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by Mark Allen – Senior Columnist – How do you know an album is a classic? When it still sounds as good thirty-five years after its release as it did the day it hit the streets. And make no mistake, Back in Black is a badass, bona fide classic. You can be nitpicky and point out that the [...]
by Alex Barbieri – Senior Columnist – Fans of Livio Gravini’s soulful rock voice have been waiting for his first solo release, and it’s finally here. It is in a word, real. If you’re into organic, blues-based rock ‘n roll sung and played with heart and soul, put Livio Gravini [...]
by Anabel Dflux – Senior Photojournalist – Feb. 14, 2015, at Bar Sinister in Hollywood, CA. – Rock band The Dreaming stole hearts on February 14th, 2015, at Bar Sinister’s Valentine’s event in Hollywood. With the drop of their newest album Rise Again, this concert was a huge [...]
by Joe Mis – Senior Columnist – Falling Again is the debut EP from Dauzat St.Marie, an L.A.-based duo formed by Mat Dauzat and Heather St. Marie. While only 5 tracks long, Falling Again is a mostly acoustic rock journey built around the voices and duet harmonies of Heather and Mat, and [...]
by Derric Miller – Managing Editor – Back in the ‘80s, the band Zwarte was one of the biggest bands around the Midwest. They are probably known for their greatest hit “Sturgis,” an ode to the largest bike rally in the world, in Sturgis, S.D. All these years later, the main [...]
by Alexandra Mrozowska – Senior Columnist – Although it’s rather raw hard rock sound of AC/DC and Rose Tattoo that you associate immediately with the land Down Under, there’s much more that Australia holds in store for the rock-oriented music fans. From the Melbourne-based pomp rock [...]
by Matt Karpe – Senior Columnist – Where do you start with Rock or Bust? The anticipation surrounding the release of AC/DC’s 15th international studio album has been heightened by both tragedy and chaos. First, it was announced that the pulse of the rock legends; Malcolm Young, had [...]
by Alexandra Mrozowska – Senior Columnist – The first thing that comes to your mind when you think about Bernie Marsden – one of the most underrated guitarists of rock – is obviously Whitesnake in their early days. And while it’s perhaps the band’s 1987 and Slip Of The Tongue [...]
by Alexandra Mrozowska – Senior Columnist – “It’s all in the family,” you might have thought when looking upon the family affairs that’s been the core of many a rock band throughout the history of the genre. Think brothers Duane and Gregg Allman crossing the border between the [...]
by Joe Mis – Senior Columnist – Overloaded is the latest release by Italian bass master Alberto Rigoni. In a departure from his older releases, Rigoni has moved his music in a much more progressive and heavier direction without neglecting the core melodies that have always filled his [...]
by Joe Mis – Senior Columnist – If you were a guitar player with solid chops and were looking to release an album that let you display them all, you’d want to put together something like Nick Miller’s debut release – Parallel Universe. This six-track EP gives the Aussie [...]
by Alissa Ordabai – Senior Columnist – For his new 2-disk compilation Richie Kotzen chooses tracks that pitch him to the mainstream audience – 22 easily accessible, but nevertheless stunning cuts. No matter if he leans toward soul, rock, or blues, each song not only stays [...]
by Joe Mis – Senior Columnist – Monuments is an apt name for the new release by Swedish rockers We Are The Catalyst, as it borders on monumental. The hard working duo of Cat Fey and Kenny B (both formerly of the alternative metal act One Without) are poised to release their first full [...]
Lithuanian prog rockers The Skys set to rock the Westport Coffeehouse Theatre in Kansas City, Mo. The show starts at 9 p.m., and tickets are $10 available at the door. If you’re a fan of prog rock with a Pink Floyd-esque sound, The Skys will not disappoint. Hailing from Lithuania, the prog [...]
by Matt Karpe – Senior Columnist – Over the years, Linkin Park have always had the ability to amaze and stun. After setting the bar to incredibly high with a debut album of record breaking proportions, the Californian sextet have spent the last decade venturing into musical territories [...]
by Alexandra Mrozowska – Columnist – Although not easy to digest for everyone, progressive rock is a form of music that requires both technical skill and artistic sensitivity – and yet, because of complexity, elaborate form and distinctively cerebral nature of the genre, it’s often [...]
by Jenn Carbaugh – Columnist – Altered Sky is fulfilling their fairy tale while they paint stories with their self-written material. This Glasgow rock band has an ambitious feat ahead of them with 3 U.K. tours. The contagious words of lyricist Ana Nowosielska let this female fronted [...]
by Mark Allen – Senior Columnist – Put Springsteen, Mellencamp, and latter-day Bon Jovi into a musical blender and the result might sound very much like guitarist/singer/songwriter John Taglieri. If you must hang a tag on it, call it “all American working man rock ‘n’ roll.” [...]
by Steve Patrick – Senior Columnist – It’s such a rare thing to come across a musical project that can truly be called original, but that’s exactly what can be said of Joe Bonamassa’s latest Blu-ray/DVD releases. The entire project is called Tour de Force – Live in London and [...]
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