There is no reason to review the Years and Years show at Terminal 5. Sure, Olly Thornton of Years and Years was a great big ball of gay energy on stage, dancing with no inhibitions, arms above his head, grinding an … Continue Reading
Interpol fans delight! Non-Interpol fans stay away! Paul Banks tried to live up to his dramatic, dark, wonderful album vocals once again and once again he failed miserably. Is it because he’s a smoker? Or does he need to take … Continue Reading
On Tuesday, April 7th Misterwives performed to a sold-out crowd at Broeoklyn’s Music Hall of Williamsburg. Openers included newcomers Handsome Ghost and the jazz meets R&B meets electronica duo Marian Hill. The show was nothing short of amazing and the … Continue Reading
On Wednesday, March 25th Tove Lo played her only NYC show at the Highline Ballroom to a sold-out and rambunctious crowd. The setlist included nearly all of the songs from her debut album Queen Of The Clouds. The Swedish singer … Continue Reading
Damien Rice is set to embark on a nationwide tour this spring—his largest U.S. run in nearly a decade—including stops at the Beacon Theater in New York City, the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville and the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles. … Continue Reading
Brooklyn, NY – Electronic was alive and well this past Saturday night 11/8/14 right here in NYC at the Music Hall of Williamsburg at the Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival. In preparation for the release of her new EP on December … Continue Reading
Complete with Christine McVie the band known as FLEETWOOD MAC hit the road late September this year and already have a trail of stellar reviews behind them. The band is something of an anomaly having gone through break-ups, drug addiction, … Continue Reading
I was lucky enough to attend a special event sponsored by Rocket Fuel at Pier 84 in New York City with one of the hottest indie bands of the year, St. Lucia. While this specific line up of the band … Continue Reading
Royksopp and Robyn perform “Do It Again” LIVE on Jimmy Kimmel! We’re very excited to see what these artists do together in the next few months.
Steve Perry has basically joined the EELS at this point performing with them again in LA. This time he sang the classic Journey song “Lights” and sounded even better than he did the first time. The VOICE is BACK!
10. Duck Sauce Duck Sauce aka A-Trak and Armand Van Helden played the closing set at the Sahara tent weekend two and brought the house down with their mega club hits “Barbara Streisand” and “Big Bad Wolf.” While the duo … Continue Reading
This past weekend Holy Ghost! played two sold out shows. We got to see them for their first show this past Friday, and it was nothing short of amazing. The electronic duo rocked the house and delivered a perfect … Continue Reading
Audiofuzz favorites, Classixx, played to a sold out show Tuesday night at Brooklyn’s Music Hall of Williamsburg. The LA-based duo’s set was filled with songs off their debut album, Hanging Gardens, and also included some of their high profile remixes. … Continue Reading
Not Off The RAC By Servando Rosario Remix Artist Collective, or also known as RAC, is an artist partnership group started by Andre Anjos from Portland, OR in 2007. The group has featured members from across the country and is … Continue Reading
Cut Copy played the first of two sold out shows at New York’s Terminal 5 on Friday. Starting off their set with their latest single, “We Are Explorers”, Cut Copy delivered an energetic and down right fun show. As they … Continue Reading
White Denim had no problem selling out the 1500 capacity Webster Hall venue this past Friday night and after witnessing their performance, we can see why. The band pummeled through an electrically charged set of songs from Corsicana Lemonade and of course … Continue Reading