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Music Review: Neil Young – ‘Bluenote Café (NYAPS Series)’


The hits just keep on coming from Neil Young's Archives Performance Series, and in many ways, Bluenote Café may be the best volume yet. If nothing else, it is certainly among the most interesting. Read More »

Music Review: Bob Dylan – ‘The Best of The Cutting Edge 1965–1966: The Bootleg Series Vol. 12′

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This series of previously unreleased material just keeps getting better, nearly a quarter-century into its existence. Read More »

Music Review: Indie Roundup – Ric Todd’s ‘Drawing Lines’ and Danielle Nicole’s ‘Wolf Den’

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Ric Todd, Drawing Lines Ric Todd’s new EP Drawing Lines crashes out of the gate with the heavy blues-rock of “Red Letter,” followed by the bouncier but still gritty “Something Real.” These smartly conceived songs combine crisp, stark modern production with traditional retro-rock attitude; in pure sound terms they’re superb. Todd brings the slower “New Religion” to life with his ... Read More »

Interview: Tour Talk with Vinyl Theatre’s Keegan Calmes

Vinyl Theatre

Vinyl Theatre's Keegan Calmes opens up about the meaning behind their current single, "Breaking Up My Bones." Read More »

Concert Review: Ian Anderson – ‘Jethro Tull: The Rock Opera’ (NYC, Nov. 6 2015)

jethro tull the rock opera

The ever-inventive Ian Anderson is back on the road with a high-concept multimedia repackaging of songs from the vast Jethro Tull catalog. Read More »

Interview: Against the Current Looks to Reach U.S. Fans During Gravity World Tour

Against the Current on the U.S. leg of their current world tour: "One of our goals is to get this fan base up to like the level it is overseas and in Asia." Read More »

Music Review: The Beatles – ‘1+’ (CD Plus 2-Blu-ray Deluxe Edition)

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The deluxe edition contains the remixed and remastered '1' album, 124-page book, and two Blu-ray discs (also available in DVD) loaded with promos old and new. Read More »

Music Review: Opium Denn – ‘Demarkation’

Opium Denn 'Demarkation'

‘Demarkation’ makes for a good listen based on strong production values. Read More »

Finish Ticket Discusses New EP And “Surreal” Tour with Twenty One Pilots


Finish Ticket on touring with Twenty One Pilots: “It’s just been unreal." Read More »

Music Review: Clutch – ‘Psychic Warfare’

Clutch - Psychic Warfare

Just two short years after recording one of the best albums of 2013 (and of their career), the almighty Maryland hard rockers are back with more hard-hitting tracks to rock out to. Read More »