Strokes & Vines Stand A Chance In Rap-Rock Marketplace

Randy Lewis of the Los Angeles Times was on hand at the 10th annual KROQ (106.7 FM) Weenie Roast Saturday at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater in Irvine. Lewis writes, “Not only did New York’s red-hot export the Strokes and Australia’s Vines turn in sparkling sets that reaffirmed the vitality of guitar-driven melodic rock, but the capacity crowd’s enthusiastic receptions for both also proved that they stand a chance in a marketplace more tilted toward heavy rap-rock and punk-metal acts.”

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