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Rock Cellar Magazine | ‘Bleeding Audio: The Rise and Fall of the Matches’: Filmmaker Chelsea Christer and Bassist Justin SanSouci on Revealing New Doc About the Mid-2000s Music Industry
June 7, 2022
‘Bleeding Audio: The Rise and Fall of the Matches’: Filmmaker Chelsea Christer and Bassist Justin SanSouci on Revealing New Doc About the Mid-2000s Music Industry

The Matches are a four-piece band out of Northern California that emerged in the early 2000s with an offbeat style of pop/punk that landed them a deal with Epitaph Records...

Rock Cellar Magazine | In Appreciation of The Matches’ 2003 Song ‘December is for Cynics,’ Truly the Anthem for the Final Month of 2020
December 1, 2020
In Appreciation of The Matches’ 2003 Song ‘December is for Cynics,’ Truly the Anthem for the Final Month of 2020

The original version of this article was written in December of 2020 — a year later, The Matches guitarist/vocalist Shawn Harris appeared on the Chris Demakes A Podcast, hosted by...

Rock Cellar Magazine | The Life of a Match: Preview ‘Bleeding Audio,’ a New Doc Chronicling the Rise and Fall of Mid-2000s Band The Matches
September 3, 2020
The Life of a Match: Preview ‘Bleeding Audio,’ a New Doc Chronicling the Rise and Fall of Mid-2000s Band The Matches

The Matches are a four-piece band out of Northern California that emerged in the early 2000s with an offbeat style of pop/punk that landed them a deal with Epitaph Records...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Q&A: Lit’s Ajay Popoff on New Album ‘Tastes Like Gold,’ the ‘That Thing You Do!’ Moment of “My Own Worst Enemy,” Riding in Dave Grohl’s Private Jet & More
June 27, 2022
Q&A: Lit’s Ajay Popoff on New Album ‘Tastes Like Gold,’ the ‘That Thing You Do!’ Moment of “My Own Worst Enemy,” Riding in Dave Grohl’s Private Jet & More

In 1999, an Orange County, California-based band named Lit released a song called “My Own Worst Enemy.” The lead single from the band’s second album, A Place in the Sun,...

Rock Cellar Magazine | June 2022 Issue
June 13, 2022
June 2022 Issue

Click the links below to enjoy our June 2022 features. Stewart Copeland on ‘The Police: Around the World’ Reissue, Writing Operas and the Pull of Nostalgia  Randy Bachman & Tal...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Q&A: William Ryan Key on Taking a Leap with His New EP, Yellowcard’s Ups & Downs, Mental Health & Star Wars
February 3, 2022
Q&A: William Ryan Key on Taking a Leap with His New EP, Yellowcard’s Ups & Downs, Mental Health & Star Wars

William Ryan Key is, for lack of a better term, a key figure in pop/punk history. With Yellowcard, he hit a high note with 2003’s “Ocean Avenue,” a breakthrough single...

Rock Cellar Magazine | What to Watch This Weekend 2/12-2/14: Michael McDonald, ‘Food for Love’ ft. David Byrne, Bob Weir & Wolf Bros., Jimmy Eat World, ‘Bleeding Audio’ at Slamdance 2021
February 12, 2021
What to Watch This Weekend 2/12-2/14: Michael McDonald, ‘Food for Love’ ft. David Byrne, Bob Weir & Wolf Bros., Jimmy Eat World, ‘Bleeding Audio’ at Slamdance 2021

This weekend, Feb. 12-14, brings with it a handful of especially notable streaming concert events — some of them live, some pre-recorded, and one an intriguing new documentary about one...

Rock Cellar Magazine | What to Stream This Weekend 9/11-9/13: Neil Peart Tribute Event, The Who, Barenaked Ladies, Wallows, Shawn Colvin, Richard Thompson, More
September 11, 2020
What to Stream This Weekend 9/11-9/13: Neil Peart Tribute Event, The Who, Barenaked Ladies, Wallows, Shawn Colvin, Richard Thompson, More

It’s the weekend, again, which means one thing: There’s plenty of streaming events from the music world to keep you entertained at home — which is so important these days,...

