The newly released Live at the Rainbow ’74 set proves that Queen had been slaying audiences since the beginning of their career.
The fourth edition of Boston Calling boasted the music festival’s strongest lineup to date and the performances did not disappoint.
On more than one occasion in The History of Rock ‘n’ Roll in Ten Songs Greil Marcus argues that the original recordings of some of his picks don’t hold a candle to their cover versions.
Coldplay’s “Ghost Stories” is not a fun or a happy listen, but it is a worthwhile one.
The Black Keys clearly wanted to write moody, trippy, mostly hookless tracks, and as far as moody, trippy, mostly hookless tracks go, the ones on Turn Blue aren’t so bad.
Whether it was intended or not, Searching for Sugar Man did more than delve into the past of Sixto Rodriguez; it created his future.
call it, jokingly, the Boston Rock Love Fest, but it really is!” exclaims Rumble organizer Anngelle Wood.
To their credit, Temples would have been a really good band from the 1960s.
Arts Fuse critics select the best in music, film, theater, and dance that’s coming up this week.
Not surprisingly, nearly half of the band’s 20-song set Thursday night was made up of “AM” songs. Despite the quality of the quartet’s first four albums, nobody seemed to mind.