Foo Fighters – Concrete And Gold

For the past two decades Foo Fighters have been gradually transforming from pop-grunge pioneers to stadium rock titans. While their last album, the geographically conceptual Sonic Highways (that came with an accompanying series of documentary films about the cities where each track was recorded) had some interesting moments, its hard to argue that the band... Continue Reading →

Against Me! – New Wave

10 years ago as I write this Floridian punk rockers Against Me! released an album that was, for better or worse, to become a landmark one in their career, New Wave. Following something of a falling out with indie label Fat Wreck Chords over their Searching For A Former Clarity record the band signed a... Continue Reading →

Foo Fighters – Sonic Highways

Much like many concept albums that came before it the idea of Foo Fighters’ Sonic Highways could, on paper, sound massively self-indulgent. Across eight tracks the band travelled around the USA visiting eight cities and in each city visiting a different iconic studio to record a song. What sets this apart from being an exercise... Continue Reading →

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