Without a doubt, the Brooklyn-based Hold Steady are one of the most consistently rewarding live bands performing today.
The Dears spend a night in Brooklyn presenting their upcoming album Degeneration Street.
The sound of a room full of 20-year-olds singing “when you’re dead” over and over again, while Flynn provided harmony, made for an exhilarating end to an unforgettable evening.
Electronics master Jon Hopkins takes time out from his packed schedule to chat about his many projects at this year's Moogfest.
Recasting themselves as proper ensembles, both Twin Shadow and Glasser successfully sought out bigger, fuller sounds.
A short interview speaks volumes about the artist’s life and approach to music
Ava Luna made a memorable impression with it's industrial yet decisively retro sound.
Simply put, the show is the greatest 80-minute dream you will ever have. The evening transcends a mere rock show and proves to be a complete audio and visual experience which will leave you in complete and utter awe.
With a recent contract being signed to keep Voodoo in New Orleans through 2019, fans can expect the event to continue to grow and be a fitting close to each year’s music festival season.
"What does the Mexican Revolution mean to you today?" Various filmmakers attempt to answer that in this series of compelling shorts.