OHM Resistance, the prolific record label behind some of some of the most magnificent, unique, challenging, ear-shattering, bowel-loosening, confrontational, troubling, and mood-altering sounds ever recorded, will return to Brooklyn on Thursday December 14 at Sunnyvale where they will take over the venue with an unbelievable roster of artists.
If I am being honest, I wanted nothing more from this show than to hear the hits. And on that front, they not only didn’t disappoint, but they blew my mind into micro bits. Classics like “It’s So Easy”, “Welcome to the Jungle”, “Mr. Brownstone”, “Rocket Queen”, “Sweet Child O Mine”, “Nightrain”, and “Paradise City” were absolutely shattering…
The band’s new LP is a gorgeous, glacially moving work of art that is ethereal and peaceful. It takes its time getting from one beautiful sonic motif to the next and forces you to slow down and unplug.
Though they’ve been reduced to a three-piece outfit due to some unfortunate circumstances surrounding guitarist Tom Capone, Quicksand sonically bulldozed the place as if nothing ever happened. The new songs off their first album in 22 years also stood up against the classics.
Brooklyn’s Music Hall of Williamsburg was a festival of ear-splitting heviosity last night (9/19) as it played host to an unbelievable triple bill featuring Bay area thrash metal icons Exodus, death metal behemoths Obituary, and thrash metal wunderkinds Power Trip.
Roger Waters wrapped up his two-night Brooklyn residency at Barclays Center with a nearly three-hour long set on Tuesday night (9/12) that was as career-spanning and politically scathing as it was utterly instagrammable.
Packed with rare and unseen pics and unbelievably intimate commentary on the state of Floyd at such a pivotal time in their career, the book follows journeys with Roger and Pink Floyd in 1974 and 1975, first with Roger in Greece, and then on the band’s Dark Side of the Moon tour.
Last night (July 21) Iron Maiden brought their epic Book of Souls world tour to Brooklyn’s Barclays Center for the first of a two-night stint. Last night’s and tonight’s shows at the arena are the final two North American shows…
It is hard to articulate just how quickly the audience’s energy went from 50% – 100%, but when The Specials teased the slow, swinging intro to “Nite Club,” the anticipation in the room was truly palpable…
Roger Waters’ new tour is a spectacle of sight and sound (and nearly 20 Pink Floyd songs), with a band includes Jess & Holly of Lucius, Jonathan Wilson, and Beck drummer Joey Waronker. The tour hits the East Coast this fall.
Comedic YouTube duo Rhett & Link have been best buddies since meeting in 1st grade in 1984 at Buies Creek Elementary school in Buies Creek, North Carolina. Since then, they have become prolific “internetainers,” podcasters, actors, and directors.
Finnish trailblazer of experimental and challenging music Mika Vainio has passed away at the age of 53. The cause of death is as yet unknown, but his passing has been confirmed by representatives and family.