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  • CD Review: Rocket 3 “Burn”

    The Rock and Roll Report
    Matheson Kamin
    4 Feb 2015 | 12:37 pm
    Portland-based band Rocket 3 is a three-piece rock outfit that features the playing of Guitarist, singer, and songwriter Ramune Nagisetty; Drummer Drew Anymouse and bassist Tony Guzman. Each of the three musicians found their way to Portland from different parts of the country only to discover each other in Portland and from there they put together a band that combines different genres of rock and roll to create their sound. Rocket 3 is currently promoting their current album entitled Burn. Burn from Rocket 3 begins with the track “Fate”. The track is a strong rock track that adds…
  • McVie ‘completes’ Fleetwood Mac picture

    TeamRock News
    2 Mar 2015 | 11:00 am
    Fleetwood Mac mainman Lindsey Buckingham says having keyboardist Christine McVie back in the fold makes them a more ‘complete’ band.
  • Lou Reed Not A Beatles Fan

    VintageRock.com News
    Vintage Rock
    18 Feb 2015 | 8:14 am
    Lou Reed said he "never liked" the Beatles and thought they were "garbage"....Audio footage has emerged of late Velvet Underground singer Lou Reed labeling the Beatles as "garbage".The clip is part of PBS' animated 'Blank On Blank' project, a series of videos which combine the audio of old interviews with famous artists with newly sketched animation.As Rolling Stone report, the latest unearthed interview dates back to 1987 and sees Reed sharing his opinion on both the famous four and the Doors."When [bands] did try to get 'arty,' it was worse than stupid rock & roll," Reed says in the…
  • Statue of Pete Doherty as crucified Christ to be displayed in London church + MORE

    Stars & Catz » Mainstream & Indie News
    Oliver Braithwaite
    17 Feb 2015 | 6:03 pm
      Today’s News & Buzz   News: Motley Crue 2015 Australian tour dates leaked – www.fasterlouder.com.au They're coming in May and they promise to never come back. Continue Reading On www.fasterlouder.com.au » Until The Ribbon Breaks Tiny Desk Concert – www.bignewsnetwork.com <br>The beauty of the Tiny Desk lies, at least partially, in the limitations of […]
  • Concert Review: Paul Rodgers at The Joint, Tulsa Hard Rock Hotel

    Real Rock News
    Real Rock News
    15 Nov 2014 | 10:57 am
    Photos & Story by Scott A. Smith How in the wide, wild world of rock-and-roll does he do it? Rock-singing icon Paul Rodgers continues to defy time whenever he takes command of the concert stage. The Bad Company singer-songwriter and former Free co-founder quite possibly has the best-preserved voice in all of rock music. The perpetually smiling, seemingly-ageless Rodgers sounds exactly like he did in 2003. And in 1993. And in 1973.With Queen’s Freddie Mercury gone, Rodgers possesses the greatest singing voice in rock music. Five words into Rodgers’ solo-band’s set on Nov. 13 had the…
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  • CD Review: Bone Cave Ballet “Will of the Waves”

    Matheson Kamin
    2 Mar 2015 | 9:56 am
    Because of the nature of Progressive Rock, you either like it or you don’t. Bands like Yes or Pater Gabriel-era Genesis fall into the “love ‘em or leave ‘em” category. Because of that, you really hear of bands from today that have made the plunge into the Progressive Rock genre. One band that exists today that has decided to create Progressive Rock music is the Seattle-based group Bone Cave Ballet. The four-piece band consists of Jacqui Gilroy on guitar and vocals; Kelly Mynes on drums; Ezekiel Lords on bass and Jeff Blancato on guitar. Together, the members of…
  • CD Review: Rocket 3 “Burn”

    Matheson Kamin
    4 Feb 2015 | 12:37 pm
    Portland-based band Rocket 3 is a three-piece rock outfit that features the playing of Guitarist, singer, and songwriter Ramune Nagisetty; Drummer Drew Anymouse and bassist Tony Guzman. Each of the three musicians found their way to Portland from different parts of the country only to discover each other in Portland and from there they put together a band that combines different genres of rock and roll to create their sound. Rocket 3 is currently promoting their current album entitled Burn. Burn from Rocket 3 begins with the track “Fate”. The track is a strong rock track that adds…
  • GREY “Self-Titled”

