Howling Bells’ fourth album is filled with shimmering guitars and the angelic vocals of frontwoman Juanita Stein.
Amid the teetering, tottering, swaying skyscrapers of punk rock compilations with which our ears have been safety-pinned back in recent years…. Amid the “let’s sell it one more time, just in case there’s a Himalayan goat-herder who was backpacking in …
Beat Street, the third album by Glasgow-based Mod revival band Button Up, features a modern take on the classic Northern Soul sound.
ith “Simplicity,” Tesla achieves what Aerosmith no longer can; it produces perfectly biting, raucous hard rock — right in the nuts, so to speak.
On the second date of his first U.S. solo tour, the former Bee Gees singer touches on various aspects of his career and soaks in the love from the Philadelphia crowd.
It steals in softly, slowly, almost unnoticed, like the creaking of an old rocker, or branches against the roof. A voice as old as darkness, instrumentation that could have been taped any time in the last hundred years. I heard …
Linda Ronstadt’s memoir could’ve been called “Rebel Without A Bra.” Besides not caring for that particular undergarment, Ronstadt shows her rebelliousness.
They were responsible for some of the most invigorating sounds in rock through the first half of the 1970s. Singlehandedly, and certainly well ahead of the rest of the pack, they exemplified the notion of “Kraut Rock” to an inquiring …
Indie Cindy, The Pixies’ first album in 23 years, features all of the well-known elements of the band’s sound and still sounds new and exciting.
It’s the first time the Twisted Sister albums ‘You Can’t Stop Rock ‘n’ Roll,’ ‘Come Out And Play’ and ‘Love Is For Suckers’ are available in a single set.