Mono are grandiose. It takes a certain stomach, a certain predisposition to go through as many moods as Mono evokes.
When you put on Dangerbird’s Doctor Legs & The Medicine Ball, the weather starts to get warmer, frosty bottles of beer appear, and guys with B.O.
My generation mostly remembers the Bee Gees as leisure-suit liaisons who regretfully legitimized disco with the “Saturday Night Fever” soundtrack.
If you thought power ballads were dead and gone, think again.
Wavves is the one-man project of distortion architect Nathan Williams, or as I call him, No Age Jr.
For five decades, J.J.
Arguably the best band in metal today, Lamb of God brings a unified front to their material and their performances that’s hard to beat.
Saxophonist Wayne Shorter has played the Montreux (Switzerland) Jazz Festival many times with many different musicians.
Like the mighty Os Mutantes before them who rocket-launched Brazilian pop into extraterrestrial territories, Coconot, a trio that includes Pablo Díaz-Reixa (aka El Guincho), introduces tropi
Twins, they are. Nels now enjoys crossover attention for Wilco, and that’s probably the rationale for the simultaneous release stunt.