    Intensely Nick
    23 Jan 2015 | 9:31 am
    We are facing hundreds of new releases of singles, EP’s and albums every day, but only a few can make you suck up into their music because only quality and uniqueness can make you a loyal fan of the artist instantly. This is what happened when I first heard Grey’s debut self-titled EP through one of the many streaming services after a friend recommended it to me through social media. After listening to the 4 songs on their self-titled EP I knew this is a band I will listen for a lifetime. Their sound is hard yet melodic and the leading vocalist has such a powerful voice. The…
  • CD Review: The Armory “Rediscover”

    Matheson Kamin
    12 Jan 2015 | 1:13 pm
    Many of today’s rock bands that are out there selling out music venues are filling up those venues and radio airwaves with a pop-inspired style of rock and roll. This pop-based rock is mainly to ensure music sales. Along the way, that pop-based sound replaced the real rock and roll that was being created only fifteen years ago; but every once in a while, you will find a band that still brings the energy that many seem to have lost. One such band that still has that strong rock edge to their music is The Armory. The Georgia-based band of The Armory is a five-piece musical outfit that is…
  • CD Review: RetroFunk S/T

    Matheson Kamin
    5 Jan 2015 | 2:05 pm
    Every so often, you come across an album of music that contains nothing but cover versions of popular songs. Since each of the songs included is a cover version, what sets one of these albums apart from others of the same style of music is the talent of everyone that was brought together to bring the music to life. The better the playing and singing, the more enjoyable the album is. Plus, if the album comes with great arrangements and solid production quality on the songs, then you know you really have something worth checking out. Under the watchful eyes of Executive Producer Fausto Guerrero…
 
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    Real Rock News

  • Concert Review: Styx at The Joint, Tulsa Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

    Real Rock News
    28 Feb 2015 | 5:56 am
    Photos & Story by Scott A. Smith Each year, a frantic touring schedule of nearly 200 gigs threatens to zap the on-stage energy and artistic drive of Styx. Yet at each show, Styx members Tommy Shaw (guitar, vocals), James “JY” Young (guitars, vocals), Lawrence Gowan (keyboards, vocals), Ricky Phillips (bass, vocals) and Todd Sucherman (drums) race from behind the darkened backstage area with a lot of zip in their step. It’s a youthful, seemingly undying passion to deliver 150 percent to their paying audience. With the Grammy Award-nominated Styx, there’s no time to lazily slosh…
  • Concert Review: Chester Thompson, Blue Lion at UAFS, Fort Smith, Arkansas

    Real Rock News
    26 Jan 2015 | 5:04 pm
    Photo & Story by Scott A. Smith Pete Townshend. Joe Walsh. Ann and Nancy Wilson. Rick Derringer. All three guys in Rush. As great as these rock icons sound on their respective studio recordings, it’s the concert stage that reveals all of the magical dimensions of their instrumental abilities. The same can be said of drumming legend Chester Thompson, who has recorded and toured with a Who’s Who in Rock and Roll throughout the decades. Following a brief stint with drummer Bill Bruford (Yes, King Crimson), Genesis hired Thompson in 1977 so drummer Phil Collins could take over the…
  • Concert Review: Brian Wilson, The Joint at the Tulsa Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

    Real Rock News
    6 Dec 2014 | 11:49 am
    Photos & Story by Scott A. Smith Somewhere along the way, pop became a dirty, hate-attracting word in rock music. For years, many hard-rock fans — and some critics — have shot their noses skyward at the mere mention of the word pop, a word too many people have associated with bubble-gum, completely disposable music. But there was a time, before the terms hard rock and heavy metal frequented society, when the steely sounds of Jimi Hendrix and the early work of Led Zeppelin and The Rolling Stones were actually called pop by many, and not in a derogatory way. The pop-music umbrella used…
  • Concert Review: Paul Rodgers at The Joint, Tulsa Hard Rock Hotel

