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Month: May 2017



Interview: Spencer Draeger of The Midnight Hollow on collaborations, acoustic shows and “Peach Juice”

Brooklyn based trio The Midnight Hollow recently debuted their latest song, “Peach Juice,” which was recorded with Ariel Pink’s. The wild, eighties-inspired track is evocative of a lot of their grungy, explosive sound. Continue Reading

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Clark and Com Truise rattle Brooklyn’s Warsaw with bass-heavy, rhythmic sets

Following the news of Clark’s forthcoming album Death Peak, the producer has embarked on a series of worldwide live shows, including a co-headline tour with Com Truise. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Catfish and the Bottlemen return to Anaheim, CA sounding bigger, bolder and more polished

Going on week three of Catfish and The Bottlemen’s 2017 American tour, the band continues to perform with high energy and vibrancy. About two and a half weeks ago I saw the band in New York at Brooklyn Steel, and was fortunate enough to see them again at their Anaheim show this past Wednesday (May 24th). Continue Reading

2 years ago

Future, Migos, Tory Lanez and A$AP Ferg bring one of the hottest tours of the summer to Boston

A year ago around this time, Future was preparing to embark on arguably the biggest tour of 2016 with his collaborator, and tourmate Drake. This year he’s shown no signs of slowing down, as one of the most anticipated tours of the year touched New England’s Xfinity Center in Mansfield, MA for a sellout show on The Nobody’s Safe Tour. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Legendary French producer and composer Jean-Michel Jarre lights up Philadelphia’s Tower Theater

Long-time French producer, composer, and all around performer, Jean-Michel Jarre lit up the room, literally, combining a translucent light-show overtop his ambient electronic instrumentals hypnotizing the Tower Theater with intrigue and delight. Continue Reading

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Brit Award winner Laura Marling brings subtle nuance to her lyrics and on-stage persona at Brooklyn Steel

Laura Marling commanded the stage at Brooklyn Steel in the most subtle way possible, much like the subtle command the lyrics of her sixth album in nine years, Semper Femina. The album, and her live show, are polished and utterly straightforward. Quiet and static on a flower-strewn stage in East Williamsburg, Marling truly let her nuanced lyrics do the talking.  Continue Reading

2 years ago

Aaron Lewis, formerly of Staind, showcases his solo country tunes at West Virginia performance

A short drive from the nation’s capital, Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races in West Virginia has been presenting some of the most prominent acts in music for the past three years. While most will know Aaron Lewis from the rock band Staind, he has a new catalog of music that brings country back to its roots. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Magic Giant celebrate the release of “In The Wind” with a folky set at The Observatory in LA

Magic Giant released their album In The Wind, this past Friday – May 19th. In light of their recent success, Magic Giant has been touring across America playing festivals and shows, which is what sparked inspiration for the album. Their new record, which is heavily influenced by travel and nature, speaks clear to the band’s experience. The album, like the band when they perform live, artfully depicts feelings of excitement, spirt, and joy. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Roger Waters re-targets Pink Floyd’s classic protest rock at Donald Trump at tour rehearsal in New Jersey

 40 years later, and the lyrics to songs like “Another Brick In The Wall,” “Pigs (Three Different Ones)” and “Money” are as alive as ever. The stunning Trump takedown was part of Roger Water’s rehearsal last night for his upcoming Us + Them tour, which featured songs both old and new.

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Alvvays, The Courtneys and Candace bring layered indie rock to the first night of Red Bull’s 3 Days in Portland

On May 18th, Canadian indie pop/rock band, Alvvays, played the Wonder Ballroom in Portland, OR. Alvvays was accompanied by indie powerpop band, The Courtneys, and all-girl indie rock band, Candace, playing the first night of Red Bull’s 3 Days in Portland concerts series. Continue Reading

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