When Peter Holsapple decided to reunite with the rest of the original dB’s, they vowed to take their time.Read more ›
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Kevn Kinney, longtime leader of Drivin N Cryin, cops to the fact that his group has always had a broad palette of influencesRead more ›
A Fragile Tomorrow continues to explore 1980s indie-rock sounds here, even as they steadily build upon those core influences.Read more ›
Big Head Todd and the Monsters are teaming up with the Barenaked Ladies for an upcoming series of concerts dubbed “The Last Summer on Earth” tour. Featured guests will include Blues Traveler and Cracker.Read more ›
Depending on your point of view, Athens, Georgia’s B-52s are either the greatest party band of all time, or quite possibly the gayest — and I mean that in the most non-homophobic, politically correct sort of way.Read more ›
For years and years, Sonic Youth’s Daydream Nation was the record I went to when the mood struck for some ugly & hypnotic guitar. Dirty now sits in that spot. Actually, it’s the second disc of the deluxe-edition set from 2003: full of b-sides and, more important, a ton of rehearsal recordings. Blistering and hideous guitar madness. This isn’t for [...]Read more ›