    Real Rock News
    15 Nov 2014 | 10:57 am
    Photos & Story by Scott A. Smith How in the wide, wild world of rock-and-roll does he do it? Rock-singing icon Paul Rodgers continues to defy time whenever he takes command of the concert stage. The Bad Company singer-songwriter and former Free co-founder quite possibly has the best-preserved voice in all of rock music. The perpetually smiling, seemingly-ageless Rodgers sounds exactly like he did in 2003. And in 1993. And in 1973.With Queen’s Freddie Mercury gone, Rodgers possesses the greatest singing voice in rock music. Five words into Rodgers’ solo-band’s set on Nov. 13 had the…
  • New Interview With Judas Priest Guitarist Richie Faulkner

    Real Rock News
    29 Oct 2014 | 5:22 am
    Photo & Story by Scott A. Smith Vowing to never fade away — or turn the volume on their amp stacks lower than the “10” setting — Judas Priest are back on the road with a new set list and their bold, all-or-nothing attitude. The heavy metal icons — singer Rob Halford, guitarists Glenn Tipton and Richie Faulkner, bassist Ian Hill and drummer Scott Travis — will bring part of their Redeemer of Souls Tour to fans at 8 p.m. Nov. 6 to the Allen Event Center, 200 E. Stacy Road, No. 1350 in Allen, Texas, near Dallas. Judas Priest played the venue with openers Thin Lizzy and…
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  • Tom DeLonge Combs 'Personal Stash' for Solo LP

    2 Mar 2015 | 12:14 pm
    Former founding Blink-182 member Tom DeLonge isn't letting his public breakup from the band get in the way of releasing new music. Just over a month after Blink-182 announced that their guitarist had left the band "indefinitely," DeLonge revealed plans to release an album titled To the Stars… Demos, Odds and Ends. The LP, which will arrive on April 21st, comes directly from DeLonge's "personal stash." DeLonge also shared a short trailer for the album featuring snippets of four new songs: DeLonge also launched a new website detailing the many different…
  • Hear Kanye West's Triumphant New 'All Day'

    2 Mar 2015 | 11:54 am
    UPDATE: A representative for West has confirmed that Paul McCartney is the artist whistling at the end of "All Day." The section appears to be a re-recording of a song McCartney wrote in 1969 that was inspired by a Pablo Picasso painting of a guitarist.  The studio version of Kanye West's new So Help Me God single, "All Day" is now streaming online. The rapper premiered the song, with fire-breathing pyrotechnics, at the BRIT Awards last week, where he visibly astonished the likes of Taylor Swift and Lionel Richie. Watch Kanye West's Poignant Speech on Racism at BET Honors The…
  • Dr. John Captures the Spirit of Satch at Louis Armstrong Tribute Show

    2 Mar 2015 | 10:58 am
    Near the end of his February 27th show at New York's Town Hall, singer-pianist Mac Rebennack – the New Orleans R&B medicine man also known as Dr. John – opened what was obviously a slow, dark ballad with an extended run on his piano: robust flourishes of anguish in the middle and upper ranges; rhythmic torrents of sob down below. When he eventually leaned into the mic, in front of his road band the Nitetrippers and six-piece brass section, the tempo and rueful flair of the music practically announced the song, the traditional, mourning blues "St. James Infirmary."…
  • Stream Arcade Fire Member Will Butler's New Album 'Policy'

    2 Mar 2015 | 10:38 am
    Arcade Fire multi-instrumentalist Will Butler will release his debut solo LP Policy on March 10th, but before the album hits shelves next week, Butler has offered up a stream of Policy's eight tracks (via Pitchfork). In a statement, Butler describes Policy as "American music — in the tradition of the Violent Femmes, the Breeders, the Modern Lovers, Bob Dylan, Smokey Robinson, the Magnetic Fields, Ghostface Killah. And John Lennon (which counts)." Butler will also perform on Late Show With David Letterman on March 10th, the day of Policy's release. Montreal Madness: Arcade…
  • Depeche Mode Founder Martin Gore Preps New Instrumental LP

