Articles by: Jeremy Lukens

Weezer Delivers The Hits & Pixies Play The Non-Hits at Tampa’s MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre (SHOW REVIEW)

Weezer and the Pixies brought contrasting crowd-pleasing sets to the nearly 20,000 people who packed into Tampa’s MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre on Saturday night June 23rd. After a brief opening set by the Wombats, iconic ...

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Shaky Knees Music Festival Day Three: The National, BRMC, The Voidz, Alvvays Wrap It Up Grand & Melodic (FESTIVAL RECAP/PHOTOS)

The third day of the Shaky Knees Music Festival in Atlanta, Georgia took a turn for softer, more melodic sounds. After a lot of loud, aggressive rockers in the first two days, the final day ...

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Shaky Knees Music Festival Day Two: Greta Van Fleet, Queens of the Stone Age, Bully Please The Atlanta Masses (FESTIVAL RECAP/PHOTOS)

Day two of the Shaky Knees Music Festival in Atlanta Georgia saw more of the same eclectic rock talent that has made it one of the most underrated festivals in the country. With cloudy skies ...

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Shaky Knees Music Festival Day One: Waxahatchee, Jack White, Courtney Barnett Lead Diverse Opening Sets (FESTIVAL RECAP/PHOTOS)

Over the last few years, the Shaky Knees Music Festival in Atlanta, Georgia has quietly become one of the nation’s best rock festivals. This year there are four stages and more than 36 hours of ...

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Stone Temple Pilots With New Lead Singer Jeff Gutt Rock With Mixed Results On Self Titled Seventh LP (ALBUM REVIEW)

Just to get it out of the way, Scott Weiland was always the best part of Stone Temple Pilots. His bombastic stage presence, soulful scratchy baritone, keen ear for catchy melody, and lyrics that shifted ...

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Car Seat Headrest Revisit 2011’s ‘Twin Fantasy’ Via Low-Fi/Hard Rock (ALBUM REVIEW)

After gaining considerable critical acclaim and picking up new fans with 2016’s Teens of Denial, the band’s second album released under a record label, Car Seat Headrest follows up with the effort with a re-issue ...

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Rainbow Girls’ ‘American Dream’ Brings Stripped Back Harmonies & Nimble Finger Picking (ALBUM REVIEW)

American Dream is the third album by California folk band Rainbow Girls, but it is the first with the band’s new scaled-back lineup. Now a trio consisting of Erin Chapin, Caitlin Gowdey, and Vanessa May, ...

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Sun Parade Goes Neo Folk On ‘Yossis’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Five years after debuting with the excellent neo-folk album Yossis, Sun Parade reinvents itself and returns with a sound that is much brasher and more aggressive. The new album, Shuggy Mtn Breakdown is a well-crafted ...

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Beck’s ‘Colors’ Turns Back On His Infectious Grooves (ALBUM REVIEW)

Thirteen albums into his storied career, alt-pop chameleon Beck returns to a more energetic form with triumphant party record Colors. After the excellent but subdued Morning Phase returned Beck to the acoustic singer-songwriter form that ...

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The Growlers Treat Orlando To A Night of Beach Goth (SHOW REVIEW)

For nearly two hours on October 12th, The Growlers treated an Orlando crowd to its unique “beach goth” music. After canceling several recent shows due to frontman Brooks Nielsen’s illness, simply playing a show was ...

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