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Music Review: Fall Out Boy – ‘American Beauty/American Psycho’

Fall Out Boy - American Beauty American Pyscho

Gone are the days of the teen angst prevalent in their early offerings, replaced by an impressively mature, commanding sound that solidifies Fall Out Boy’s place in musical history. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Rush FAQ: All That’s Left to Know About Rock’s Greatest Power Trio’ by Max Mobley

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Mobley's well-researched and enthusiastic account of Rush's career is a must for fans. Read More »

Music Review: Rod Stewart – Box Set of First Five Albums (1969-1974)

Rod Stewart 1971 Wikimedia Commons/Mercury Records

The vinyl box set of Rod Stewart's first five albums is a must-have for all of Stewart's many fans. Read More »

Music Review: Dust on the Radio – ‘Halfway to the Stars’ EP

Dust on the Radio

While the melodies on this EP make it an easy listen, the lyrics make it anything but. Read More »

Music Review: The Torn Images – ‘Reviver’

The Torn Images - 'Reviver'

‘Reviver’ is a solid contribution to the indie rock genre that blends together classic influences such as Nirvana and a sound unique to the band. Read More »

Music Review: Amanda Kravat Returns with ‘AK’ EP

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Amanda Kravat makes a welcomed return. Read More »

Music Review: CommonUnion59 – ‘Heartbeat Serenade’

'Heartbeat Serenade' by CommonUnion59

CommonUnion59 prove that sometimes all you need are singers, a guitar, drums, and a piano. Read More »

Music DVD Review: Jack Bruce – ‘Rockpalast: The 50th Birthday Concerts’

Jack Bruce

'The 50th Birthday Concerts' was Jack Bruce's party celebrating his long career with a wide menu of styles and a cast of all-stars. Read More »

Music Review: Eric Gales – ‘Good for Sumthin”

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Gales' 14th album, a Cleopatra Records release entitled 'Good for Sumthin,' is another demonstration of just how good he is. Read More »

Music Review: Paul Maged – ‘Diamonds and Demons’

DIAMONDS & DEMONS ALBUM COVER PAUL MAGED

Paul Maged explores important social concepts in this 17-track album. Read More »