    2 Mar 2015 | 9:19 am
    Depeche Mode founder Martin Gore will release MG, a solo LP of 16 electronic instrumentals, on April 28th via Mute. Gore began work on the album following the March 2013 conclusion of Depeche Mode's Delta Machine tour, writing and producing the material at his home studio in Santa Barbara, California.  Depeche Mode Prepare to Re-Invade America In a statement, the synth-pop pioneer – who has written the bulk of Depeche Mode's material since co-founding the band in 1981 – says the idea of an instrumental album had been brewing for years. "I wanted to keep the music very…
 
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    Tiny Mix Tapes

  • ♫ Listen: Legowelt - “Deep Magic Begins Here”

    Papaya
    2 Mar 2015 | 4:20 pm
    In my Legowelt dossier, his real name (Danny Wolfers) isn’t so important, though I like to remember his seldom-used but delightful aliases such as Nacho Patrol, The Psychic Stewardess, Jackmaster Corky, and Twilight Moose, among others. He’s been putting out tracks since at least Y2K, but I never think of him as an old-timer, since his new material sounds as fresh as ever. All evidence seems to suggest he lives in The Netherlands, yet in my head he resides in the harsh wintery climate of Berlin - and I say, let him live somewhere where the temperature stays around zero degrees, if…
  • ♫ Listen: Brian Blomerth - The Horny Bucket

    Mukqs
    2 Mar 2015 | 11:36 am
    “Your tail, it looks magnificent to me. It looks like a disgusting visage of my own face.” While rummaging around out there in the moldy shipping crates of the American noise underground, you’ll encounter plenty of eager characters who will offer in so many words to [blow] [split] [fuck] your mind straight open with the deranged contents of some new limited edition release. Such sexual terminology feels out of place in the context of, say, one straight hour of no-input mixer feedback, you think. You imagine the perved out sonics that would warrant a true…
  • Kid Antoine attempts to justify his club royalty with debut EP Proximity, out on Her Records this month

    Mike Reid
    2 Mar 2015 | 10:54 am
    Jesus, make some room, Vatican Shadow. You’re no longer the only electronic artist choosing to use war and militarism as inspirations for your music, even if the Copenhagen-based “Club Prince” Kid Antoine does seem to be doing so with less of a ferocious reaction. Antoine told The FADER last week that the basis for the title track on his new EP was more an effort in introspection, as it wrestled with the “dichotomy between military fetishism learned via my experience with war simulators at a young age and later a genuine disgust at the act of war.” Less obvious…
  • Cerberus: Peals - Seltzer

    Strauss
    2 Mar 2015 | 10:30 am
    By Strauss on Mar 02 2015 If there’s one thing we can all count on, it’s time. Right? We know that one-Mississippi will always take exactly one-Mississippi long to get through all those syllables. Maybe it’s intentional-irony, then, that music composed for and performed in a very specifically time-centric space (the clock room of the famed Bromo Seltzer Tower in downtown Baltimore) would wind up being the unpredictable exercise in chance and freedom that it is for much of its running length. The duo known as Peals (William Cashion and Bruce Willen, bassists of Double Dagger…
  • Film Review: Ejecta (Dir. Chad Archibald, Matt Wiele)

    Slouch
    2 Mar 2015 | 9:22 am
    Ejecta Dir. Chad Archibald, Matt Wiele [IFC Midnight; 2014] by Slouch Rating: Cinema has been slow to take up the challenge posed by YouTube, Netflix, and Amazon Prime, a world of multiple juxtapositions in endless windows. When it has, it’s mostly resulted in the occasional good documentary, like Catfish, or some middling found footage horrors, none of which really capture the existential terror of watching make-up tutorials on YouTube, in your pants, with pizza grease dripping over your pale, naked chest. That’s likely to remain the situation if Ejecta is anything to go by. Ejecta is…
 
