Friday, November 9Haymarket SquaresSlidebar
Haymarket Squares specialize in a quick clip brand of folk music. Using
mandolin, piano, and whistling, they weave a folk tapestry while
busting lyrics about righteous anger and the songs of Britney Spears.
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The Space Shuttle Atlantis blasted off today in the final mission of NASA's shuttle program. The mission: run supplies to the International Space Station, and bring home as much trash as can fit in the shuttle. Exciting stuff.
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According to Wired, a British company is planning to press cremated human remains into LP records. And yes, the platters will play music. Jason Leach, who founded the company And Vinyly explained there were a number of reasons behind his decision to embark on this peculiar busines ... More >>
Robert KnightDon't call it a comeback; Yes have been touring for
to be exact), albeit with a rotating cast of personnel. The seminal '70s
band has seen legitimate resurgences in each decade, and still puts in
serious roadwork well into their fourth. Music blogs
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British prog-rock icons Yes have had to cancel their upcoming 26-city tour commemorating 40 years of incredibly long, complicated rockin'—including dates at Honda Center (Aug. 20) and Gibson Amphitheatre (Aug. 22)—due to singer Jon Anderson's health problems.
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Set aside your negative bias toward Yes—and while you're at it, lose your knee-jerk hatred of prog rock. Yes fuckin' rock—albeit in a long-winded, redonkulously complex manner. And Chris Squire's bass playing? Completely slaughters Les Claypool's. Ask Squarepusher. He'll vouch for me.
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