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Video: Primal Scream “It’s Alright, It’s OK”

Scottish indie dance rockers return with new album and goin’ on new video

Primal Scream made their name by fusing the decadent rock excesses of the Stones in the early Seventies with the druggy, beat-crazed euphoria of early Nineties club music.

 

At various times during the course of their long, shambolic career, the band have veered purely to retro rock, such as on 1994’s “GiveRead More

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Video: Keith Richards and Eric Clapton at Crossroads Blues Festival

Slowhand is joined by Keef onstage at Madison Square Garden

 

By Alex Baker

 

Eric Clapton‘s annual Crossroads Blues Festival in NYC is well known as an opportunity for concert-goers to see the man formerly known as “God” joined by other members of the six-string elite. In this clip from this year’s festival in April, Clapton is joined by The RollingRead More

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Doom And Gloom’, The Rolling Stones’ First Song In Seven Years

Written by Alyson Camus Saturday, rocknyc – 13 October 2012

 

The first new Rolling Stones song in seven years was posted in YouTube after premiering on Radio 2 in the UK on Thursday, and you know what? It is as if the Stones had never stopped making music. The song is pure rock’ n’ roll, definitely old school Stones, with Mick Jagger’s muddy and dragging howl and roaring badass guitars and the whole thing is just asking to be blasted through your soundsystem.

The sound of ‘Doom and… Read More

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