‘Selling England by the Pound,’ issued on Oct. 12, 1973, found Genesis’ soon-to-vanish five-man lineup at the peak of its powers.
We humbly offer up suggested songs for a new Steely Dan album, culled from outtakes, live-only songs and one famous erasure.
Given the fact Jeremy Morris has been a seriously active presence in the independent music community for the past couple of decades and releases several albums a year, he is a widely recognized name.
Simple Minds are back with something unexpected, something personal — and something as involving as anything they’ve ever done.
Julian Lennon, having just released a deluxe box set, is looking ahead to his next project.
We review the elegiac, deeply moving “Louder Than Words,” as Pink Floyd finally puts to rest old arguments.
King Crimson just concluded an invigorating, return-to-form 20-plus date U.S. tour, their first since 2008.
The Successful Failures’ new album holds steady as an outstanding convergence of classic and contemporary rock.
Lloyd Cole strikes a smart balance between what he once was, and what he’s become.
AC/DC returns missing a key member, but none of its familiar sound.