Tag: Incubus (Band)

  • Incubus

    Heavy and charmingly heady even in the midst of their rap-rock rise to fame, Incubus inspired a legion of insipid followers (see: Hoobastank). Only now, after five years off, Brandon Boyd and his pals have drenched themselves in the very Hot A.C. weaksauce they helped brew. Mellow, measured and furiously mid-tempo, If Not Now, When?, […]

  • First Impressions of Albert

    Psst, wanna know a secret? Albert Hammond Jr., one of the two guitarists in the Strokes, has a new solo album out. It’s called Yours to Keep, and it slipped into stores in England rather quietly late last year, largely free of the fanfare that for the last few years has plagued the Strokes’ every […]

  • Sk8ter Bois

    Introducing Incubus videos on MTV tends to make people wary of your punk credibility, which is a shame. Good Charlotte may be the best punk band alive and under 25—not despite the synthetic sounds and crass lyrics that fill their new The Young and the Hopeless, but because of them. Too many young punks are […]