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‘Safety in Numbers’, Ranked

by Rob Slater on March 31, 2016
Tomorrow, Umphrey's McGee will unleash their tenth anniversary reissue of their standout 2006 record Safety in Numbers. Still ranking as their best album to date, Safety showcased a maturing band...

Worlds Collide: Ten Great Indie Rock Covers of the Grateful Dead

by Rob Slater on March 17, 2016
Maybe the greatest signifier of the Grateful Dead's influence is their ability to spill over into other genres, particularly the indie/alternative rock world. Some of the best covers of the band's...

Arcade Fire’s Alleged Rider Requests, Ranked

by Rob Slater on March 04, 2016
The game of riders leaking online is a messy one most of the time, as it's easy to fabricate an artist or band's rider to make them seem like over-demanding divas. Anyone remember Jack...

Seven Top Lockn’ Collaborations

February 17, 2016
The lineup for Lockn' 2016 is finally here and the festival is upping its game with two nights of Phish, Ween, Joe Russo's Almost Dead and many others who will make their debut at the Arrington,...

Happy Birthday Dave Grohl: Seven Collaborations Over Grohl’s 47 Years

by Rob Slater on January 14, 2016
47 years ago today, one David Eric Grohl was brought into the world and has spent every second since transforming into an untouchable Rock God. There isn't much Grohl hasn't done, whether it be in...

12 of Our Favorite David Bowie Covers

January 13, 2016
Over the past couple days we've been listening to plenty of David Bowie music, including other artists'  interpretations of his songs. Here are a dozen covers that have captured our...

17 “Lost” Hits of 1965

by Jeff Tamarkin on November 06, 2015
For many baby boomers, 2015 has served as something of a reality check as we’ve celebrated the 50th anniversary of the formation of the Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane and several other bands...

Umphrey’s McGee Mashups, Ranked

by Rob Slater on October 30, 2015
This weekend, Umphrey's McGee will probably not present their latest edition of mashups. While this signals the end of the mashup run, at least for now, let's take a look back at the good, the bad...

Pearl Jam’s Ten Best Rarities

by Rob Slater on October 23, 2015
Twenty five years ago yesterday, the members of Pearl Jam played their very first show together. Eddie Vedder came up to Seattle from San Diego, started recording with the band and just days later...

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