Several of the bands performing at Boston Calling are returning to the stage after varying breaks and with a bit of a different look.
Arts, Music, Review
Foo Fighters Vivifies Rock in Worthy ‘Concrete and Gold’
Much of the Foo Fighters ‘Concrete and Gold’ effectively mixes new sounds with old while remaining sturdily based in its rock medium.
Foo Fighters, Astrid S, and JP Cooper in Singles This Week
The Foo Fighters embrace discordant sounds, while newcomer Astrid S touches listeners with an angelic voice in singles this week.
Column, Arts, Music
Music In The ’90s: Angst, Frustration, And Earnest Expression
The 1990’s was a great time for honest art, and in retrospect, we find it most in the work of the decade’s bands.
Foo Fighters’ ‘Sonic Highways’ Covers No New Territory
Despite Foo Fighters traveling cross-country to create ‘Sonic Highways,’ the album lacks adventure and innovation.
Foo Fighters Serve Up ‘Feast Of The Famine,’ And More Singles This Week
Foo Fighters keep on fighting with another new release, Radical Face drops indie song ‘Sisters,’ and more singles this week.
‘Something’ New From Foo Fighters, And More Singles This Week
Foo Fighters release a track from its forthcoming album, Taylor Swift is back with a not so welcome release, plus more.