Shae Moseley

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  • 4 years ago

    Kings of Leon used to complain that they only got to play arenas when they were overseas at big festival dates — even if each album released since 2004's Aha Shake Heartbreak inched the band closer to full-on American rock stardom. But thank...

  • 6 years ago

    Kings of Leon, the fabled Tennessee band made up of three brothers (Caleb, Nathan and Jared Followill) and their cousin Matthew, has enjoyed the kind of slow rise to stardom that very few rock 'n' roll acts enjoy today. While the quartet has playe...

  • 6 years ago

    When Asobi Seksu released its self-titled debut in 2004, the New York City band (whose name means "casual sex" in Japanese) was on the cusp of the Britpop-influenced shoegaze resurgence. But while tinges of that echo-laden, effects-driven aestheti...

  • 6 years ago

    Judas Priest started its metal odyssey in the early '70s, when bands from the industrial-wasteland towns of northern England were just starting to set fire to traditional blues riffs, and its constant output and evolving sound helped it to transce...

  • 7 years ago

    Few bands do a better job of capturing the eerie surrealism of 21st-century life than Handsome Furs. The act creates music that comes from an outside observer's standpoint, where each song is something of a foreign correspondent's small commentary...

  • 7 years ago

    In the early part of this decade, Chicago-based rock nostalgists The Redwalls were touted as likely candidates to carry the torch of garage-rock revivalism even further into the mainstream consciousness. But though the "next big thing" tag never s...


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