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Spoiler NYC is led by Alan Robert, who is also the co-founder of Life of Agony, and its fast and noisy album (Banned in 38 States) is one wonderful burst of aggressive punk rock
Our stocking stuffer suggestions for this holiday season includes something that'll be a big hit with fans of the Beatles!
Rock journeyman and founding member of Traffic Dave Mason brought his World in Changes Tour to Phoenix on November 19 for a show at the historic Celebrity Theatre
Our spotlight on vinyl spins new releases from Night Crickets, Drowning Pool and Slinky Vagabond.
We spin hot new releases from Rory Block, Crystal Shawanda, Jimmy Carpenter and more!
The Luckiest Hippie Alive is a fine album from a talent that hopefully will not be overlooked again now that fans have a second chance with this reissue. Pressed on 180-gram vinyl.
Rob Grabowski caught Taylor Dayne In The Act during show at the Piazza on Thursday, Oct. 27, 2022, in Aurora, Ill. Check out Rob's great photos!
For this installment of Root 66, Kevin takes a listen to releases from New Riders of the Purple Sage, John Fusco, Josh Hoyer & Soul Colossal
One of our favorite labels here at RockPile is Deko Entertainment who've recently released awesome records by Dianthus, Little Caesar, separate releases from former Blue Oyster Cult stars Joe and Albert Bouchard, pop star Tiffany and more
The Art of Time Travel thoroughly demonstrates that Travers is still adept at the art of guitar and fans will love it.
Doggerel is everything you expect from a Pixies record - an alt-rock band that knows how to craft songs. Despite a lushness earned over the years, the Pixies still sneer, creep and shout.
All of the good things about Americana-tinged blues rock are here and new fans should be pleasantly surprised by Shake the Roots.
This live recording from 1970 took on a sort of mythical status as it was lost for 50 years and nobody really thought that it would ever be found and released. But miracles do happen
Pink Floyd's Animals was given the remix treatment in 2018 and is now available in 5.1 Surround Sound for the first time.
Top Live Reviews
One of the most-revered rock bands of all time thrilled a capacity crowd Oct. 30 as The Who brought their "The Who Hits Back!" show to the Ak-Chin Pavilion in Phoenix.
Boom! The sound of a simulated cannon shot rang out in the Orpheum Theatre in downtown Phoenix as a light show dazzled and Dropkick Murphys launched into the first song of their set, "Ten Times More."
Springfield, Missouri's progressive bluegrass band the HillBenders are big fans of the legendary British classic rock group The Who
How often are you pulverized by a rock and roll monster? You're close enough to see the whites of its eyes as it eats you alive. The Melvins are that mythical monster
Rob Grabowski and Mark Donofrio caught New Order and the Pet Shop Boys In The Act during show at the Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island in Chicago on September 30th. Check out Rob's photos and Mark's review!
Iron Maiden brought their powerful production to Chicago as part of "The Legacy of The Beast" World Tour
The Gaslight Anthem have returned to concert stages for the first time in four years
The Killers tore through twenty-two songs in two-hours to a sold-out crowd at the United Center. The indoor confines really helped the interaction with the crowd as well.
Rob Grabowski caught Sammy Hagar and the Circle In The Act during a show at Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre in Tinley Park, Ill on Saturday, Aug. 27, 2022. Check out Rob's review and photos
Rob Grabowski and Tom Wojcik caught the Red Hot Chili Peppers In The Act at Soldier Field in Chicago on August 19th. Check out Tom's review of the show along with Rob's great photos!
Saturday night, August 20th the United Center played host to one of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's newest inductees, Duran Duran.
Rob Grabowski and Tom Antonson caught Def Leppard, Motley Crue, Poison and more In The Act during the Chicago stop of The Stadium Tour at Wrigley Field on Friday, July 8, 2022.