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Yo La Tengo review by Josh Reedy. Yo La Tengo – I Can Hear The Heart Beating As One (1997) My copy: 2015 reissue by Matador. Though most people preferred the other 1997 album to prominently feature a major highway on its cover, I Can Hear The Heart Beating As One is still widely regarded […]

LOS ANGELES – Diamond-certified GRAMMY® Award-winning band Imagine Dragons and record label Interscope have teamed up with LA-based, award-winning director FILFURY and Untold Studios to take fans on an intergalactic journey in their new music video for the track ‘Children of the Sky’. Watch the video HERE. The video’s creative concept is inspired by the […]

On Friday, Melody Federer shared her newest collection of songs, “Chapters from the Fairy Tale.” Federer’s music is at once enigmatic and candidly charming. Texas-born with a nomadic soul, she honed her craft in New York, Paris, Los Angeles, Nashville, Seattle, and back to Nashville where she continues to gain recognition as an up-and-coming talent […]

I try to put out positive stories, maybe a bit of humor, because we live in a world of sadness. Unfortunately, that world has crossed into our world, and with unbearable sadness, it is my dour duty to eulogize a death, that of 581,000 gallons of red wine, lost from a breach at a wine […]

We reached out to Casey Polomaine, Executive Director of Albany Barn. As follows… RRX: Albany Barn had its origins in something called Rock2Rebuild, which harnessed the power of music to raise money for the 2004 Southeastern tsunami. That was a massive event that was soon forgotten, soon for the magnitude of it. How did that […]

The New York Civil Liberties Union Capital Region Office, Albany Pubic Library System, along with the League of Women Voters of Albany County and Mothers Out Front are recognizing Banned Books Week with a reading of selected banned books on Tuesday Oct. 3rd at 6:00PM to 7:30PM at the Washington Ave. Branch of the Albany […]

Okay, so this one needs a visual reference. Feel free at any time to scroll down and take a look. The James Webb Telescope took a picture, the same way an MRI takes a picture (don’t kill me science nerds) i.e. many slices to make a picture. They were looking at these two stars, Herbig-Haro […]

We reached out to the band Black Belt Jones, who will be appearing at Rock and Oddities Con on October 28th and 29th. This is our conversation. RRX: You all have a great sound. I’m listening to something a little bluesy right now, “Jupiter Queen.” So I see your bio, and holy s**t, you have […]

On Friday October 13, 2023, experience the thrill of QUIET RIOT live as E1 PRESENTS brings QUIET RIOT to the Cohoes Music Hall!  Opening act is lead vocalist and founding member Anthony Corder of Tora Tora, American glam metal band. Celebrating their 40th Anniversary of the Metal Health album, Quiet Riot is famously remembered as the […]

Buried Child: American Gothic – The Exploration of Family and Identity at Albany Civic Theater by Joanna Peterson Palladino-Resnick It’s thrilling that Albany Civic Theater has chosen to perform Buried Child, Sam Shepard’s 1978 Pulitzer Prize winning play that explores the breakdown of the 20th century American nuclear family.  In a 1996 American Theater interview […]

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