Slash was sensational. Myles Kennedy was phenomenal. The Conspirators were badass. This was a celebration of real rock music and a night soon not to be forgotten.
A KoЯn blowout is worthy of the hype, worthy of the time invested, worthy of every penny spent, and worthy of every individual singalong, crowd surf or mosh pit created.
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Guys Walks Into A Bar… almost did not happen on accounts of schedules and near disbandment for Mini Mansions, but it did happen, and we are better audiophiles for it.
Order In Decline may just be the right to fix what has been ailing Sum 41 for way too long. The latest offering runs chock full of heavy riffs, slightly above-average punchy vocals and, more importantly, at a loss of that tween mentality associated to the ghost of Sum 41 past.
Accompanied of sensational graphics and first-class strobes, Wiz is a nonstop force of the hip-hop performing arts. A headliner on his A-game putting on quite the spectacle. To witness a Wiz Khalifa gathering is to experience some cool shit; for lack of a better term.
The Rockstar Disrupt Festival was a great deal of fun, a huge dose of musical bravado, and the proper resurrection of the traveling music festival. Do yourself a favor, if the Disrupt Festival is headed anywhere near your way, go check it out. You can thank us later.