Articles by: Shawn Donohue

Bob Dylan Brings ‘Never Ending Tour’ To Beacon Theatre For First of Four Shows (SHOW REVIEW)

Every year at the end of November, Bob Dylan pushes pause on the Never Ending Tour to rest his bones for winter before returning to the stage in early April. Most years Dylan tries to ...

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Primus Comes Up Short On ‘The Desaturating Seven’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

If the last few albums are any indication. Primus is running out of steam, ideas, and energy. The freak rock outfits’ previous release was their interpretation of The Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory soundtrack which disappointed almost ...

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Lee Ranaldo Offers Quirky Mix of Experimental Pop On ‘Electric Trim’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Lee Ranaldo has moved on (even dropping The Dust moniker) from his smoothly polished 2013 release Last Night on Earth to Electric Trim. This release is a quirky mix of Beatles inspired experimental pop that ...

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Prophets of Rage Strike Foul On Self Titled Debut LP (ALBUM REVIEW)

Prophets of Rage is a supergroup for our current times that is not designed to heal our country but fight the powers that be. They have a clearly defined agenda lyrically, laid out to battle the ...

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Mike Gordon Makes Clearest Musical Statement Yet With ‘OGOGO’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Mike Gordon’s fifth solo album OGOGO is his clearest individual musical statement as an artist yet. Recorded with his own band OGOGO is cohesive, unique and sonically divergent from his main day job, infused with ...

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Pete Townshend’s ‘Classic Quadrophenia’ Rings & Echoes New York’s Metropolitan Opera House (SHOW REVIEW)

One of the all-time classic rock and roll albums got a special treatment on Saturday Night September 9th as Pete Townshend and a huge host of friends brought Classic Quadrophenia to the New York Metropolitan ...

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Gogol Bordello Rage Gypsy Punk On ‘Seekers and Finders’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

It has been four years since Gogol Bordello’s last album Pura Vida Conspiracy and during that time main Bordello keeper Eugene Hütz bounced between Brazil the Ukraine and New York City. So the title of ...

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DocFell & Co Strum It Up With Dignity on ‘Dust Bowl Heart’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

From the small town of Tahlequah, Oklahoma is DocFell & Co. with their dose of Americana/Country, slowly singing tunes direct from their Dust Bowl Heart. Raised on the sounds of Cash, Haggard, Nelson and Jennings ...

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Jon Cleary Steps Out Solo With ‘Live at Chickie Wah Wah’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

The English born, “New Orleans bred”, Grammy winner Jon Cleary is stepping out on his own, releasing his first solo record, captured during a night of unfiltered playing.   showcases Cleary’s love for his adopted hometown ...

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Rancid Keep Late Career Consistency With ‘Trouble Maker’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Following up 2014’s solid …Honor Is All We Know is Trouble Maker, the ninth studio album from the long reigning Berkeley punks Rancid. Once again produced by Brett Gurewitz, the group shows they are still ...

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