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Not Forgotten: AC/DC – Powerage

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Album Review : The War on Drugs’ ‘A Deeper Understanding’

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It’s clear that Weezer represent an easy target for any tongue-in-cheek listener. Even if New Radicals have come back on stage for an impromptu reunion celebrating Biden’s presidential inauguration, it’s not so frequent now to listen to stuff that could be aired on Mtv 25 years ago or so.Weezer have been crucified for all possible …

British singer-songwriter Charli XCX has had quite the interesting career ever since the release of her debut studio album ​True Romance ​back in 2013. She definitely found her audience, but there were many people that found her music to be relatively generic. That’s not to say it was bad, just a bit formulaic.The same criticisms …

It’s hard to consider that AC/DC could have an album that could be overlooked, but Powerage, slotted between 1977’s Let There Be Rock, the album that first saw them achieve a measure of international success, and the live, If You Want Blood… You’ve Got It, it seems to be an album which gets oddly overlooked …

American anthemic rock titans Shinedown are back in 2018 with their pulsating new album, Attention Attention. It’s been a hot minute since the band released new music so fans and reviewers alike are desperate to hear what the intrepid, emotionally charged rockers have to say three years after 2015’s Threat To Survival. The first track …

I don’t think a songwriter has excited me more about the future of music in the last few years more than The War on Drugs’ Adam Granduciel. It’s ironic, too, given that his music feels more like looking back into the past than forward into some unknown future. I guess I’ve been known to wallow …

It’s heartbreaking that someone who had such a huge talent as Dusty Springfield suffered from almost crippling insecurity and self-doubt. Legend has it that she struggled so much with the recording of this, Dusty in Memphis, now her most celebrated album, that “Son of a Preacher Man” and “Just a Little Lovin’” aside, she was …