The Joe Perry Project @ The Fillmore East at Irving Plaza

NEW YORK, NY—Side projects are the extra marital affairs of pop music—they’re the time in which an artist can explore all of the kinky things that their main band is just not interested in. This is a notion Joe Perry obviously never considered when putting together the current incarnation of …

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Interview with moe.: The Many Faces Of A Band Called Moe

Almost 20 years ago a group of SUNY Buffalo students began playing music together. Today moe. is a band which stands apart from its jam band peers. Taking a break from recording a new album with his side band and picking up a reverb chamber once used by Bob Dylan, …

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Rilo Kiley: Interview With Pierre de Reeder

After an extremely productive eighteen month break in which their lead singer released a solo album, their bassist recorded his second album with The Elected and their drummer recorded with Bright Eyes, Rilo Kiley reconvened to release their fourth album, Under the Black Light, to both fan and critical …

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Gallows @ Bowery Ballroom

NEW YORK, NY—Two shows in two days in two boroughs is easily an equation for overkill. When such performances have been trumpeted by the amount of press that Gallows have been since the fall, such scheduling is almost certainly setting oneself up for disaster. But not Gallows. The British import …

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Interview with Simple Plan: No Longer Just Kids

Simple Plan have outdone the majority of their late ’90s/millennial pop-punk peers and now find themselves standing on the precipice of that all-important third album. It is indeed make it or break it time, as a third album usually determines if a band is here to stay.

There are two …

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Interview with Louis XIV: Life In And Out Of The Doghouse

Punk rock styled Do-It-Yourself roots are a common support system for new bands and such roots are usually augmented as soon as a band is signed to a major label to “nurture” a band to grow into a mainstream success. Louis XIV have defied this convention and became one of …

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Interview with Cobra Starship: This Is How We Bring It

“I am sick of these motherfuckin’ snakes on this motherfuckin’ plane”, declared by Samuel L. Jackson’s character Neville Flynn, proved to be the catch phrase from the 2006 camp- fest Snakes On A Plane.

As the credits rolled, it would also serve as the intro to “Bring It (Snakes …

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Interview with Perry Farrell: Pirates, Beat Matches, And More! Perry Farrell Navigates Tough Water With Satellite Party

Perry Farrell has been a fixture of the modern rock world for over two decades. His creative endeavors have dotted and shaped the musical landscape in an enduring manner which sets him apart from his peers, and to listen to almost any modern rock station for an extended period of …

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Iggy And The Stooges @ United Palace Theatre

NEW YORK, NY—The reunited Stooges performed for a sold out crowd at the United Palace Theatre on April 9. The band, who was supported by Sistas In The Pit, a West Coast punk band hand picked by Iggy Pop himself, brought all of the excitement and insanity that fans of …

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Interview with The Stooges: Everything In Between

It is one thing to be at the forefront of the musical frontier of one’s time, and it is a totally different thing to create the frontier that other musicians spend their careers settling. Even rarer is for one to be remembered as a pioneer after the proverbial dust settles, …

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