pink floyd

Remembering Roger Waters’ 1990 Concert at the Berlin Wall

The day after The Wall concert in Berlin’s infamous Potzdamer Platz, David Bates, Dawn Bridges, and Chris Roberts from PolyGram Records, and I drove to…
Bob Guccione / July 21, 2017

Long Island Officials Are Trying to Cancel a Roger Waters Show Over His Criticism of Israel

Former Pink Floyd leader Roger Waters has been in the news a lot lately, mostly because of his criticism of Radiohead for their decision to…
Andy Cush / July 17, 2017

Some Pink Floyd Fans in New Orleans Booed Roger Waters For Showing Anti-Trump Images Onstage

Former Pink Floyd frontman Roger Waters is currently touring behind Is This the Life We Really Want?, his first new album since 1992. On Saturday night,…
Anna Gaca / July 10, 2017

Stream Roger Waters’ New Album Is This the Life We Really Want?

Former Pink Floyd frontman Roger Waters has a new record out, and it's called Is This the Life We Really Want? It's been 25 years since…
Geena Kloeppel / June 1, 2017

Roger Waters – “The Last Refugee”

Roger Waters has shared a new song and video from his upcoming album Is This The Life We Really Want?, which comes out a week from today.
Winston Cook-Wilson / May 19, 2017

Watch Roger Waters Perform “Deja Vu” on Colbert

Even with the reported FCC investigation, The Late Show With Stephen Colbert must go on. The late-night show brought on Pink Floyd's Roger Waters to perform an orchestra-backed rendition…
Brian Josephs / May 9, 2017

Roger Waters – “Déjà Vu”

Pink Floyd's Roger Waters has released a new song from his upcoming album Is This The Life We Really Want. "Déjà Vu" is a reflective, downtempo track featuring…
Geena Kloeppel / May 8, 2017

Roger Waters – “Smell The Roses”

In a few months, the stadium psych-rock grandmaster and former Pink Floyd frontman Roger Waters will release Is This the Life We Really Want?, his…
Tom Breihan, Stereogum / April 21, 2017

Roger Waters Details New Album Is This the Life We Really Want?, Produced by Nigel Godrich

A politically-charged album by Roger Waters, you say? Man, who would have thunk it? But yes, the former Pink Floyd frontman's new LP--his first since…
Winston Cook-Wilson / April 20, 2017

Loud Shrimp Named After Pink Floyd

Although "Shrimp" wasn’t the title of a song off Pink Floyd’s career-best concept album Animals, "Pink Floyd" is now the name of a newly discovered…
Pranav Trewn, Stereogum / April 12, 2017

Merriweather Post Pavilion’s Summer ’73 Lineup Was Insane

1973 was a great year for music: Pink Floyd released Dark Side of the Moon, Stevie Wonder released Innervisions, Herbie Hancock had Headhunters, The Stooges had Raw Power, Bruce Springsteen had his classic…
Andy Cush / February 23, 2017

Coachella Organizers Round Up Dylan, McCartney, the Stones, and More for a Historic Festival

Goldenvoice, also known as the organizers behind Coachella, are planning a giant, historic festival featuring some of the biggest, most iconic names in rock music:…
Rachel Brodsky / April 16, 2016

Watch Pearl Jam Cover Pink Floyd’s ‘Comfortably Numb’ in the Pouring Rain

Pearl Jam are currently on a South American tour, and last night, they took the stage in Porto Alegre, Brazil, where, during a rainstorm, they covered…
Rachel Brodsky / November 12, 2015

Let’s Go Listen to Pink Floyd’s New Song, ‘Allons-y (1)’

Pink Floyd just shared "Allons-y (1)," an instrumental that seems to welcome listeners to the odyssey of their upcoming new album, The Endless River. The new track is…
James Grebey / November 3, 2014

Pink Floyd’s Nick Mason Thinks U2’s Album Release ‘Devalues’ Music

The surprise release of U2's new album Songs of Innocence has drawn criticism from pretty much all sides since it dropped in September, but the…
Colin Joyce / November 2, 2014
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