Psychedelic icon Country Joe McDonald gave a rare performance at The Chapel in San Francisco. Our man Aaron Rubin was there with his trusty camera.
Richard Thompson brought his solo acoustic, all-request act to Berkeley for four sold out shows at the Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse. Our photographer Aaron Rubin was there.
RPM contributor Jeff Yih reviews the Pixies’ epic performance at the Fox Theater in Oakland and Aaron Rubin provides some incredible photos.
It always warms our hearts when musicians get together, using their talents to raise money for a great cause through the release of a charity album. The charity album trend peaked in the ’80s with all-star releases like “We are the World” and “Do they know it’s Christmas?” but thankfully many artists continue to use…
In a year when I’ve seen everyone from Bob Dylan to Iron Maiden, I went into last night’s Lady Gaga show in Las Vegas expecting an entertaining but scripted pop concert. I underestimated her.
The spirit of Robert Johnson would come to haunt – and serve as creative fuel – for one of the best bands New York City (and rock n roll) has ever produced.
Legendary art pop duo Sparks made a rare appearance at The Chapel in San Francisco. RPM’s Aaron Rubin captured all the action with his trusty camera.
U2 – Songs Of Experience (Review) In 2014, U2 quietly placed Songs Of Innocence on every I-phone in the world and most of the world went ballistic. With Songs Of Experience, the band seeks to even the score by pissing off those of us who really enjoyed their free copy of Innocence. Restrained to a…
I have been told many times to not meet my heroes – that it is either not all it’s cracked up to be or that I will come face to face with an interaction that will leave me largely unsatisfied. It is a tale that has been passed down, a sort of innate understanding that…
The idea of Morrissey often eclipses the reality of Morrissey.