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Music Review: The Three O’Clock – ‘The Hidden World Revealed’


A great intro for new fans, and longtime Paisley Underground followers have plenty of alternates and demos to enjoy. Read More »

Music Review: I Can Lick Any Sonofabitch In The House – Mayberry

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It's music that's just as dangerous and frightening to those who value conformity as anything Johnny Cash or The Clash gave us. Read More »

Music Review: Blue Cheer – Rocks Europe [2-CD Set]

Blue Cheer's 2008 Rocks Europe is the perfect concert for fans of power trio psychedelic, punk, and heavy metal rock. Read More »

Green Day’s American Idiot Enjoying Successful Run

If you can keep a good thing going, why stop? Green Day's first rock opera is now three years into its run as a touring musical. Read More »

Concert Review: Thee Oh Sees, Sonny and the Sunsets, and Future Twin at Verdi Club in San Francisco, 4/5/13

Thee Oh Sees tear up the Verdi Club to benefit San Francisco's oldest independent cinema. Read More »

Music Review: Drivin’ N’ Cryin’ – Songs from the Psychedelic Time Clock

Songs from the Psychedelic Time Clock is Drivin’ N’ Cryin’ redoing the garage, psychedelic sounds of the late '60s. Read More »

Concert Review: Patti Smith at Neptune Theatre, Seattle, WA, 2/27/13

At Seattle's Neptune Theatre, Patti Smith and her band seemed hellbent to prove that not only is rock not dead - neither is she. Read More »

Interview with Indie Rockers FallsStart

The members of FallsStart talk about their formation, influences and upcoming changes in this new year, amongst other topics. Read More »

Music Review: Dropkick Murphys – Signed and Sealed in Blood

Signed and Sealed in Blood will delight any fan of Dropkick Murphys, with excellent songwriting and exhilarating music. Read More »

Music Review: Hellogoodbye – Would It Kill You? [Reissue]

Hellogoodbye begin their return to form with the reissue of Would It Kill You?, the first release under their new label. Read More »