Sweden’s Opeth have evolved from a death metal battering ram to Jehtro Tull-lovin’ prog rockers.
Baltimore dream pop duo Beach House brought a different dimension to Psycho Las Vegas.
Deafheaven brought shoegaze-informed black metal to the Mandalay Bay Beach.
Heavy on the harmonies and riffs alike, British doom rockers Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats possess a sound akin to modern classic rock.
Scottish instrumentalists Mogwai are known for their amps-to-11 live shows, where the dynamics inherent in their sweeping compositions come to exceptionally loud life.
Saturday night on Broadway was like the Fanilow Pop Festival.
The recording “Layla” with Derek and the Dominoes is among the last times Allman played that guitar.
From Austin, Texas with a love of reverb comes psych rockers The Black Angels, whose climactic jams were as outsized as their home state.
Former Screaming Trees frontman Mark Lanegan made a rare solo appearance in town at Psycho Las Vegas.
Clutch played Psycho Las Vegas for the first time this year in support of its latest album, “Book of Bad Decisions.”