Tag: andy peterson
Rise Against began their career on the Chicago scene before the decision to sign with a major left the punk community underwhelmed.
Careers don’t come much more impressive, or arguably have less of a need for recapping, than Rostam’s.
Wolf Alice had arguably punched way above their weight with their first two releases, each critically applauded and commercially successful.
Blackwell records as Night Beats, although to all intents what was at one time a band is now just him.
For Lambchop there may unwittingly be an expiration date on the music which the biggest global crisis in a century has spawned.
Gruff Rhys goes where many others fear to tread; in a fifteen-year solo trot he’s made records about, John DeLorean and John Evans.
As St. Vincent, Clark has continued her project-to-project metamorphosis.
This is the most stable line-up of The Chills there’s ever been throughout the Dunedin band’s four-decades-plus history.
Like many of us, Will Stratton has had plenty of moments over the last eighteen months in which to reflect.
Nearly always experimental and in places chaotic, Squid have made a record with which it’s impossible to have a casual relationship.
Leon Vynehall doesn’t really tick many of those front room boxes; cerebral but intense, he's far from most people’s stereotypical producer.
A new album from a band like Royal Blood always fuels that kind of perpetual meta, the one about guitar music as we head into the 20s proper.