It’s difficult to please everyone, just ask the lads in Stereophonics. It is exponentially more difficult when you’re a sitting duck.
Shotstar can take comfort in the notion that if they handed their CD over to a certain face painted, leather wearing, merchandise whoring, tongue wagging front...
God Bless Joe Strummer. You were not a punk, you played punk, but you were a king
The curtain has risen for the next act in Radiohead’s inscrutable rock opera.
Foot in Mouth Disease is a contagious and fun rock album at best and derivative and forgettable at worst. However, low points are few and Gob...
The Ugly Organ – a well conceived work of self-indulgent, conceptual, emotionally deconstructive faux-rock that is but surely the next chapter in Cursive’s eminent history.
Despite the disappointment of this forgettable EP, you can expect the underdogs of Yellowcard to shift units with their major-label debut on Capitol.
‘Comfort in Sound’ is not an innovation or revelation, it is simply what the title states.
This is Blur’s finest and most troubled moment.