In the heady days of the 1970s, prog-rock bands like Yes and Emerson Lake and Palmer were thought to be rivals, trying to top each other in every way — from elaborately constructed tours to even more elaborately constructed albums.Read more ›
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Rod Stewart is offering a preview track from his forthcoming album of original pop music as part of the download for a new Yuletide project called Merry Christmas, Baby. But you can stream “Beautiful Morning” here now!Read more ›
Though he’s more recently shared the stage with both of Pink Floyd’s other surviving members, Roger Waters says a forthcoming solo project won’t include either David Gilmour or Nick Mason.Read more ›
Straight out of Brooklyn is a improvisational trio that frolics far in the outer reaches of avant-garde. Iron Dog, consisting of Sarah Bernstein (digitally altered violin, poetry recital), Stuart Popejoy (electric bass, synthesizer) and Andrew Drury (drums, mayhem), create odd sounds both digital and analogRead more ›
This is a music site so you can relax, because we’re not going to be spouting off political views. That said, it hadn’t escaped even us music obsessives that there’s a quadrennial grand exercise of democracy going on today. But for guys like us, it’s gotta be set to song.Read more ›
Oh, Aerosmith. We’ve waited. And waited. And for this? Turns out Steven Tyler, Joe Perry and Co. have returned with music from the same old dimension — the slickster 1980s.Read more ›
Is it possible to achieve any new vistas with the oft-collected, endlessly repackaged hits of John Fogerty and Creedence Clearwater Revival? This collection, quite unexpectedly, makes the case.Read more ›