Articles by: Brice Ezell
Live Review: Zappa Plays Zappa Gels with the Portland Weird at the Roseland Theater (January 31st, 2014)
What makes this performance so stellar is that it never feels like imitation, even really good imitation.
It's tough to argue against his stature as the progressive rock icon.
It's immersive in exactly the way instrumental music should strive to be -- it doesn’t insist upon its own epic qualities.
Check out a preview of the Swedish prog band's new LP.
Recently, I came upon two wondrous releases — an EP and an LP — that it pains me to say will fly under all of the critical radars come the year’s end
Just like the salmon pink sleeve art to its incredible sophomore album, Sunbather, Deafheaven doesn’t do a lot to try to seem like a “black metal band.”