Blistering in its content, Nimrod offers a grouping of in-your-face songs that rarely miss a beat. Despite its greatness, Nimrod isn’t held in the same regard as 1994’s Dookie, a record that catapulted Green Day to superstardom and beyond.
With apologies to Bob Seagar’s “Turn the Page,” “Baker Street” has arguably the greatest saxophone riff in rock history. It’s so great that it resulted in what was known as the “Baker Street Phenomenon.”
The trend of artists listing on Reverb helps gets gear into the hands of fans and fellow musicians.
Video games and music intertwining is not new but still has endless potential and room for evolution. As long as video games dominate the current cultural zeitgeist, the music industry can grow along with it.
Choosing a best-of list when you’re more than halfway through the year isn’t exactly the most common time for careful deliberation.
Among the most unique and edgy acts of the 90s was Filter, a band led by the ever-defiant frontman, Richard Patrick. Patrick’s unique penchant for off-kilter instrumentation, witty lyrism, and bold swells of grandeur via song defined the latter part of the decade into the 2000s
Do you subscribe to the worn-out adage that “rock is dead?” If so, then you most likely haven’t heard the invigorating music by scene newcomers, The Fats.
If you’ve got the chance, go see The Stadium Tour. In life, we have very few chances to see the greatest acts do what they do best on the grandest stages. For several years, The Stadium Tour seemed improbable, but on June 24th, 2020, at Citi Field in Queens, NY, an up-and-coming act, a fearless rock warrior, and three of rock music history’s most seminal bands, accomplished the improbable, and then some.
In our second round of interviews with Record Store Day co-founder, Michael Kurtz, we go more in-depth about the inner workings of Record Store Day itself.