Co-presented by the World Music Institute, the 92Y hosted a rare and mesmerizing performance from India's violin virtuoso L. Subramaniam.
All by her lonesome, Julien Baker captivated the sold out capacity crowd at Rough Trade with her plaintive songs.
The former Black Crowes vocalist has achieved a rare feat with the Chris Robinson Brotherhood, striking sonic gold with a second band after the dissolution of the one that made him a rock star.
Brooklyn dhol and brass band Red Baraat rocked Winter Jazz Fest before embarking on a U.S. Tour.
Trey Anastasio Band tours seem to give the red-headed virtuoso a way to stay musically active and keep his chops up while challenging himself in a different way.
Baroque pop group San Fermin celebrated the third anniversary of their first performance with a lot of friends at Bowery Ballroom.
At a Foals show, the crowd gets almost as wild as lead singer Yannis Philippakis does.
Sleater-Kinney's five night run in New York drew out hardcore fans and Fred Armisen as the band played off their "comeback" album No Cities to Love and other classics.
Brooklyn garage/punk band Narc Twain played a release show for their first EP at the Knitting Factory.
Glen Hansard's sold out show at the Beacon was the final stop on his US tour for has Didn't He Ramble.