Jhe the music takes you on a journey, as the ocean mist and cool breeze brush your face. The craft is a yacht. The stereo plays textured tracks such as “Sailing”, “Ride Like the Wind” and “Africa”. You sing because you can’t help it. Yacht rock has officially docked inRead More →

Progressive rock bands going pop are a well-established phenomenon. And it’s one that still happens today, believe it or not. Do you have a favorite prog band that later dabbled in popular music? While the traditional rock world may seem anathema to progressive rockers, the journey many have taken fromRead More →

The 1980s saw the age of blockbuster film flourish in theaters across the United States. Think The Raiders of the Lost Ark, AND the extra-terrestrial, The breakfast cluband Return of the Jedi. And, at the same time, music was undergoing its own cultural transformation. Disco music had been on aRead More →

It’s every band’s dream to have this masterpiece in their catalog. For all the hectic touring you’ve done in your life, sometimes the stars align at exactly the right time when you can release a record that connects with your audience on a much more visceral level than just aRead More →

INDIANAPOLIS — A one-day music festival featuring black and Latino rock bands returns to 10 East Arts Hub on Saturday, September 10, following a successful inaugural event in 2021. The “Indychitlan Fest: Latin Music Festival” features black and brown punk, metal, rock and ska bands from Indianapolis and Chicago. AngelRead More →

One of the biggest calling cards that comes with rock and roll music is its bad attitude. For all the feel-good songs about the party that are sprinkled throughout the mix, you have to remember that this was music designed to piss off your parents, and that rebellious spirit stillRead More →

Richmond punk rock band Avail will play Brown’s Island this Saturday after a pair of sold-out local gigs three years ago. The concert, Over the James, named after the band’s seminal 1998 album, will include performances by Quicksand, Cave In, Ceremony, Screaming Females and Terminal Bliss. “There’s no better placeRead More →

If you’ve never heard it before, Aussie surf rock is the genre you didn’t know was missing from your playlist. While Netherland once gave the world legendary bands like AC/DC or Tame Impala, these modern bands prove that the Australian music scene is still up to snuff. Blending garage rock,Read More →

For Mötley Crüe, inspiration struck – as it often does – under influence. It was the early 1980s and bandmates Vince Neil, Tommy Lee and Nikki Sixx were drinking Löwenbräu beer, a German drink. The umlauts in the name seemed to strike a chord with them. “I remember it likeRead More →

This list is about the best Indian rock bands. We will do our best for you to understand this list of top Indian rock bands. I hope you like this list Best Indian Rock Bands. So let’s start: Quick info on: Top Indian Rock Bands India is known for itsRead More →

Music is a complex world, defined by larger-than-life personalities and vastly different hordes of fans. Due to the wide variety and demands of attentive fans within the industry, music has grown to an immeasurably broad spectrum over the decades to suit everyone’s tastes. From jazz to grindcore, the music offersRead More →

Originating in the 70s, punk was the product of a generation of young people who had had enough of social conformity and the jaded political landscape. The Sex Pistols embodied the punk rock ethos more than anyone and helped launch the genre into the big leagues of mainstream radio, influencingRead More →

First, the bad sides. Box Office Mojo says that “The Rocker,” the 2008 musical featuring this fictional ’80s hair metal band, was a major box office bomb despite a truly impressive ensemble cast that would make “The Departed” jealous (Rainn Wilson, Emma Stone, Josh Gad, Jason Sudeikis, Will Arnett, JaneRead More →

On the eve of their 1969 US tour, Rolling Stones lead guitarist Keith Richards sat down for an interview with music writer Ritchie York. The location was the band’s headquarters near Oxford Circus in London. Topics ranged from a newly hired guitarist to an upcoming album to truly hilarious bandRead More →

Rock history includes a myriad of collectives in which a strong female voice provides the group’s identity while being backed by male musicians – and thank goodness a new generation of such acts have made women all the more present in the modern world. rock, country, pop and electronic. AndRead More →

Rock history includes a myriad of collectives in which a strong female voice provides the group’s identity while being backed by male musicians – and thank goodness a new generation of such acts have made women all the more present in the modern world. rock, country, pop and electronic. AndRead More →

Science fiction and fantasy seem to be the go-to genres in the anime world. But the anime industry is much more diverse than that as it incorporates other elements such as romance, drama, and even music. In fact, the fascination with rock in Japan is such that there’s no shortageRead More →

Local college professor collaborates with Ukrainian punk rock bands to raise money for refugees Neumann University professor Yanis Chakars and seven Ukrainian punk rock bands have already raised thousands of dollars with their benefit album. ASTON, Pa. – A local professor has teamed up with Ukrainian punk rock musicians toRead More →

Performing a song live is really what will make or break it with your fans. There are several bands that have come and gone over the years that have made brilliant recordings, only to find themselves lost in the woods when it comes time to translate that to live audiences.Read More →

The term rock and roll tends to put most people in a little box. For a genre that’s all about breaking down what you can do with a few chords, it gets a little frustrating when you find yourself playing the exact same song over and over. If you decideRead More →

The 80s, one of the craziest, dumbest and most inventive decades in rock music history, produced an assortment of exciting bands. From hairspray-laden glam rockers to moody alternative adventurers and everything in between, this generation of hard rock has provided a little something for everyone. For the many musical titansRead More →

The idea of ​​selling yourself is something that we kind of have to accept in the music world. You can’t expect to see your favorite artists live off goodwill for the rest of their lives, so it only makes sense that some of them decide to take the gamble andRead More →

The term alternative rock, in its modern incarnation, is fraught with contradictions. Alternative rock at its emergence was a category used to group underground music of the 70s. It celebrated and elevated independent music over the output of commercial record labels. It took power away from the big traditional recordRead More →

Once in a while, a band that doesn’t deserve to hit hard gets lucky. When you’re on the winning formula, the only real gauge is how the audience receives it. We’re not just talking about those vaguely catchy tracks that explode and manage to stay on the charts for anRead More →

If 80s hair metal was a giant decade-long party, then early 90s grunge rock was the hangover. Tired of all the spandex, Aquanet and Cherry Pie, audiences turned to the angsty lumberjacks of Seattle singing about the dark side of rock n’ roll. But that got old too, and byRead More →

There doesn’t seem to be anything truly original through any genre of music. Everyone has a blast somewhere, so you’re bound to find overlaps with your personal favorite artists and the influences they drew on as a budding songwriter. Every once in a while though, you get these few bandsRead More →

Musical genres can be notoriously difficult to define, and there will always be blurry edges and overlaps. That said, the particular niche known as post-rock offers perhaps one of the most intriguing perspectives in modern music, utilizing classic rock instruments but largely eschewing traditional song structures to focus on theRead More →