Tool is going to remain relevant as long as the band can still effectively unleash its nightmare-ish delights for fervid fans.
Two recent biographies take very different approaches as they revel in the wild lives and examine the distinctive songs of two of rock music’s most enigmatic figures: Lou Reed and Warren Zevon.
When have the Robinsons ever done what was expected on them? And when have they ever really cared?
To hear a 13-piece ensemble of this caliber, doing justice to these great songs, was simply hard to beat.
Believe it or not, Buddy Holly is on tour with another deceased rock ’n’ roll pioneer — Roy Orbison.
It has been a busy month for R&B and Rap — with tantalizing singles from Danny Brown, Gang Starr, and Frank Ocean.
No one would classify the National as “arena rock,” but Matt Berninger and the group proved at Agganis that they’re quite capable of filling an arena and then putting on a show worthy of the space.
These are songs that have forged a life of their own across eras.
In Cypress Grove, Jimmy “Duck” Holmes’ deep Bentonia guitar remains pure and present, while his vocals, which have never sounded better, are solid and vibrant throughout.
“I’ve put out records by myself before, but this is like 10 times the work!”