster chops as a guitarist. I was about type “RIP,” but hopefully he’s busy having monster […]
Room 28 Comedy Troop Takes On Trump With “IWVFU” Spoof Will Donald Trump’s ignorance keep him out of the White House? It sure looks that way. Voto Latino Action Network and Room 28 Sketch Comedy Troupe have banded together to
Whether you’re the lead guitarist in hardcore band or just a guitar enthusiast, you need to make your precious equipment part of your home, not an eyesore in the corner. New York’s Hudson Valley Hard Goods introduces the Hyla, a stylish… The post “Hyla” Copper & Wood Wall Guitar Stand by Hudson Valley appeared first on Selectism.
Van Morrison's seminal 1968 LP Astral Weeks and 1970's His Band and the Street Choir, will be expanded, remastered and reissued on October 30th via Warner Bros. Both LPs will be made available digitally and on CD, each featuring a handful of previously unreleased, alternate versions of album cuts. The expanded Astral Weeks...
When you read about bands that struggled before becoming successful, it's always inspiring. But with Strand of Oaks, that struggle is taken to a different level. For the bandleader Tim Showalter, the obstacles were beyond anything most people or bands could endure, yet, he used those obstacles to his advantage. Show More Summary
“BROCKHAMPTON is not another rap collective nor do they aim to be. They are The All American Boy Band and they want the world to take note.” So declares Kevin Abstract, JOBA, Ameer Vann, Matt Champion, Dom McLennon, Rodney Tenor, and Merlyn Wood, straight outta San Marcos, Texas. They came together as BROCKHAMPTON on New […]
The noisemongering L.A. act HEALTH has, historically, not brought out the best in music critics. Reviews of Get Color and the band’s two remix records, both titled Disco, seem to have practically written themselves; there is probably no place in contemporary music criticism can one more dependably... Continue reading
“This ain’t the place to be” belts out frontman Peter Niven at the very start of “It’s A Mess,” the opening track of the Atom Age’s latest album Hot Shame. He’s only slightly wrong in his sentiment, as the band has crafted a solid collection of riff-heavy rock ‘n’ roll songs, but seems to be […] The post Album Review: The Atom Age – ‘Hot Shame’ appeared first on Glide Magazine.
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When a rock band tries to sell you expensive tour merch, that usually makes them less cool. That’s not the case with AC/DC, though. The legendary rockers just unveiled some new merch for the North American leg of their “Rock or Bust” tour, and it pretty much cements their status as the coolest rock band […]