Cut Copy consistently give one of the best live performances and are my top live act of 2013.
Having crafted Icona Pop's "I Love It", Charli XCX is at the forefront of the girl-pop movement.
The seasonal formula is easy. More alcohol results in more cheer and more cheer equals more holiday spirits.
My only criticism of the Mountain Oasis Electronic Music Summit is that too much great music was programmed at the same time, forcing some difficult decisions about where and when to show up. The 2014 edition cannot come soon enough.
Set to be a regularly occurring, touring event, Communion Music is hosting several bands, including Savoir Adore and Tennis, for their November jaunt.
Jessie Ware's classy voice is the backbone of her strong debut album Devotion, but her music might be better suited for smaller, more intimate venues.
1973 was the year of Head Hunters, Herbie Hancock's seminal album. Forty years later, crowds are still loving "Chameleon", "Watermelon Man" and Hancock himself.
Her shows the confines and varying dimensions of love -- primarily between a man and his operating system -- as it meditates on whether or not you can truly possess what you love.
New York Comic Con felt smaller than the previous year but was no less crowded.
After a long absence, devoted fans of the band Travis agree their return was worth the wait.