Tag Archives: Years

In Photos: Halestorm, In This Moment and New Years Day Rock New York City (11/24)

Halestorm, In This Moment, and New Years Day rolled into Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City on Saturday (November 24th), bringing with them a tour powered by three commanding frontwomen. The evening was headlined by Halestorm, with Lzzy Hale and company playing a number of songs from their most recent album, Vicious, including “Black Vultures”, “Do

Classic Film Review: Yellow Submarine Created a Style of Its Own 50 Years Ago

The other day, there was this meme on Instagram featuring a picture of John Mayer making a pained open mouth, with a spoon being forced upon him. The caption imagined something like “A BEATLEMANIAC TRYING TO SHARE TRIVIA AGAIN EVEN THOUGH YOU DIDN’T ASK.” We’re not there yet with the Beatles, are we? Meme-able? Resentfully

Robyn releases first album in eight years, Honey: Stream

Robyn is back with her first new solo album in eight years, Honey. The highly anticipated follow-up to 2010’s Body Talk through Interscope and the Swedish pop star’s own Konichiwa, and you can stream it below via Apple Music and Spotify. While Robyn has said the album features “much more production work on my end,” Honey also features contributions from Joseph

25 Years Ago, Sepultura Release Groundbreaking Chaos A.D.

With their fifth album, Chaos A.D., released October 19, 1993, Sepultura effectively announced to the world that metal could fuse with and absorb “native” musical elements from anywhere. Although Sepultura had previously flirted with the rhythms of their native Brazil, most notably on the song “Altered State” from 1991’s Arise, the band had otherwise stuck

Cake covers Roger Miller’s “Reincarnation”, their first new piece of music in seven years: Stream

Cake, the ’90s hitmakers whose deep cuts are far better than anything you’ve heard on the radio, haven’t released a proper album since 2011’s Showroom of Compassion. They’ve been playing some new songs live—here’s one called “Sinking Ship”—but as we wait for those to pop up beyond YouTube, the band has emerged with a cover

Collector finds unreleased Carly Simon and Mick Jagger duet lost for 46 years

Almost half a century after it was recorded, a lost duet between ’70s siren Carly Simon and The Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger has been unearthed. A slow love ballad allegedly called “Fragile”, the track was previously thought lost to the sands of time. However, the Associated Press reports that Stones collector Matt Lee has re-discovered the

Ringo Starr Through the Years: 1963-2018 Photos

Throughout his career, Ringo Starr’s charm and sense of humor has earned him as many fans as his drumming has in that time. Check out the below gallery featuring photos of the affable drummer from 1963 to the present day. Sir Richard Starkey joined the Beatles in August 1962, replacing the fired Pete Best as the group prepared to record its debut