Ian McLagan returns with a boozy swagger, even while examining deep human emotions.
Archive for June 28th, 2014
He says Crosby Stills and Nash bested the original – and it’s not even close.
Rarely considered part of the canon, these two albums nevertheless have their moments.
The addition of Alissa White-Gluz leads to one of Arch Enemy’s best overall efforts to date.
Nick DeRiso’s Mid-Year Best of 2014 (Rock, Roots and Prog): John Oates, Jack White, David Crosby, Joe Henry, GOASTT, California Breed
A career-defining three-EP set, a stirring comeback, another thrilling head scratcher.
Something Else! Interview: Nels Cline Singers drummer Scott Amendola discusses his ambitious Fade To Orange project
Amendola is an affable, do-it-all drummer with a wicked backbeat.
A celebration of everything Helm meant to music, and vice versa.