Rock Cellar Magazine | What to Stream Labor Day Weekend: The Beatles ‘Top 50 Countdown’ Live Stream, Pearl Jam, The Who, Dave Matthews Band, Phish, ‘Mulan’, ‘Bleeding Audio’
September 4, 2020
What to Stream Labor Day Weekend: The Beatles ‘Top 50 Countdown’ Live Stream, Pearl Jam, The Who, Dave Matthews Band, Phish, ‘Mulan’, ‘Bleeding Audio’

It’s Labor Day weekend in the United States, which means one thing: An extra day to celebrate (safely, of course, given the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic). One of the best options...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Oakland’s SWMRS Make the Bay Area Proud with Urgent New Album ‘Berkeley’s On Fire’ (New Music Friday)
February 15, 2019
Oakland’s SWMRS Make the Bay Area Proud with Urgent New Album ‘Berkeley’s On Fire’ (New Music Friday)

Berkeley’s On Fire, the new album from Oakland’s SWMRS, was released on Friday — and it’s the sort of record that will stick with you long after its 10-song, 33-minute...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Best New Music: Good Charlotte's 'Youth Authority' Is a Solid Farewell Record — If That's What It Is
July 20, 2016
Best New Music: Good Charlotte's 'Youth Authority' Is a Solid Farewell Record — If That's What It Is

Nearly 15 years ago, few alt/punk/pop bands were as big of a deal as Good Charlotte. The band’s 2002 album The Young and the Hopeless was on its way to going...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Sum 41 Returns with Riff-Heavy 'Fake My Own Death' Music Video
June 29, 2016
Sum 41 Returns with Riff-Heavy 'Fake My Own Death' Music Video

Canadian pop punk/metal heroes Sum 41 recently announced plans for a new album, 13 Voices, and late Tuesday night the band premiered a video for its lead single, Fake My...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Darren Hayes (ex-Savage Garden) Confronts Depression, Suicide in “Poison Blood” Video (ft. a Nod to Prince)
June 29, 2022
Darren Hayes (ex-Savage Garden) Confronts Depression, Suicide in “Poison Blood” Video (ft. a Nod to Prince)

Darren Hayes, the Australian singer/songwriter who reached international fame in the late ’90s with Savage Garden (and smash-hit singles like “Truly Madly Deeply” and “I Want You,” alongside Daniel Jones),...

Rock Cellar Magazine | George Harrison Estate Links with Dad Grass for New Cannabis Line, ‘All Things Must Grass’
April 12, 2022
George Harrison Estate Links with Dad Grass for New Cannabis Line, ‘All Things Must Grass’

For the very first time, a member of the Beatles has linked up with a cannabis company for a product: It’s called “All Things Must Grass,” a collaboration with the...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Going to Coachella 2022 (or Watching the Live Stream)? Don’t Miss These 21 Acts Across All Stages
April 6, 2022
Going to Coachella 2022 (or Watching the Live Stream)? Don’t Miss These 21 Acts Across All Stages

This article spotlighting acts to catch at Coachella was first written for the 2020 event, but it has now been updated to reflect the 2022 lineup and details.  Headliners. When...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Out Now: Wallows Hits the Bullseye with ‘Tell Me That It’s Over’ LP, Extends Mostly Sold-Out Tour (Listen)
March 28, 2022
Out Now: Wallows Hits the Bullseye with ‘Tell Me That It’s Over’ LP, Extends Mostly Sold-Out Tour (Listen)

Tell Me That It’s Over is the title of a new studio album from Wallows, the three-piece indie/pop band featuring actor Dylan Minnette (one of the stars of the latest Scream film and Netflix’s 13...

Rock Cellar Magazine | The Vibes Are Strong with “Like Exploding Stones,” a New Song/Video from Kurt Vile (New LP 4/15)
February 15, 2022
The Vibes Are Strong with “Like Exploding Stones,” a New Song/Video from Kurt Vile (New LP 4/15)

Kurt Vile has cultivated a strong presence and dedicated audience over the past few years with his brand of psychedelic, fuzzed-out guitar-based indie/rock — and on April 15, Vile will...

