Tag: Rock music

  • Moonage Daydream – Official Trailer

    Moonage Daydream – Official Trailer

    Must-see Bowie film by Brett Morgen is out now. Obviously, we endorse this posthumous bio pic and it’s nice to hear all the familiar tracks in this context.

  • Creem: America’s only Rock ‘n’ Roll Magazine – Trailer

    Creem: America’s only Rock ‘n’ Roll Magazine – Trailer

    Here is something to watch at home during the age of COVID, an upcoming documentary on the notorious rock music magazine, CREEM. Featuring a “who’s who” cast of musicians, including Alice Cooper, Joan Jett, Cameron Crowe, Kirk Hammett, Michael Stipe, Chad Smith, and Thurston Moore, the film is sure to dive into some legendary stories […]

  • The Chelsea Tribe – 2019 Playlist

    The Chelsea Tribe – 2019 Playlist

    Ranking songs each year is a subjective, arduous task that, in our case, is best summarized as a simple playlist. So, in lieu of some arbitrary review of songs that’ll just get lost in the year-end shuffle, I’ve put together a condensed list of songs released in 2019 that’ll hopefully be on repeat into 2020 […]

  • The Chelsea Tribe’s Top 20 Songs of 2017

    The Chelsea Tribe’s Top 20 Songs of 2017

    Like many music and arts blog tends to do, we’ve put together an end-of-year list, featuring a selection of top 20 songs. It’s a diverse variety of artists, ones that you probably won’t find on the Coachella 2018 line-up.

  • The Black Angels – “Currency”

    The Black Angels – “Currency”

    The official music video for The Black Angel’s single, “Currency”, has just been released. The video was directed by Bob Mustachio, who often handles the visuals and oil projections for the band’s live concerts. Be sure to also give their latest album, Death Song, a full listen.

  • Gimme Danger – Trailer

    Gimme Danger – Trailer

    Trailer for the Iggy Pop and the Stooges documentary, Gimme Danger, directed by Jim Jarmusch. This film will be must-see. Also, stay tuned for our upcoming interview with Danny Fields, who helped get the Stooges signed to Elektra Records back in 1968.