I remember seeing a couple of British India’s first ever gigs (I wanna say at Revolver and the long-defunct Duke of Windsor??) when they were a bunch of hyped kids. They kicked ass then, and they kick ass now. Check out my review of their new album Forgetting the Future for Rolling Stone right here.
The new Foo Fighters album Concrete and Gold is a mess – so I wrote about it for Rolling Stone. Read why right here.
Dave Grohl is still a great guy, though.
Things I have a lot of time for: arepas, Batman, the Seattle Supersonics, the Six Point brewery and Tired Lion. Read my review of the hellllll impressive debut album Dumb Days right here over at Rolling Stone.
This is the first album I’ve ever given 5 stars. It’s jaw-dropping. Amazing. Life-affirming. Heartbreaking. Stunningly honest. Perfect. … and I can’t stop listening to it.
It’s as affecting as Born To Run , as sweeping as Joshua Tree and as fun as Celebration Rock. I love it. So read my feature review of Gang of Youths Go Farther In Lightness for Rolling Stone right here.
Go listen to it already, yes?
Hey! Look! I reviewed the new Stone Sour record Hydrograd for Rolling Stone… and I made the goddamn Nickelback joke about a week before Nickelback made it themselves.
Still… dammit. Read it right here.
I gotta lot of time for Rise Against… find out how much I’ve got for their brand new album Wolves in this month’s Rolling Stone… right here.