Urban Art Nomads - MUSIC
Coming 20 years after their breakout, the Irish pop-punk trio's new album is a welcome return to form
It’s been a long way back to basics for Ash. The Irish trio became stars as teenagers in the U.K. for their ebullient pop-punk jams and endearing youthful antics, cute enough to be (erroneously) marketed as a boy band in their early days but RAWK enough to cite J Mascis as a key influence.
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LA Weekly - Henry Rollins
BY HENRY ROLLINS, THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 2016 AT 4:30 A.M.
This is about Miles Davis.
It is early evening in Zagreb, Croatia. I have been on the festival circuit since last week, living on a tour bus where every bunk is occupied. It’s crowded and we all know each other quite well now.
The festival setting is often a tragiclectic mix of ancient and new.