Tag Archives: rock

Tuesday Tunes: Radioactive band names


Here’s a list of band names from across the globe that pertain to radioactive topics, in particular the atomic age and/or nuclear issues. Twelve (12) different nations are represented on this list and most of the artists are rock performers, … Continue reading

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Tuesday Tunes: Numeric band names


Oops – posted a day early. Oh, well. A little music trivia and fun. Included are rock, punk, folk, country, jazz, reggae, pop, metal, hip-hop, soul, R & B, rap, big band, and any other band names one could find … Continue reading

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Favorite Female Lead Singers of Rock Bands


This can be a tough category to define, as what constitutes a rock band is a moving target. For this list, a rock band is a group of musicians who play under a group name, not an individual’s name (unless … Continue reading

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“Hitch” is a Formidable Joyride


Anyone who has read Panethos for an extended period of time probably has figured out that I love rock music, particularly alternative rock and indie rock. Call me a creature of habit, but ever since my first Beatles, Monkees, and … Continue reading

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Best new album of 2015 – now there are two to choose from


Until this week I was certain my choice for the best new album of 2015 was going to be Wolf Alice’s My Love is Cool.  Now the L.A. based alternative band Silversun Pickups have decided to make that a much … Continue reading

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Nocturnal notes shimmer from the Golden State


Got the opportunity to check out Best Coast’s latest release last night, entitled California Nights. This dandy new album stokes up the volume and the intensity from the band’s prior forays, which included the Golden State’s glorious surfer sounds and … Continue reading

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A rock track to shred effin pop records by


Julian Casablancas and the Voidz have released a new song entitled “Where No Eagles Fly” where guitars blast out powerful riffs that blow your socks off. It’s an awesome headbanger’s stadium rock song.  Who gives a crap if you can hardly understand any of the … Continue reading

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Temples enshrine the psychedelic era…and more


I discovered Temples listening to Impact 89fm – Michigan State University’s student radio station when they played the richly 1960’esque “Shelter Song.” As the first track on their debut full-length album, Sun Structures, the song aptly introduces Temples and a … Continue reading

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“Right here in river city!”


Many of you will recognize the title of this post being from the musical The Music Man. In this particular case I am referring to those cities, towns, and villages named after the river that flows through or by them. … Continue reading

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A ‘magical mystery tour’ of the ’60s – review of “Across the Universe”


I watched the 2007 motion picture Across the Universe for the first time last night and found it to be a magical and mysterious tour of the late 1960s, which blended perfectly with an entire score of superb Beatles music and … Continue reading

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