Justice kick off their first North American tour in two years with two sold out nights at Terminal 5 in NYC.
Club de Ville bounced with the tunes of Mikal Cronin, Dan Deacon and unlimited Miller Highlife for $5 at the Insound and Oh My Rockness party Thursday March 15.
On my last day at the 2012 SXSW Film Festival, I chose to see my first documentary. Why? Well, to spite someone of course.
Bob Mould’s set was followed by the only SXSW performance by the Roots, one of the most anticipated sets of the conference (as evidenced by a near three-block long line).
Bands played D.I.Y. style, crammed in a corner with a bad P.A., surrounded by a crowd of people.
The fifth day of the film fest found me seeking out my favorite television actors to see how they perform outside their comfortable characters -- results were mixed.
This performance anticipates a huge year for Fiona Apple.
Familiar faces in a reconfigured band line up play NYC.
NPR’s annual SXSW showcase was one of the hottest tickets last night, with an impressive array of acts including Andrew Bird, Alabama Shakes, and the long-awaited return of Fiona Apple to the stage.
Greetings from Austin!