Vincent Caruso is a freelance writer and editor based in Chicago, IL. Musings on the topics of music, culture and politics have appeared in the likes of Prefix Magazine, the Daily Beast, Reason Magazine, Brooklyn Vegan, Design Bureau and others. Author of several regrets and producer of many aborted ideas. I believe in a higher power chord. Frequently cyberbullied at @vncnt_csmr.
Gorillaz Unveil ‘Garage Palace,’ Damon Albarn Announces New Album From the Good, the Bad & the Queen
Damon Albarn shares new Gorillaz track while revealing a Tony Visconti-produced sophomore album from the Good, the Bad & the Queen is in the works.
U2 Announce 12″ Vinyl Remix of ‘The Blackout’
The single will see an exclusive 12" release on Record Store Day.
Liam Gallagher Says He ‘Won’t F—ing Get Over’ Oasis
The ex-Oasis firebrand opens up about the sting left in the wake of his former band's breakup.
Julian Casablancas Addresses the State of Rock, Shares Strokes Update
The Strokes (and Voidz) frontman said to not fear the future of rock and spoke about the possibility of new music from his band.
10 Years Ago: Radiohead Come Through the Darkness on ‘In Rainbows’
Thom Yorke's internal turmoil and an innovative business model caused a four-year gap between Radiohead's 'Hail to the Thief' and 'In Rainbows.'
Radiohead, Rage Against the Machine, Depeche Mode Lead 2018 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Nominees
The list also includes Kate Bush, Nina Simone, Eurythmics, The Cars, Dire Straits and more.
The History and Continued Evolution of the Dead Kennedys’ ‘Nazi Punks F— Off’
When Jello Biafra saw the extreme right-wing creeping into the punk scene, he let them know they were not welcome at Dead Kennedys shows.
When the Clash Opened the Roxy on New Year’s Day
Looking to become London's answer to CBGB, the Roxy opened on Jan. 1, 1977 with two sets by the Clash.