Articles tagged rock

Nadia Kazmi - “Haunting” (video) (premiere)

The searing, dark blues rock of this track lives up to its title.

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Led Zeppelin: In Through the Out Door (Deluxe Edition)

Led Zeppelin's final album proves to have more symbolic value than actual musical value.

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David Gilmour: Rattle That Lock

Rattle That Lock is an intimate album with genuine feeling and heart, and Gilmour shows without question that his talents have not diminished.

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Collective Soul - “Contagious” (audio) (premiere)

The Georgia veterans keep it simple on their latest track, and come through with a gem.

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Stereophonics: Keep the Village Alive

Another great showing from this ever-reliable outfit and its main songwriter, the unflappable Kelly Jones.

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East Love - “Unbroken” (audio) (premiere)

The New York band looks to expand its strong following well beyond the Tri-State area.

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Maia Sharp - “The Dash Between the Dates” (audio) (premiere)

The singer-songwriter returns with the knockout title track from her new album.

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Led Zeppelin: Presence (Deluxe Edition)

Led Zeppelin's most underappreciated album gets the remastered treatment.

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9 Sep 2015 // 1:30 AM

Prince: HITNRUN Phase One

Can we assume that “direct-to-streaming” is the new “direct-to-video” for really bad albums?

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The Faces: 1970-1975: You Can Make Me Dance, Sing, or Anything

This five-disc set shines a properly deserved light on one of rock and roll's greatest and most versatile bands.

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Supersuckers - “High & Outside”  (audio) (premiere)

The new Supersuckers track, according to the indomitable Eddie Spaghetti, is "the best song I ever wrote.”

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Love & the Zealous - “Dock of the Bay” (video) (premiere)

The Texas band pulls off an inspired cover of Otis Redding's classic.

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The Isley Brothers: The RCA Victor & T-Neck Album Masters (1959-1983)

This boxed set reveals the full scope of the Ohio-born group's genius across 23 discs and hours of pure joy.

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Moonlight Towers - “Come Back to Tara” (video) (premiere)

A sweet family story fuels the Austin band's new single and video.

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Various Artists: Buy This Fracking Album

As Buy This Fracking Album makes clear, a common cause can garner considerable attention if the right mix of artists are involved.

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Monks of Mellonwah - “Show Me Something More” (audio) (premiere)

The latest single by the Australian band captures the bombast/sensitive dynamic expertly.

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Terry Adams - “Hornin’ In” (audio) (premiere)

Thelonious Monk is given a loving new interpretation by the NRBQ veteran and his friends.

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14 Aug 2015 // 6:47 AM

The Cairo Gang: Goes Missing

Emmett Kelly's the Cairo Gang presents a musical diorama of the 1960s on Goes Missing.

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10 Aug 2015 // 1:20 AM

Grace Potter: Midnight

Hopefully, Midnight is simply a test spin and not indicative of all Grace Potter intends to achieve.

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Pop Evil - “Dead in the Water” (audio) (premiere)

The Michigan rockers always remember to utilize strong, lively hooks in their mainstream hard rock.

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Because Blood Is Drama: Considering Carnage in Video Games and Other Media

// Moving Pixels

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