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Paul McCartney And Nirvana Bring 3 Hour Rock Masterpiece To Safeco Field

Paul McCartney And Nirvana Bring 3 Hour Rock Masterpiece To Safeco Field

James Moore July 21, 2013 1

Why do we gather together as human beings when it’s often more comfortable and convenient to be alone? Is there potential for true communion when we gather? It is possible to rid ourselves of

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Iggy And The Stooges Release Fun But Mixed Offering With “Ready To Die”

Iggy And The Stooges Release Fun But Mixed Offering With “Ready To Die”

James Moore April 22, 2013 1

Iggy and the Stooges “Ready to Die” has to be one of the most anticipated rock releases of 2013, and the reuniting of Iggy Pop and guitarist James Williamson has been much talked about.

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Iggy And The Stooges Return With The Menacing “Burn” from “Ready To Die”

Iggy And The Stooges Return With The Menacing “Burn” from “Ready To Die”

James Moore March 7, 2013 Comments Off

First David Bowie announces a new album, and now Iggy and the Stooges? It’s shaping up to be a great year for music, and certainly for rock n’ roll. The Stooges recently released the

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Rock n’ Roll Lives! Hats Off To Sir Paul And Nirvana

Rock n’ Roll Lives! Hats Off To Sir Paul And Nirvana

James Moore December 16, 2012 Comments Off

Consider your faith renewed. Rock n’ roll is alive, well, and as vibrant as it ever was. When I heard the news about Paul McCartney’s live performance with the surviving members of Nirvana I

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I.M.P’s Bandcamp Bands Roundup, More Psychedelic Classics

I.M.P’s Bandcamp Bands Roundup, More Psychedelic Classics

James Moore December 11, 2012 2

We’ve been having a lot of fun with our Bandcamp roundups for a few reasons. In my experience, Bandcamp has been the number one way to discover high quality new music, especially in genres

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Progressive Metal Bandcamp Roundup – The Best of the Best

Progressive Metal Bandcamp Roundup – The Best of the Best

James Moore October 27, 2012 1

It’s Saturday, and you know what that means. I’m browsing the ever-high quality website Bandcamp.com specifically looking for the best of the best in progressive metal bands as I work. These bands will all

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Sex Slaves – Call of the Wild

Sex Slaves – Call of the Wild

Michael Carroll July 19, 2012 Comments Off

SEX SLAVES – “Call of the Wild” written by Rory Richardson edited by Cyrus Rhodes Overall rating: 4.5/5 Sex Slaves are a 3 piece hard rock band that comes to us from New York.

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Elevator Art’s Tent City EP will blow away fans of the Arcade Fire, Radiohead, Jimi Hendrix

Elevator Art’s Tent City EP will blow away fans of the Arcade Fire, Radiohead, Jimi Hendrix

James Moore July 16, 2012 Comments Off

From Toms River, New Jersey, Elevator Art capture both the deep emotion and lush instrumentation of acts like the Arcade Fire, yet with the unbridled freedom and edge of psychedelic rock n’ roll. Propelled

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Rick Shaffer delivers near perfect rock album with “Idiot Flats”

Rick Shaffer delivers near perfect rock album with “Idiot Flats”

James Moore June 25, 2012 1

As a lifelong rock n’ roll fan, I can honestly say that I’ve explored and re-explored a wide range of what the genre has to offer. Coming across the work of Rick Shaffer recently,

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Get Some Rock n’ Roll Spirit From The fundaMentals

Get Some Rock n’ Roll Spirit From The fundaMentals

James Moore June 19, 2012 Comments Off

With a promotional phrase “the world’s oldest living garage band”, The fundaMentals immediately caught my interest. I don’t know for certain if this claim could possibly be verified by an outside authority such as

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