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    26 Feb 2015 | 7:00 pm
    You can now listen again to selected shows and features including our recent Chris Thompson interview.
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  • New Music - Thief

    cpuisto
    25 Feb 2015 | 7:37 pm
    Excellent indie pop from down under.
  • Here I go Again/Whitesnake

    jortegasa78
    25 Feb 2015 | 7:26 pm
    There was a time when rock was king, When you would turn up the volume and voom the radio would blast whatever trouble you had away. Times have changed, but that does not mean that we cant go back and listen to the music of the past. Here I go again was such a great song, it had a message of “No Mas” while have the swagger of coolness that is missing from music so much these. So enjoy and listen to David Coverdale explain how hard life can be.
  • Wizzard live 1972 & 1973

    vintagerock
    25 Feb 2015 | 7:00 pm
    Wizzard live 1972 and 1972 I’ve always been a big Roy Wood fan. “Fire Brigade” and “Blackberry Way” are two of my favourite songs; I remember sitting as a kid, in front of the TV with my parents, watching Top of the Pops totally transfixed by Roy and the late great Carl Wayne. By the time I got to see Roy live the Move had split, Roy had formed ELO with Jeff Lyne, and then left to form his own ultimate rock’n’roll band Wizzard. I first saw Wizzard when the made their second live appearance at the Reading Festival in August 1972. They had just released…
  • VINYL ATTACK: Santana

    jbgould
    25 Feb 2015 | 2:46 pm
    If there’s one word that comes to mind in regards to today’s modern culture, it would be revival.  There is a constant desire to not just progress technologically, but also to pay homage and revive the classic sources of entertainment that some thought would be long gone by now.  Vinyl records are a great way to pay tribute and homage to the great music that has come and gone, while listening on the platform that they were meant to be listened.  I recently jumped on the vinyl bandwagon, and have been enjoying every minute of it since. One of my first pickups was…
  • Happy birthday to the Dark Horse, George Harrison

    Palmer Eldritch
    25 Feb 2015 | 2:20 pm
    No music collection should be complete without a copy of All Things Must Pass and that’s George, not Paul, on the oft copied bassline in Taxman A trio of of George’s finest Raga moments and his 1968 soundtrack to the movie Wonderwall, again heavily Raga influenced let’s not forget his pioneering work with the Moog synthesizer on the 1969 album, Electronic Sound.
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  • More Dates Added To John Fogerty's '1969' Tour

    Vintage Rock
    2 Mar 2015 | 10:07 am
    John Fogerty’s highly-anticipated world-wide “1969” tour is pleased to announce additional U.S. dates.  Beginning May 2nd with a special appearance at the Beale Street Music Festival, the tour will continue to the east coast with stops in North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama and South Carolina before heading south to Florida with shows in St. Augustine, Tampa and W. Palm Beach.  Fogerty’s “1969” continues throughout May, June and July with a previously announced show at the iconic Hollywood Bowl, scheduled for July 15th. Additional summer dates will be announced shortly,…
  • George Harrison Tree Replanted In Los Angeles After Beetles Ate Predecessor

    Vintage Rock
    27 Feb 2015 | 5:03 pm
    A shrubby yew pine which in theory can withstand ice, drought and above all beetles has replaced the original George Harrison tree, which succumbed last year to a beetle infestation.Relatives and admirers gathered in Griffith Park, Los Angeles, on Wednesday for a planting ceremony on what would have been the late Beatle’s 72nd birthday.“We never expected to be doing this again,” said Paula Greenfield, who helped organize the original planting in 2002 and galvanised support for this one.Several hundred people attended, including Harrison’s sister, Louise, sister-in-law, Linda Arias,…
  • LA Greek Theatre Named Best Small Outdoor Venue For 15th Time

    Vintage Rock
    25 Feb 2015 | 4:00 am
    The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles was named North America’s “Best Small Outdoor Venue of the Year” for the 15th time at the Annual Pollstar Awards. This marks 11 consecutive wins for the historic venue under the stewardship of Nederlander Concerts.“The Greek had a record-breaking year and we are honored that the industry, once again, recognized our hard work, passion and dedication to this iconic venue,” said Alex Hodges, CEO of Nederlander Concerts.The Greek Theatre’s 2014 season was one of the busiest seasons in over a decade with 75 events.  The wide range of headline acts…
  • First Two Bad Company Albums Remastered & Expanded

