Classic Tracks: The Smiths' "What Difference Does It Make?"

Sep 8, 2010, By Barbara Schultz

Depending on whom you ask, The Smiths were either the most important British indie band of the ’80s—bringing great guitars back to a synth-weary new-wave audience—or they were self-indulgent posers who disdained their own fans. Love them or hate them, The Smiths made quite an impression when their eponymous first album was released in 1984. ...

American Hi-Fi Rocks on in Los Angeles

Sep 8, 2010, By Matt Gallagher

In 2008, drummer/guitarist/songwriter Stacy Jones reconvened American Hi-Fi, the powerhouse pop-rock band he formed in Boston in the late ’90s, to record Fight the Frequency...

Music: Los Lobos

Aug 17, 2010, By Blair Jackson

Even though Los Lobos have been around for more than 35 years and cut more than a dozen albums—each a gem in its own way—every trip to the recording studio is still an adventure for this band. That was certainly the case for their newest disc, Tin Can Trust, the group’s first album of original material in four years, and their first on the Shout! Factory label. ...

Classic Tracks: Dwight Yoakam and Buck Owens' "Streets of Bakersfield"

Aug 4, 2010, By Barbara Schultz

It’s still pretty surprising that Dwight Yoakam became a country music star. He was playing working-class bars and punk clubs in L.A., performing his original songs and classic-country covers for old-schoolers and college kids at a time when the hits coming out of Nashville were lush, overproduced...

Megan McCormick

Aug 4, 2010, By Barbara Schultz

Megan McCormick is a young singer/songwriter/guitarist with a singular pop-rock sound. It’s almost unfair to make such comparisons, but imagine a voice like k.d. lang’s but younger and breathier, and electric guitar work that’s effortless and emotional....

Analog Tape Is Back!

Aug 4, 2010, By Blair Jackson

The years come and go, equipment changes, trends evolve and still the great digital vs. analog debate continues. Not that it’s really a fair fight at this point. After all, digital recording formats have become completely ubiquitous...

Music: Disturbed

Jul 27, 2010, By Sarah Benzuly

A lone Pro Tools rig may have been gathering dust on the bus while Disturbed hit the festival circuit in Europe last summer, but that didn’t keep guitarist Dan Donegan from seeking out a private room after soundcheck to lay down some riffs that would become the creative spark for their latest album...

Music: Stone Temple Pilots

Jul 9, 2010, By Sarah Benzuly

In 2003, most Stone Temple Pilots fans thought the band was kaput: Lead singer Scott Weiland continued to battle his heroin addiction and took center stage with super-group Velvet Revolver, while the rest of the bandmembers continued to make music under the name Army of Anyone. ...

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