Josh Brolin and Benecio Del Toro elevate what is otherwise a by the numbers action thriller.
The Wrong Brothers are a London based duo plunging riff heavy knives deep into the heart of Experimental Art Rock. Following a year which saw them open for Barenaked Ladies,
In a double whammy of two of indie rock’s most respected acts, The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY played host to Spoon and Grizzly Bear on June 19, 2018.
[rating=10.00] Those of us that have the box set Coltrane – The Classic Quartet – Complete Impulse Studio Recordings now find that the although the collection will never be obsolete,
[rating=9.00] Iconic living legend saxophonist Charles Lloyd keeps exploring as he now moves into his ninth decade. This release, Vanished Gardens, his fourth upon his return to Blue Note, again
[rating=7.00] Even though the British quartet Free garnered only a single hit, it is the perennial “All Right Now,” and the group has influenced many a diverse band throughout the
[rating=8.00] The Milk Carton Kids have always appealed to a certain twinge of nostalgia. After all, they possess all the right currency — two guys, two guitars, impeccable harmonies and
Just several miles from the current “Boston Garden”, stands a small restaurant and music venue called the Paradise Rock Club, lovingly referred to as the ‘dise. And it was there,
Simon Patrick Kerr has made a name for himself as the frontman for blistering Nashville power trio The Wans, whose brand of 60’s psych rock has landed them on bills
Taking place June 23-24 in the bucolic mountain town of Winter Park, CO, the 16th annual Blues From The Top festival featured a packed lineup that included the Kenny Wayne