Pink Floyd’s Nick Mason and His Saucerful of Secrets Map Out First Full Tour (in Europe and the U.K.)

Pink Floyd’s Nick Mason and His Saucerful of Secrets Map Out First Full Tour (in Europe and the U.K.)

Nick Mason’s Saucerful of Secrets is a new supergroup featuring the legendary drummer, joined by Gary Kemp of Spandau Ballet, Lee Harris of the Blockheads, bassist Guy Pratt and composer Dom Beken. Together, they celebrate the early material of Pink Floyd’s iconic career, and after an initial run of four U.K. shows, the group has now […]

New Supergroup Nick Mason’s Saucerful of Secrets to Perform Early Pink Floyd Material in Concert

New Supergroup Nick Mason’s Saucerful of Secrets to Perform Early Pink Floyd Material in Concert

The legacy of Pink Floyd lies in their unpredictability and inventiveness — and their early material with the late Syd Barrett remains some of the most intriguing of the band’s output. Nick Mason, the band’s drummer, has formed a new supergroup with aims of celebrating some of that early material. Called Nick Mason’s Saucerful of […]

Recap: Incubus Delight the Masses at Hollywood Bowl Hometown Show with Jimmy Eat World and Judah and the Lion

Recap: Incubus Delight the Masses at Hollywood Bowl Hometown Show with Jimmy Eat World and Judah and the Lion

Incubus have come a long way from their roots in Calabasas, California. The Los Angeles suburb in the San Fernando Valley was where the alt/rock group formed in the mid-1990s, before Brandon Boyd and his band mates exploded on the global level thanks to their breakout 1999 album Make Yourself. (Guitarist Michael Einziger recently spoke […]

From the Black Crowes to the Magpie Salute: Rich Robinson Q&A

From the Black Crowes to the Magpie Salute: Rich Robinson Q&A

According to Merriam-Webster, one of the definitions of a “magpie” refers to one who collects indiscriminately. In the case of The Magpie Salute, a new 10-piece outfit drawing together three key members of The Black Crowes—Rich Robinson, Marc Ford and Sven Pipien—the groups collects its source material from a myriad of influences to create an expansive […]

Roger Waters: The Interview

Roger Waters: The Interview

“Lab coats? Yeah, I suppose there were people in lab coats. Engineers,” Roger Waters says after I hand him a set of coasters with images of equipment from Abbey Road Studios in the 1960s that I’d spied sitting on a coffee table while waiting for him to arrive at a Manhattan recording studio for our […]

Music, Life and Social Media with Robyn Hitchcock (Q&A)

Music, Life and Social Media with Robyn Hitchcock (Q&A)

Whether you’re a fan of the Soft Boys, Robyn Hitchcock and the Egyptians or simply Robyn Hitchcock as a solo singer-songwriter, there’s definitely something for you in the English musician’s new self-titled, Brendan Benson-produced album. The legendary tunesmith tells me at the outset of our conversation that he sees the album as almost a summary […]

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