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Sonny Vincent and Rocket From the Crypt: Vintage Piss

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Vintage Piss
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Sonny Vincent and Rocket From the Crypt: Vintage Piss

Sonny Vincent and Rocket From the Crypt: Vintage Piss

Punk legend Sonny Vincent has been around the block more than a few times at this point. Whether he was helping sculpt heavy metal in Liquid Diamonds or finding his own voice in The Testors, Vincent has continued throughout the years to release an ever-expanding, ecliptic catalog. Though he has not reached the success of some of his contemporaries, he is constantly touring for the fan base still devoted to true punk. Vintage Piss is sure to keep hungry fans satisfied and with an ever-increasing respect for Vincent and his band. The ...

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Wolfmother @ Webster Hall, 3/3/16

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Wolfmother @ Webster Hall, 3/3/16

Andrew Stockdale of Wolfmother. Photo credit: Reed Yurman

All aboard the gypsy caravan for a one way ticket into the void. The mighty Wolfmother took Webster Hall like a proverbial maternal wolf protecting her young by aiming right for the jugular of the offender and not letting go. In layman’s terms, Wolfmother is a band that absolutely needs to be seen live. From the thunderous backbeat provided by drummer Alex Carapetis (of NIN and Voidz fame) to the Iommic riffing and Plant-esque wailing of frontman Andrew Stockdale, the band was in the tipest of topest shape which could be felt ...

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Gary Clark Jr: The Story Of Sonny Boy Slim

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The Story of Sonny Boy Slim
(Warner Bros. Records)

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In recent years, the decline (or more to-the-point, deaths) of various musicians blues and otherwise, has been very rapid, leaving the wonder of who will continue when the original kings are nothing more than a memory. It seems Gary Clark Jr. has the answer to that question singing from his ever trusty Epiphone Casino guitar. However, The Story of Sonny Boy Slim marks a transitional period for Clark in which he trades his blistering guitar work in favor of a more focused R&B approach. While not necessarily a ...

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