Ruminations about a private man
Silent and stern in the sweltering night. The mob moves like demons possessed. What’s THAT supposed to mean? In 1974, Rush replaced departing drummer John Rutsey with Neil Peart in…
Kevin J. Anderson and Neil Peart return to the world of Albion in “Clockwork Lives”
Rush’s busts out the deep cuts in a 40 year retrospective concert.
Wherein three Popdose staff members reveal previously unpublished correspondence between drumming legends Neil Peart and Peter Criss.
Another live recording from Rush? Really? Yes, really.
Chris Holmes and Ted Asregadoo talk to David Bottrill about mixing “Vapor Trails Remixed.”
The band Rush finally has Vapor Trails, a poster-child for too-loud modern mixes, spruced up. Was it worth it?
Now that Rush is at long last in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, it’s as good a time as any to look at their best material… from the ’90s to today.
Chris Holmes breaks it down to give you his favorite albums of the year that was 2012.
Kevin J. Anderson expands on Neil Peart’s lyrics to create a fuller story of Clockwork Angels.
Popdose and Kirkus Reviews team up for the latest travelog from Rush drummer Neil Peart.
Ted Asregadoo reviews the latest in the Classic Albums series, this one focusing on Rush’s two most influential LPs, 2112 and Moving Pictures.
We’re counting down our Top 50 favorite rhythm sections of all-time! See who made the bottom of the list as we look at numbers 50 through 36.
The United States’ performance in the World Cup last month, and the attention if brought, caused many commentators, sports and otherwise, to ask if this was the moment when soccer…
Maybe eight or ten years ago, if you’d wanted to make some pretty decent money on a minimal investment, all you had to do was find a CD copy of…
It wasn’t their best album. It wasn’t even much like what people consider their best album. Yet the mighty Canadian power trio Rush found themselves on Atlantic Records with a…