I never got to see The Prayer Chain live back in the day, but they’re in fine form here.
Not as cool as a Cornerstone generator stage or sauna-like tent, but still pretty great.
With this recent performance, Low prove they’re still as captivating a live act as ever.
A good reminder that The Cure really have released a mind-blowing amount of amazing music over the years.
And just in case you were wondering, there is a cover of Drake’s “Hotline Bling.”
It’s one of the best Arcade Fire songs to date — and a nice tease for their upcoming concert film.
Antony Harding’s ephemeral music holds up pretty well in a live setting.
I daresay they’re some of the best material The Cure has produced in quite some time.
Hopefully, this performance is a sign that new things are coming from the trio; it’s been far too long.
The shoegaze reunions continue with this stripped down acoustic performance.
All I can think is that I’ve waited two decades for this moment… and it is everything I could’ve hoped for.
It took place on April 10, 1980 in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.
he former frontmen of Dead Can Dance and the Cocteau Twins also have new albums coming soon.
Band announces tour dates in support of their new album, The Threshingfloor.
Mew put on a show that was, for lack of any better superlatives, mind-blowing.
It felt so refreshing to see a band perform that was so absolutely devoid of irony and hipster chic.
In concert, these songs become absolute maelstroms, as the band handily moves past their punk comparisons and launches right into the stratosphere with ear-shredding noise.