Think early Outkast if they’d hailed from Louisville and made the attendant references and you’ll have some sense of Steven Johnson’s — aka Polio’s — sound.
Alanna Fugate’s new release, Imaginary Boats, harkens to an earlier folk tradition that many modern balladeers have forgotten, that of Joan Baez and early Dylan.
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.