Month: July 2016



Brand New and Modest Mouse Play Fan-Favorites, Deep Cuts For Los Angeles Crowd

Wednesday at the Forum in Los Angeles was a night die-hard Brand New and Modest Mouse fans had been waiting a long time for. Continue Reading

4 years ago

Interview: Lowell On Naming Albums, Her Musical Inspiration and Wolves

Elizabeth Lowell Boland, known by stage name Lowell, self-identifies as both a feminist and a wolf and her music matches that. Continue Reading

4 years ago

Detroit’s MoPop Festival: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly

It seems fitting to approach our review of MoPop this way because by day two, the festival felt like it could be taking place in the deserts of the American southwest. Continue Reading

4 years ago

The Avett Brothers Deliver a Charming, Soulful Set In Portland

Sometimes you’ll listen to a song and pay attention to the music, sometimes you’ll focus on the words; The Avett Brothers do justice to both sides of a tune. Continue Reading

4 years ago

MUNA Sell-Out Mercury Lounge For Euphoric, Hook-Heavy Show

To see MUNA live is to see a band about to break through realizing they are about to break through. Continue Reading

4 years ago

Warped Tour Is All About Comfort and Acceptance Now and That’s Punk As Heck

If you, like most people, have not been to Warped Tour since 2007, I can assure you that it is still as punk as ever. Continue Reading

4 years ago

A Showcase of Portland Talent With The Domestics At Mississippi Studios

It goes without saying that the music scene in Portland is awesome, but I’ll say it anyway; the music scene in Portland is awesome. Continue Reading

4 years ago

Cincinnati-Based Five-Piece Wussy Rock Out At The Bowery Ballroom

Wussy, touring in support of their Forever Sounds release, brought their unique mix of pop, shoegaze and psychedelia to the Bowery Ballroom. Continue Reading

4 years ago

Johanna Warren, Oddjob Ensemble, Jason Webley Bring A Cacophony of Sounds to Portland

On the night of June 13th, Johanna Warren, the Oddjob Ensemble and Jason Webley gave an eclectic and entertaining performance at The Holocene in Portland, Oregon. Continue Reading

4 years ago

Zella Day Returns to the Sinclair in Boston With New Songs and a More Mature Sound

Almost exactly a year ago, Arizona-native Zella Day graced The Sinclair in Boston with her ’70s flower child vibes and stunning vocals. Continue Reading

4 years ago
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