Articles by Luke Edwards
Compiling seven concerts across 21 LPs, ‘Progeny: Seven Shows From Seventy-Two’ presents Yes at the peak of their prog-rock powers.
While on a short break from Eagles, guitarist Joe Walsh took flight by lampooning rock stardom on the satirical song Life’s Been Good.
Mining his love of 90s R&B and G-funk, Bruno Mars’ third album, ‘24K Magic’, sparked a gold rush with a clutch of feel-good party bangers.
From the bombshell antics of Madonna to the censors-baiting mischief of Prince, the best 80s music videos set pop music aglow in the MTV era.
With their position as electro-pop godfathers beyond doubt, Kraftwerk’s ‘Electric Café’ album saw the group respond to the rise of dance music.
From epic disco rhythms for Chic to sophisti-funk session work, the best Bernard Edwards basslines prove why he’s a master of funky grooves.
From rip-roaring metal bends to soul-stirring vibrato, the best guitar solos push guitarists to the edge with earth-shattering consequences.
Veering off the autobahn, Kraftwerk’s ‘Radio-Activity’ album turned their electro-pop dial to radio communication and nuclear power.
From pop perfection to punk-inspired screeds, the best albums of 2022 are so attention-grabbing they simply demand to be heard.
From prog-rock masterworks to art-pop reinvention, the best Yes songs prove why the virtuoso British legends are so genre-defyingly original.
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