Those pining for the days of Mark Lanegan, shoulda-been grunge icon, should check out the latest LP by Seattle doom and drone pioneers, Earth, where the onetime Screaming Trees frontman lends vocals to two tracks. For if there's one thing that's become clear over Lanegan's long and varied solo output, it's that he's not always keen on repeating those days
2014 Nelsonville Music Festival - Images by Mara Robinson
Editor's Note: While I wasn't able to make this year's Nelsonville Music ...
To judge by appearance, the Brooklyn five-piece band, The Men, aren't very distinctive men. If pressed, the man standing in the ...
Starting with their 2012 album, Open Your Heart, The Men have been on a mission to prove they are more than another bunch of rowdy NYC rockers. ...
Around the time of their 2011 release, Leave Home, The Men were being grouped into a scuzz rock revival with bands like Pop. 1280, a movement ...