Category: Rock

Seven – Lost In The Deep Sounds Of Space

Seven – Lost In The Deep Sounds Of Space

For fans of: Palma Violets, Jaguar Ma, Sultan Bathery. We’re feeling particularly spacey on this dreadful Monday, so what better way to come down from the weekend than with the trippy, intergalactic sounds of Seven’s new EP, “Lost In The Deep Sounds Of Space?!” The French quartet’s album comes a little under a year after their first stellar EP, “Beware!,” [...]

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Top 10: Acts Who Should Be In The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Top 10: Acts Who Should Be In The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony is tonight, and the music community is nothing short of buzzing with anticipation! This years acts being inducted are KISS, Nirvana, Peter Gabriel, Hall and Oates, Linda Ronstadt, Cat Stevens, Andrew Loog Oldham, Brian Epstein and the E Street Band, but many people are still a bit disgruntled about acts that [...]

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Top 10 Steven Tyler Gifs

Top 10 Steven Tyler Gifs

Today is none other than the great Steven Tyler’s 66th(!) birthday! For you youngins out there, Mr. Tyler is not only a former American Idol judge, but was – and still is – a rock legend, fronting the incredible band Aerosmith for the past 650 years. To honor this larged-mouthed, lady-lookin’ lovin’ badass, we have scoured the interwebz to bring [...]

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Lemonbait – Lemonbait EP

Lemonbait – Lemonbait EP

For fans of: Nirvana, Pixies, Breeders. Pop quiz time! What do you get when you mix citrus, Pixies, and early White Stripes? If you said Lemonbait, you’d be right! The teenage alt-rockers released their EP back in October, and we’re kicking ourselves for just finding it now! The album kicks off with “Shiver,” a Bleach-era Nirvana-sounding track with the vocals [...]

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Concert Review: Les Claypool’s Duo de Twang

Concert Review: Les Claypool’s Duo de Twang

Woodstock, a town already saturated with musical history was about to host a man who can best be described as progressive rock’s luxuriant magician, Les Claypool. Claypool hasn’t lost any momentum since the early 90’s with the beginnings of Primus. He proves himself to be a real musician’s musician that truly seems to not be afraid of anything. On the [...]

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Aqua Rhythm – Crazy

Aqua Rhythm – Crazy

For fans of: Palma Violets, Smith Westerns, The Orwells BandCamp discoveries are always difficult, and it’s rare that we find a group that is truly a cut above the rest. Something about them needs to stand out, needs to speak to us, and we are admittedly a pretty tough crowd. …That being said, meet Aqua Rhythm, the FANTASTIC fuzz-filled surf-rock [...]

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Interview: Raftree

Interview: Raftree

If you’re a fan of Breaking Benjamin, Sevendust and Shinedown, today’s your lucky day! Meet Raftree, the rock band from New Jersey that’s making waves with their tight musicianship and strong vocals. JamSpreader had the opportunity to ask a couple of questions to Raftree frontman Kenneth about their sounds, inspirations, and more… How did you get your start? Like most guitar [...]

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Bruce Springsteen- High Hopes

Bruce Springsteen- High Hopes

    For fans of: Eddie Vedder, Gaslight Anthem, Parker Millsap Bruce Springsteen’s latest studio album, High Hopes is both a battle cry for the future while recalling themes from the past. The album’s new material is anchored by older tracks, American Skin (41 Shots) and The Ghost of Tom Joad are reworked and refreshed, thanks to some help from Rage Against [...]

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Interview: The Districts

Interview: The Districts

If you threw White Denim and My Morning Jacket into a blender, hit frappe, and sprinkled in a pinch of Band of Horses, what do you get? The answer is The Districts, the good ol’ fashioned rock ‘n’ roll band that has just released their album, “Telephone,” this past December. We had the chance to speak with the boys of [...]

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Billy Joel Kicks Off Madison Square Garden Residency

Billy Joel Kicks Off Madison Square Garden Residency

Exclusive video footage courtesy of JamSpreader. JamSpreader was in attendance at the inaugural performance by Billy Joel at Madison Square Garden in NYC on Monday night January 27th, 2014 as he began his monthly string of shows and launched the first music residency that the garden has ever hosted. Tom Odell, who is signed to RCA/Sony Music Entertainment, (Billy’s also [...]

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Interview: The Cold Start

Interview: The Cold Start

There’s nothing better than finding a band of best friends that truly enjoy making music for the right reasons. The Cold Start is just that – straight up good rock ‘n’ roll made by a group of pals who are thrilled to spread around their tunes. JamSpreader had the opportunity to speak with the besties about  how they met, their [...]

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