Rock Cellar Magazine | The “Dad Vibes” Are Strong with Limp Bizkit’s Funky New Song (That Sounds Exactly Like Limp Bizkit Always Has)
September 30, 2021
The “Dad Vibes” Are Strong with Limp Bizkit’s Funky New Song (That Sounds Exactly Like Limp Bizkit Always Has)

Limp Bizkit, once a powerhouse of the mainstream music scene in the early 2000s at the forefront of the “nu-metal” boom, has more or less existed on the periphery in...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Queen Rocks South America Circa 1981 in Latest Episode of YouTube History Series ‘The Greatest’
August 20, 2021
Queen Rocks South America Circa 1981 in Latest Episode of YouTube History Series ‘The Greatest’

The latest episode of Queen: The Greatest, the English band‘s YouTube series exploring its vaunted history, chronicles one of the group’s biggest challenges — its first-ever tour of South America. The...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Garbage Shares Stark, Stylish New Video for “The Creeps”; New Album ‘No Gods No Masters’ Out Now
June 18, 2021
Garbage Shares Stark, Stylish New Video for “The Creeps”; New Album ‘No Gods No Masters’ Out Now

On June 11, Garbage returned with No Gods No Masters, a powerhouse new album that finds Shirley Manson and the band as fired-up, potent and resilient as ever. The subject...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Streaming Through 4/27: Watch ‘KORN: MONUMENTAL,’ a Streaming Concert Event from the Set of ‘Stranger Things: The Drive-Into Experience’
April 26, 2021
Streaming Through 4/27: Watch ‘KORN: MONUMENTAL,’ a Streaming Concert Event from the Set of ‘Stranger Things: The Drive-Into Experience’

Turns out, a setup themed around the Netflix series Stranger Things matches quite effectively with the sometimes unsettling musical approach and aesthetics of Korn. The long-running band debuted KORN: MONUMENTAL,...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Smith/Kotzen (Richie Kotzen & Iron Maiden’s Adrian Smith) Share New Video for the Soaring ‘Scars’
February 24, 2021
Smith/Kotzen (Richie Kotzen & Iron Maiden’s Adrian Smith) Share New Video for the Soaring ‘Scars’

Iron Maiden guitarist Adrian Smith and fellow guitarist Richie Kotzen (he of a prolific solo career and stints with Poison and Mr. Big) recently announced a new project, Smith/Kotzen, and...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Watch the Foo Fighters’ New Music Video for ‘Waiting on a War’; New Album ‘Medicine at Midnight’ Coming 2/5
January 19, 2021
Watch the Foo Fighters’ New Music Video for ‘Waiting on a War’; New Album ‘Medicine at Midnight’ Coming 2/5

Last week, the Foo Fighters premiered another song from their upcoming studio album, Medicine at Midnight, which will be released on Feb. 5. The premiere of the song was attached...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Greta Van Fleet Shares Dramatic New Video for the Seven-Minute ‘Age of Machine’
December 10, 2020
Greta Van Fleet Shares Dramatic New Video for the Seven-Minute ‘Age of Machine’

Young rockers Greta Van Fleet have been busy this week. The band burst forth after a prolonged bit of silence with a new song, “Age of Machine,” a nearly seven-minute...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Watch Marilyn Manson’s Nightmarish Music Video for the Dystopian Anthem ‘We Are Chaos’; New Manson Album Announced (Out 9/11)
July 29, 2020
Watch Marilyn Manson’s Nightmarish Music Video for the Dystopian Anthem ‘We Are Chaos’; New Manson Album Announced (Out 9/11)

Marilyn Manson premiered a new song and music video on Wednesday, but “We Are Chaos” may throw you for a bit of a loop. Musically, it’s not an incendiary, in-your-face...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Rising Indie Singer/Songwriter beabadoobee Premieres ’90s-Styled New Song ‘Care,’ Announces Debut Full-Length ‘Fake It Flowers’
July 14, 2020
Rising Indie Singer/Songwriter beabadoobee Premieres ’90s-Styled New Song ‘Care,’ Announces Debut Full-Length ‘Fake It Flowers’

Among indie/rock circles, singer/songwriter beabadoobee has been a “rising star” for a few years now, several successful EPs and inescapable buzz earning her significant attention. On Tuesday, beabadoobee announced her...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Rest in Peace, Actor Brian Dennehy of ‘Death of a Salesman,’ ‘First Blood,’ ‘Tommy Boy’ and More: 1938-2020
April 16, 2020
Rest in Peace, Actor Brian Dennehy of ‘Death of a Salesman,’ ‘First Blood,’ ‘Tommy Boy’ and More: 1938-2020