    Vintage Rock
    24 Feb 2015 | 1:20 pm
    Bad Company has influenced bands from Bon Jovi to Five Finger Death Punch, who recently had a #1 hit with their cover of the song "Bad Company."  They have also helped shaped the sound of an entire rock era with iconic powerhouse rock anthems "Can't Get Enough," "Rock Steady," along with the ever popular ballads "Ready for Love," "Seagull," and  Grammy®-nominated "Feel Like Makin' Love." The British rockers recently unearthed the original multi-track tapes from their first two albums and discovered previously unreleased tracks, takes, and mixes from those sessions. For the…
  • Lou Reed Not A Beatles Fan

    Vintage Rock
    18 Feb 2015 | 8:14 am
    Lou Reed said he "never liked" the Beatles and thought they were "garbage"....Audio footage has emerged of late Velvet Underground singer Lou Reed labeling the Beatles as "garbage".The clip is part of PBS' animated 'Blank On Blank' project, a series of videos which combine the audio of old interviews with famous artists with newly sketched animation.As Rolling Stone report, the latest unearthed interview dates back to 1987 and sees Reed sharing his opinion on both the famous four and the Doors."When [bands] did try to get 'arty,' it was worse than stupid rock & roll," Reed says in the…
 
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  • New Music: Tinashe Feat. Iggy Azalea “All Hands On Deck (Remix)” + MORE

    Oliver Braithwaite
    22 Feb 2015 | 11:02 pm
      Today’s News & Buzz   Nile Rodgers Teases First CHIC Singles, Daft Punk Short Film – idolator.com Mystery Skulls' "Magic" Video: Watch Their catchy collaboration with Brandy and Nile Rodgers gets a stunning visual… Continue Reading On idolator.com » Legendary DJ Goes Ballistic After Being Denied Entry To Nightclub – www.tonedeaf.com.au What do you […]
  • Nine Black Alps to release live album + MORE

    Oliver Braithwaite
    20 Feb 2015 | 9:03 pm
      Today’s News & Buzz   Noel Gallagher answers Sunday evening call as Match of the Day 2 pundit – www.guardian.co.uk • Former Oasis guitarist to appear on Sunday night show• Gallagher follows in footsteps of Russell Brand, and Skinner and Baddiel• Match of the Day’s funniest momentsNoel Gallagher will once again dabble in football […]
  • EP REVIEW: Kingsley Flood, “To The Fire” + MORE

    Oliver Braithwaite
    19 Feb 2015 | 8:02 pm
      Today’s News & Buzz   Watch the video for Dean Blunt's new single, 100 – www.guardian.co.uk The video for Dean Blunt’s new single opens with a transcript of a review given to the song by actor Idris Elba, who found it ‘a bit too experimental’. What do you think of it? Elusive Londoner Dean […]
  • Unretouched photos of Beyonce ‘alarming’ + MORE

    Oliver Braithwaite
    18 Feb 2015 | 7:03 pm
      Today’s News & Buzz   Kid Rock, Foreigner team for $20 ticket tour – www.usatoday.com The tour starts June 24 in Hartford, Conn. and continues into September.          Continue Reading On www.usatoday.com » Katy Perry ‘not two months pregnant’ – www.music-news.com Katy Perry wouldn’t be able to keep up with her hectic tour schedule […]
  • Statue of Pete Doherty as crucified Christ to be displayed in London church + MORE

    Oliver Braithwaite
    17 Feb 2015 | 6:03 pm
      Today’s News & Buzz   News: Motley Crue 2015 Australian tour dates leaked – www.fasterlouder.com.au They're coming in May and they promise to never come back. Continue Reading On www.fasterlouder.com.au » Until The Ribbon Breaks Tiny Desk Concert – www.bignewsnetwork.com <br>The beauty of the Tiny Desk lies, at least partially, in the limitations of […]
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  • New music from Fightstar!

