PUNK: Chaos to Couture, a visually stunning exhibition that features punk-related fashions from the 1970s to today, can be seen at New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art through August 14th.
Johnny Marr performed songs from his new album, The Messenger, as well as classics from Electronic and The Smiths at his fantastic show at New York City’s Irving Plaza on Thursday, May 2nd.
Always unearthing jewel-like pop obscurities, London-based Sepia Records now offers up the well-annotated, 29-song “Johnny Mercer Sings Just For Fun.”
Owning this box set can be good for your health. Seriously. The book in the set weighs 10 pounds, meaning that while you listen to the music, you could also get in a little weight training.
This project’s roots are noble, as Tony Iommi and Ian Gillan get together for charity, to help fund the rebuilding of a music school in war-torn Gyumri, Armenia.
The acrimony is put aside as Triumph strikes a rare reunion pact for Sweden Rock, the biggest old-school metal lovefest on the planet.
“Beach Town Confidential” captures a stunning live performance by power-pop purveyors The Plimsouls at the band’s pinnacle, during the summer of 1983.
Muse’s tour behind their latest album, The 2nd Law, hit NYC’s Madison Square Garden for a fantastic performance on Monday, April 15th.
This Beatles documentary offers familiar stories (Brian Wilson mentions how hearing “Rubber Soul” inspired him to create “Pet Sounds”), as well as some pearls.
Ringo Starr’s latest album finds him in his usual good spirits, with the opening track, “Anthem,” setting the tone.