Overall, ‘It Came from Aquarius Records’ (by Kenneth Thomas) successfully weaves its tale with enough charm to spill over into other documentaries one might wish would be made about its charming cast of personalities.
Punk icon John Lydon brings Public Image Ltd to Leeds for a night of rowdy experimental punk. Check out the photos here.
French tech/death heavyweights Exocrine return with another masterclass of heaviness in the form of ‘The Hybrid Suns.’
Indie folk queen Phoebe Bridgers played a completely sold-out Thompson’s Point in Portland, Maine, on June 9th with opener Claud.
Cyber-horror metal stars Motionless In White get cinematic on their new album ‘Scoring The End of the World.‘ Read our thoughts on it here.
Sex Pistols’ ‘The Original Recordings’ (UMC) is a convincing and compelling record of the band’s range, viciousness (excuse the phrase), and irreverence.
Sans a lackluster track, Panda Riot’s ‘Extra Cosmic’ delivers dense washes of opaque guitars crowned by the beautiful, diaphanous voice of Rebecca Scott.
Festival season continued in earnest as Live At Leeds in the Park launched its inaugural event in Temple Newsam. Check out the photos here.
Teeming with resonant dance-pop energy, “Supernova” conjures up luscious retro flavors atop a contagious rhythm, capped by the evocative voice of Jake Lancer.
Nothing More made their way to Chicago’s historic Riviera Theatre on June 3rd with superb support from Atreyu and Eva Under Fire. Photography by Ann Storlie.
Glass Animals (w/ support from Mob Rich) deliver indie-rock perfection at Oklahoma City’s OKC Zoo Amphitheater. Coverage by Patrick Quiring.
Seattle indie-folk heavyweights The Head and The Heart made their way to the picturesque seaside views of Portland, Maine’s Thompson’s Point with an assist from opener Jade Bird.
Slipknot has been crisscrossing North America on the Knotfest Roadshow and recently stormed Cincinnati’s Heritage Bank Center with Cypress Hill. Coverage by Brandon Turner.
Ringo Starr kicked off his latest tour at Casino Rama, accompanied by his All-Starr Band, and needless to say, this was one heck of an evening. Coverage by Darren Eagles.