“You express the world better than anyone. You express something that most people cannot.”
Many of us can link a certain album to pivotal moments in our lives. Whether it’s the first record you bought with your own money, the chord you first learnt to play on guitar, the song that soundtracked your first kiss, the album that got you those awkward and painful pubescent years or the one
“I focused on what you were actually saying, and it irrecoverably changed me.”
“The Show Must Go On…”
A rundown on one of the greatest albums ever made.
Find out what happens when you listen to Pink Floyd’s ‘Dark Side of the Moon’ while watching ‘The Wizard of Oz’…
Another shrimp in the wall.
Sung by Syd Barrett.
Those vocals tho.
From prog rockers playing in a Roman ruin to a German metal band taking over Madison Square Garden, this list has it all.
Yeezy is probably about to feel the wrath of the rock world.
Just when you thought you were comfortably numb to the insanity of US politics
WHAT CAN’T THIS MAN DO?
Billy Corgan and Tom Morello have joined Pink Floyd legend Roger Waters on stage for a charity show in Washington D.C over the weekend and I honestly don’t know how the stage didn’t collapse from all of the awesome. The Smashing Floyds Against The Machine Slaves came together for the pretty awesome sounding Musicorps, which
Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour has announced he will release his first solo album in almost a decade later this year. Gilmour announced the news via his website. He didn’t provide any more details about the release of what is to be his fourth solo studio album, but did say it is meant to coincide with
“This is the last thing that’ll be out from us.”
In case you got it in your head that Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters has rejoined the band, with all that is currently happening in the Floyd camp, the veteran musician wants you to know he still remains contently apart from his former bandmates. Posting Facebook, Waters makes it crystal clear that he had zero,
Worldwide launch includes first listen!
Pink Floyd‘s next studio album, reportedly titled The Endless River, will not feature founding member and long-time bassist Roger Waters or be followed by a tour according to newly revealed details. The album, whose existence was revealed by sources close to the band yesterday, features previously unreleased music dating back to 1994, taken from sessions