Brian Dennehy, iconic actor who for decades made a name for himself in Hollywood, has passed away at the age of 81, it was reported on Thursday. Via the Hollywood...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Pearl Jam Premiered an Animated Music Video for New Song, ‘Superblood Wolfmoon’ — Watch
February 19, 2020
Pearl Jam Premiered an Animated Music Video for New Song, ‘Superblood Wolfmoon’ — Watch

Earlier this week, Pearl Jam gave the world another preview of its anticipated new album, Gigaton, with the high-energy rocker “Superblood Wolfmoon”: The song has since been given an animated...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Holy Wars Would Like to ‘Welcome You to My Hell’ — Watch L.A. Band’s Sinister New Music Video
October 25, 2019
Holy Wars Would Like to ‘Welcome You to My Hell’ — Watch L.A. Band’s Sinister New Music Video

We all have a little “hell” inside of us, in one way or another — and sometimes, it wants out.  Based in Los Angeles, Kat Leon and Nic Perez of...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Watch Iggy Pop’s Straightforward New Video for ‘James Bond’
August 14, 2019
Watch Iggy Pop’s Straightforward New Video for ‘James Bond’

Iggy Pop recently premiered a song titled “James Bond” as a preview of his upcoming album, Free, slated for release on September 6. The song, which is almost exclusively set...

Rock Cellar Magazine | From Home Movies to a Snapshot of the Police’s Heyday: Stewart Copeland Discusses ‘Everyone Stares: The Police Inside Out’
June 5, 2019
From Home Movies to a Snapshot of the Police’s Heyday: Stewart Copeland Discusses ‘Everyone Stares: The Police Inside Out’

Stewart Copeland is always game for an intellectually-stimulating conversation. He’s proved it time and time again over the years, and roughly a year after he was featured on these pages...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Want Some David Bowie Sneakers? Thanks to Vans, You’ll Have a Chance Soon
March 26, 2019
Want Some David Bowie Sneakers? Thanks to Vans, You’ll Have a Chance Soon

The iconic imagery of David Bowie lives on, and thanks to Vans, fans will have an opportunity to wear some limited-edition sneakers inspired by the Thin White Duke‘s incredible life...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Los Angeles Indie/Pop Trio La Bouquet Readying Debut LP ‘Sad People Dancing’ for 3/29 Release
February 27, 2019
Los Angeles Indie/Pop Trio La Bouquet Readying Debut LP ‘Sad People Dancing’ for 3/29 Release

Los Angeles-based band La Bouquet is gearing up to release its anticipated full-length debut. It’s been two years since the alternative/indie-pop band released its debut EP, Heavy Sunshine, but the group...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Music Photographer Mick Rock’s Magical Mystery Movie, ‘SHOT!’ (L.A. Premiere Recap)
April 20, 2017
Music Photographer Mick Rock’s Magical Mystery Movie, ‘SHOT!’ (L.A. Premiere Recap)

Star-Studded Cinema Premiere Rocks L.A. The star-studded Los Angeles premiere of SHOT!? The Psycho-Spiritual Mantra of Rock took place April 5 at the Pacific Theatres at The Grove. Rock Cellar...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Walking ‘This Path Tonight’: A Chat with Graham Nash
June 7, 2016
Walking ‘This Path Tonight’: A Chat with Graham Nash

It takes a special artist to merit induction into The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame and an even more extraordinary one to be inducted twice into that hallowed institution....

Rock Cellar Magazine | Coachella Festival 2013 Recap (With Video of Full Sets)
April 15, 2013
Coachella Festival 2013 Recap (With Video of Full Sets)

This past weekend was the first of two Coachella Valley Music & ARts Festivals, which took place in Indio, California. RCM was there, despite the absolutely vicious wind/dust storm that...

Rock Cellar Magazine | January Album Reviews
January 11, 2012
January Album Reviews

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Amy Winehouse Jane’s Addiction Jimmy Cliff Coldplay Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross – The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Soundtrack) Their second collaboration with...