3 minimum reading Dave Bash was one of the first North American musical performances for late South Asians ‘90s. He is best known as the lead guitarist of the Canadian rock band Sum 41. His musical influences were heavily influenced by bands like Genesis, Foreigner, Led Zeppelin, Rage Against TheRead More →

This week, two projects revolving around legendary 20th-century rock figures were streamed, though the topics and projects couldn’t be more different. First, the documentary “Poly Styrene: I Am a Cliche” will be in theaters nationwide on Wednesday for a one-night-only big-screen event before becoming available for digital rental on Friday.Read More →

This week, two projects revolving around legendary 20th-century rock figures were streamed, though the topics and projects couldn’t be more different. First, the documentary “Poly Styrene: I Am a Cliche” will be in theaters nationwide on Wednesday for a one-night-only big-screen event before becoming available for digital rental on Friday.Read More →

Nico Marks spent his youthful days in Long Beach, surfing, skateboarding, and listening and playing punk rock music. For a while, Nico Marks lived on a beach in Jamaica. He made a living working as a plumber on the island paradise. He loved the beaches, surfing and playing music. ButRead More →

Story The history of Austin’s famous indie rock scene dates back to the heyday of psychedelic rock in the 60s and 70s. The original Vulcan gas company, the precursor of the infamous Armadillo World Headquarters, incubated Austin’s indie music scene in which some of the country’s greatest rock figures haveRead More →

Bringing together 20 artists from Poland and the UK, anti-racism rock album One race – Human race. Music Against Racism: Part 2 just released for the first time on vinyl. Originally distributed in 1998 by the independent Polish label QQRYQ Productions, the compilation was initiated by Marcin Kornak (1968-2014): 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 →

[Photos via False Heads/Spotify, Pleasure Venom/Spotify, Miss Vincent/Spotify, Pinkshift/Mary-Ellen Davis] If the sonorous inclinations of the new alternative the bands are an indication, pop-punk is not dead and neither punk rock. Whether through the continued influence of traditional groups or experimental infusions through gender outfits, the punk sound is stillRead 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 →

Two days before the Grammy Awards, Aerosmith will receive the MusiCares Person of the Year 2020 award. Not only has Aerosmith made an impact in the music industry, but they have also dedicated time to philanthropic efforts over five decades. These rockers are true icons of the classic rock genre.Read More →

A good soundtrack can turn a decent video game into a classic. While most soundtracks are given to game sound designers, well-known artists have left their mark on game soundtracks over the years. Here are 11 of the best. Read more: My Chemical Romance Could Be Reunited, Jonas Brothers SaysRead 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 →

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 →