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Alan Sculley

Hozier should have no problems bringing the more assertive sound of much of “Wasteland! Baby” to life on stage. His current tour features an eight-person band that can generate plenty of sound. Read more

Music Feature

Coheed & Cambria shake off the bumps on their epic journey Read more

Music Feature

The Roots get fired up on Rising Down Read more

Music Feature

Henry Rollins refuses to relive the past Read more

Music Feature

Come make your album in the sunny Bahamas! Rock out, white man! Read more

Music Feature

A newly charged Derek Trucks goes nuclear Read more

Music Feature

Why The Heart Attacks will probably die in a fiery accident involving booze Read more

Food & Drink

Stephen Marley takes his turn in the family spotlight Read more

News & Opinion

Jeremy Enigk falls into a solo role that suits him just fine Read more

News & Opinion

How Silversun Pickups made a train wreck work in their favor Read more

News

Joan Jett drops her first new album since Clinton's first term Read more

Backwards & in High Heels

The Red Hot Chili Peppers thrive when they let each other Read more

Music Feature

With the release of Little Charlie & the Nightcats' new album, Nine Lives, the band's label, Alligator Records, is touting singer-harmonica player Rick Estrin as one of the most accomplished songwriters in blues. Read more

Music Feature

After a hiatus, after death, Social D somehow still sells out Read more

News

Franz Ferdinand tries to make good on their label's massive claims Read more

Sordid Tales

Jay Farrar records first Son Volt album in seven years (sort of) Read more

News

The Redwalls are a bit baffled that anyone knew they were any good Read more

Sordid Tales

Frank Black's loss a reason for the rock world's gain Read more

Letters to the Editor

The Neville Brothers' first album in six years rekindles a little Yellow Moon magic Read more

News

All the boolsheeit over with, Audioslave evolves into a band Read more

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