Monday, July 24 2000
Since the inglorious public demise of the Jesus and Mary Chain in 1998, when William Reid quit the band onstage in Los Angeles, the brothers Reid have gone their separate musical ways.
Friday, July 14 2000
There have been very few times in my life where I have been completely bowled over by a band's sound, music so special that it seemingly knocked you out of your seat.
Saturday, July 8 2000
Saturday, June 24 2000
Although John Squire might disagree - that there is life after the Stone Roses.
Saturday, May 27 2000
Six years later, Primal Scream are back.
Thursday, May 11 2000
As the show progressed, I couldn¹t help but notice that the set list consisted almost entirely of tracks from Figure 8
Tuesday, April 18 2000
People at concerts are an interesting thing. There are people you don't know, people who look vaguely familiar, people you do know, people who look like people you know.
Thursday, March 30 2000
For once, when an artist claimed to be happy to be spending the evening in D.C., the artist sounded wholly sincere, and not just because he apparently toured the White House earlier in the day.
Sunday, March 19 2000
's backing band received enthusiastic applause both when walking on stage and later as he was introduced with the rest of the band. He looked like the others: dark clothing, short, black, gelled hair with sideburns.
Wednesday, March 8 2000
First launched into the public eye as a member of The Small Faces in the mid-1960s, Ian 'Mac' McLagan rode the wave through the band's Steve Marriott-led Mod years and the rockier Rod Stewart-Ronnie Wood incarnation (known simply as 'Faces').
Saturday, February 19 2000
The assembled Black Cat crowd trends much younger than I'd for whatever reason anticipated. The under-21 outnumbers the grownups by something like 3-1 or greater.
Sunday, January 1 1995
Scratch Tour, Featuring Grand Wizard Theodore, the Original Jazzy Jay, Z-Trip, Mixmaster Mike, Dilat
High Sierra Music Festival Part 2 feat. Apollo Sunshine, Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey, The New Up, and Sh
High Sierra has its fair share of innocuous acts, sure, but in recent years the festival has also opened the door to some healthy aggression.
You might well be on the road to Rivendell, Shangri-La, or maybe even Grandma's House.
Tribute acts are cover bands with sillier names -- the Achtung Babies or Fleetwood to the Max. They're music's C-list, sure, but can they really rock like the big boys?
Psychos, thieves, weirdos filling bottles with piss and throwing them into the crowd, this festival is not for boys in parachute pants. It's for metalheads.