If you are stuck in a musical rut, check out Shinyribs. Their eclectic blend of sounds will surely light up some portion of your auditory cortex.
I was unmoved when the Clash broke up, believing Joe Strummer had nothing left in the tank. I was wrong. The Mescaleros showcase Strummer in top form.
Gregg Allman says that Blackberry Smoke “is gonna put Southern Rock back on the map.” With Holding All the Roses, the band may have proven him right.
A revisiting of The Boomtown Rats’ 1979 classic, “The Fine Art of Surfacing,” reveals an album that remains relevant lyrically and musically.
Anthony D’Amato’s music is a cross between early Bob Dylan folk and Bruce Springsteen rock. His lyrics are both un-apologetically earnest and, at times, playfully droll.
Every song on Utah offers up a slightly different sound. But the parts all fit together, revealing a unique blend of rock ‘n’ roll influences.
The Fine Tuning Parlays consist of three songs that I can vouch for, but, for whatever reason, I can’t unequivocally endorse the artist or the album.
While on one level it was amusing to see the band’s alcohol-infused schtick again, more than anything else I wanted to sit the band down on a therapist’s couch and tell them it’s okay to take their music seriously.
The music of Cold War Kids brings a decidedly pre-grunge vibe into the modern era.
With many music venues no longer printing physical tickets, my ticket stub collection has atrophied and I am left wondering how to compile a record of my concert attendance.