The 2014 Nelsonville Music Festival will feature performances by the Avett Brothers, Dinosaur Jr., the Head and the Heart, Jason Isbell, and many others.
The Felice Brothers are set to kick off a summer run to promote their forthcoming album Favorite Waitress and stopped into NYC for a small show to road test some new material.
Christopher Taylor, aka SOHN, just released his album Tremors on which he creates skeletal ambient soundscapes that diverge into dark, trippy, soulful submersions.
Manchester lads The 1975 are huge with the youth and are selling out shows around the States including their night at Terminal 5 in New York.
Scottish trio Chvrches closed out their tour with three explosive sold out nights at Terminal 5.
The man possesses serious chops, but he plays with a great sense of feel and sonic spacing that eludes many guitar shredders. Few guitarists can make every note count like Scofield does.
Fanfarlo remain one of my favorite recent bands. Should I feel sad that they are playing smaller venues than the last tour or happy because I can be closer up?
Lauren Larson occupies the Mount Olympus of women in rock as Ume destroys San Diego.
Doubtless, Bill Maher’s stand-up concert was mordant, hard-hitting, and spectacular, and yes, subsequent to the dreadful -- but comic gold -- Bush years.
Ben Harper's latest, Childhood Home, is a folksy collaboration with his mother Ellen. Very lucky fans were treated to a live performance of the record in NYC.