Brooklyn Vegan — photos by PSquared
Kicking off with "I Wanna Be Adored" and finishing with "I Am the Resurection," The Stone Roses were welll aware of their debut album's impact, not mention what the audience wanted to hear, at their first NYC show in over 20 y... more info
Brooklyn Vegan — The Stone Roses' first NYC show in 20 year, plus Paul Simon, Black Mountain, Kimya Dawson, Weezer, Lee Ranaldo, 75 Dollar Bill, and more NYC show options for your Independence Day pre-party action.
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Guardian Music — Etihad Stadium, ManchesterThey’re still riding their reunion wave on the strength of two new songs, but seeing the Roses live these days is more about the fans than the bandNinety percent of everything is awful, or uninteresting. Of course it is. ... more info
Guardian Music — They sound good, the fans still love them, and they matter – even if the world they sing about has changed beyond recognitionEver since they started, the Stone Roses have made a habit of playing surprise gigs in unusual locations, from railway arch... more info
Rolling Stone — The Eighties were a banner decade for British music, with one perma-classic after another – New Order's Technique, the Stone Roses' debut, the Jesus and Mary Chain's Psychocandy, Echo and the Bunnymen's Ocean Rain – but the bellwether may have be... more info