Naked Eyes–the duo of vocalist Pete Byrne and keyboardist Rob Fisher–had some big hits during their short time together in the ’80s Continue reading Always Something There to Remind Us: An Interview with Pete Byrne of Naked Eyes
The band’s greatest works are being collected as a new vinyl boxed set. Continue reading The Velvet Underground Celebrates 50 Years With New Boxed Set
‘Strange Days’ represented something powerful and dangerous in its psychedelic rock. Continue reading The Doors
The Moodies transformed themselves into a progressive/art rock band with 1967’s Days of Future Passed album, one of rock’s first and finest concept records. Continue reading The Moody Blues
If there is one rock album that perfectly captured the cynicism and decadence of the ‘70s, it’s undoubtedly the Eagles’ ‘Hotel California.’ Continue reading Eagles
The Dream Syndicate show at the Bowery Ballroom this past Saturday was an alt-rock guitar lover’s dream. Continue reading The Dream Syndicate
Since its release 25 years ago, R.E.M.’s Automatic for the People has gone on to become a classic work. Continue reading R.E.M.