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New York Dolls | Dancing Backwards in High Heels
The new New York Dolls have now been around longer - and released more albums (three) - than the old New York Dolls, and they're commemorating that new longevity by letting go of any compulsion they may have still harbored to honor their designation as
| March 18, 2011
Review: Halloween Party at SPACE Gallery, October 30
It's humiliating to admit this, but if you were at SPACE last Saturday you probably agree: a fucking cover band just restored my faith in rock and roll.
| November 05, 2010
New Collisions rediscover their pop identity
Ever since Adam and Eve invented pop music by writing the first song, "Snake Is a Jerk," local bands have honored a time-tested structure.
Smashing sound barriers
| October 08, 2010
Blondie at the Twin River Event Center
When Blondie was popular in the late '70s and early '80s, I thought the pop cheese they judiciously employed in the delivery of their mainstream...
| September 07, 2010
September 12 | Blondie at House of Blues
Panic of Girls, the upcoming album from Blondie, could easily refer to the armies of '70s teenagers who once stormed the band's concerts gussied up...
| September 03, 2010
Rockers moonlighting with non-rock producers
The Killers first worked with Stuart Price on a dance remix of their hit “Mr. Brightside” — and so far, this blend of rock-band brawn and electro-dance bliss has worked smashingly.
. . . or are we dancey?
| January 20, 2009
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