During their sold-out show at the Fillmore Silver Spring Tuesday night, Social Distortion frontman Mike Ness was contemplative.
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"Protect Yourself" just plain slayed.
Kelley Deal (the Breeders) and Mike Montgomery (Ampline) make songs that can be dreamy and hypnotic or frantic and almost desperate.
Rodney Anonymous told us there is such a thing as prospector-fetish porn and that it's possible to email photos of a colonoscopy.
Archers of Loaf brings the noise to Black Cat as part of a very short tour.
City Paper didn't photograph the Foos, but we did catch the other sets.
A group of tweenagers from Annapolis opened.
Name the last rock musician you saw onstage wearing twin-tone wingtip shoes.
Did it feel like prom? Maybe, but with a little more "fuck the gender binary."
Oasis songs came across as far more sincere with Noel out front instead of Liam.