    Rosie Kingsbury
    28 Feb 2015 | 9:35 am
    Picture taken from the Fightstar Facebook page After the amazing return of Fightstar after a 10 year wait and the excellent Grand Reunification tour, at the last show at the O2 Academy Brixton on 27/02/2015 Charlie Simpson let the crown in on ‘A little secret’. That little secret was something Fightstar fans EVERYWHERE wanted to hear, and that is that they are going to be releasing NEW MUSIC This Year!! Needless to say the crowd went crazy hearing that news, faces lit up all over the venue! Now that the band has been announced to play Download Festival, Headlining the 3rd Stage on…
  • Slash Live At Wembley Review

    Leeann Dare
    17 Dec 2014 | 10:28 pm
    Picture taken from the Slash Facebook Page Seeing Slash live at Wembley Arena was supurb. An excellent venue to cater for the masses of Alternative fans who have followed him from Guns N’ Roses to Slash’s Snakepit and then later Velvet Revolver. Slash’s three solo albums have hit the Rock n Roll world by storm, the first solo album featured a vast amount of collaborations with a various array of artists including Fergie and Dave Grohl. Slash’s most recent album ‘World On Fire’ featuring Myles Kennedy has lived up to the expectations formed from hearing the…
  • Where Are All The New Rockstars? – Editorial

    James Swan
    5 Dec 2014 | 4:07 am
     Where Are All The New Rockstars? Ozzy’s trademark mumbling grunts struck a chord with the disillusioned fans of yesteryear when in a Kerrang article, the Black Sabbath Bat Slayer asked “Where are all the new Rockstars?” “I honestly don’t know who’s going to carry the flag in the future, but I wish someone would hurry up. None of us are getting any younger, you know.” (Kerrang, quoted from  Blabbermouth)     The veritable internet artist Winston Rowntree has graciously allowed me to us his artwork from this Cracked article to underscore (or rather…
  • Hatebreed Live At The Camden Underworld Review

    Leeann Dare
    1 Dec 2014 | 12:56 pm
    Photo taken from the Hatebreed Facebook page Hatebreed can only be described as one of the best bands of our day and the boys were out in force celebrating two enormous decades together, with this in mind I had nothing but high expectations for this sold out event which took place at the Camden Underworld. With a rather small venue playing host to such a colossal band the atmosphere was excitedly roused as the enthusiastic crowd frantically anticipated the arrival of the band. This was most certainly a 20th Anniversary show I was ecstatic to be a part of.  Hatebreed made a briefly…
  • Angels & Airwaves – The Dream Walker Review

    Martin Said
    29 Nov 2014 | 10:59 am
    Forget every preconceived opinion you’ve ever had regarding the band Angels & Airwaves. In 2006, Tom DeLonge’s post-Blink 182 brain child was a different matter. When DeLonge spoke, the public sighed, and his fans questioned their lost hero’s outlandish claims with sternly lowered eyebrows as they continued to play that +44 single once more. The once seemingly carefree pop-punk joker claimed to have an “epiphany” and began aiming for the stars in a space shuttle that he didn’t quite fit in. A self-confessed egotistical maniac, he casually claimed that his new…
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  • Őszintén, szívből, zsigerből

    Csühes Pali
    2 Mar 2015 | 1:46 pm
    The Experimental Tropic Blues Band interjú   Pali: 1999-ben alakultatok. Hogy kell elképzelni az akkori Experimental Tropic Blues Bandet, és hogy kell elképzelni egy koncertet? Boogie Snake (gitár, ének): Nem változtunk túl sokat azóta, kivéve, hogy már nem játszunk neo bluest úgy, ahogy akkor. Leginkább egy szürreális para-rock banda vagyunk, avagy belga nyomi-rockerek. Koncertjeink mindig nagy bulik, nagyon ritka mikor nem élvezzük azokat. A kezdetek óta nem változott a felállás, ami azért nem túl gyakori. Ilyen nagy az egyetértés? A főiskola óta vagyunk…
  • Before The Endless Darkness

    dr. Ötvös
    26 Feb 2015 | 10:41 pm
    Běhám kolem Ohně (I Run Around The Fire) a perfect video by Czech disco punk duo I Love 69 Popgeju from their split cassette with Piča z hoven: Lidumil Heretik (Humanist Heretic)
  • Tiszta lap, sötét, vastag filcek – Dope Calypso interjú

    Csühes Pali
    25 Feb 2015 | 9:17 pm
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