EDGEOUT RECORDS PRESENTS THE FUTURE OF ROCK MUSIC AT #HAPPENS @ THE BARBERSHOP (LAS VEGAS SPEAKEASY) Tweet that Bluphoria has completed its development phase. The group entered East Iris Studios at Nashville last January to record their first album with an 11-time GRAMMY®-nominated GRAMMY®-winning mixer/producer Mark Needham (MacFleetwood, The Killers,Read More →

slash dropped Remind the dogs, the third single from his forthcoming fourth album with Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators, 4. Continuation of previously released singles The river rises and fill my world, Remind the dogs sees the Guns N’ Roses man serve up an abundance of crisp classic rock-inspired riffsRead More →

Not everyone who tops the charts will necessarily be the next Beatles release. Sometimes it’s all about being in the right place at the right time, and some artists have reached the pinnacle of success and become the laughingstock of the entire rock scene. That doesn’t mean they’ve always beenRead More →

Some, especially in the image-conscious rock world, enter the holiday season reluctantly, perhaps ringing a sleigh bell here, and briefly donning a Santa hat there, hoping that no one will notice – or remember. The Darkness, on the other hand, had released a Christmas single even before their debut albumRead More →

Charmie Joy Pagulong – The Filipina Star November 14, 2021 | 00:00 Måneskin thinks rock music is coming back. “I think slowly, maybe it’s coming back. The fact that this kind of music is working really well again proves to people and bands that maybe they want to do it,Read More →

Sometimes it’s better to burn out than to disappear. Neil Young thought so, and Kurt Cobain tragically passed away with those same words in mind. But sometimes it’s the fans who walk away rather than the artists who stop making music. As music lovers mature, their tastes develop, often leadingRead More →

Rams Head On Stage’s August schedule features rock ‘n’ roll band Hollis Brown and dance-rock ensemble Elektric Voodoo. Hollis BrownFriday 27 August, at 7.30 p.m. Hollis Brown is an American rock’n’roll band. Named after a song by Bob Dylan (“The Ballad of Hollis Brown”), the band was formed by Queens,Read More →

The August program at Rams Head On Stage features rock ‘n’ roll band Hollis Brown and dance-rock ensemble Elektric Voodoo. Hollis BrownFriday August 27 at 7:30 p.m. Hollis Brown is an American rock’n’roll band. Named after a song by Bob Dylan (“The Ballad of Hollis Brown”), the group was formedRead More →

Rams Head On Stage’s August schedule features rock ‘n’ roll band Hollis Brown and dance-rock ensemble Elektric Voodoo. Hollis BrownFriday 27 August, at 7.30 p.m. Hollis Brown is an American rock’n’roll band. Named after a song by Bob Dylan (“The Ballad of Hollis Brown”), the band was formed by Queens,Read More →

The August program at Rams Head On Stage features rock ‘n’ roll band Hollis Brown and dance-rock ensemble Elektric Voodoo. Hollis BrownFriday August 27 at 7:30 p.m. Hollis Brown is an American rock ‘n’ roll band. Named after a song by Bob Dylan (“The Ballad of Hollis Brown”), the groupRead More →

TACOMA, Washington – Many celebrities are well known for their contributions to charities that work to end global poverty. Due to their large number of subscribers and access to resources, it is often easier for celebrities to mobilize others and raise money for a good cause. Rock bands are aRead More →

The 80s are best known for punk rock, preppies, funk, New Wave, and voluminous hair. Fashion was outrageous like the music people made. It gave birth to the rap and breakdance that many Millennials now consider old school. However, the 1980s also marked some of the most iconic events inRead More →

upcoming musician Steve Moffit presents its creative expressions through the verses of its exclusive soundscape. His music speaks of his experiences and the exposures he passed through during his life. Illustrating the music through contemporary themes and setting, he has created a flow of sound that brings out his musicRead More →

10 April 2021, 10:00 Musical happy families or sibling rivalry? From Oasis to The Cribs, here are the most famous bands featuring siblings. The Cribs – Ryan, Gary and Ross Jarman The Wakefield group includes twin brothers Gary and Ryan Jarman, as well as younger brother Ross. Except when theyRead More →

There is always a sense of camaraderie in a touring rock band. No matter how many people are in the band, it always comes down to a big musical family doing their best to make sure they give the best of themselves to the audience. At least that’s what itRead More →

Image Credit: Tim Toomey Keep an eye out for these new artists who will be refreshing the indie rock scene in 2021. Right now, it feels like guitar bands are emerging onto the mainstream music scene from a long hibernation since the indie glory days of the mid-2000s. Here areRead More →

Boo Hag, Graveyard (self-published) Find it: boohagmusic.com It’s a classic conundrum for most rock bands, but it’s especially acute for a minimalist, garage-oriented rock band like Boo Hag: where exactly are we going? The Columbia duo seemed to burst onto the stage fully formed, with protean guitar riffs, thundering drumsRead More →

Modern rock often struggles to stay innovative and avoid clichés. The Revivalists try to separate themselves from the plethora of groups facing this problem with their energetic live performances. The New Orleans-based eight-person rock band released their fourth album, “Take good care,“ in November 2018, and will perform at theRead More →

While the country is best known for its clean and meticulous pop, these groups are leading a renaissance of guitar music South Korea’s meticulous and sophisticated pop music is its greatest cultural export, having found its place not only in the international music charts, but also in Olympic sporting events,Read More →

When the line-up for Coachella 2018 was announced in January, a lot of people wondered where all the rock bands were. Even Louis Tomlinson, perhaps one of the least rock n ‘roll musicians alive, was confused. Unlike previous Coachella Bills, which often featured prominent bands like Radiohead and used toRead More →

File photo of the eagles At its core, rock n ‘roll is half country and half blues, but sometimes there is a little more of one of these elements in a song than the other. Other times there are many more. Hence the often used descriptors “blues rock” and “countryRead More →