Recent News
Pearl Jam’s ‘Let’s Play Two’ Extended Screening Opportunity on October 25 for Devotees

Forty-five minutes of never-before-seen footage from Pearl Jam's Let's Play Two will be previewed at special events presented by Sonos.

READ more
X Ambassadors’ Cayuga Sound Fest Breaks Ground In Ithaca Saturday

The Roots, Margaret Glaspy, K. Flay and more join X Ambassadors for their inaugural Cayuga Sound Fest on September 23rd.

READ more
The Meadows Festival to Bring Gorillaz, M.I.A., Run the Jewels and More to NYC

The Meadows Festival returns to NYC to close out the summer festival season (September 15-17) with a lineup that gravitates towards hip-hop.

READ more
Budapest’s Sziget Festival to Celebrate Its 25th Anniversary in Style

What always truly set Sziget apart from other comparable events, is its soul and the genuine intent to keep artistic and social discourse alive.

READ more
Revisiting Protest Songs of Yore, Americana Musicians Build Upon, and Add to, Canon

Anthony D'Amato and River Whyless tackle classic protest songs while recently reunited The Mammals address cultural divisions with a new tune.

READ more
U2 at Soldier Field: Still Searching for Answers at ‘Joshua Tree’

U2 made The Joshua Tree sound less like a finished work, a monument from a long-lost decade, than a series of songs still in search of answers.

READ more
Governors Ball Marks the Start of New York’s Music Month and Summer Festival Season

The 2017 Governors Ball Music Festival promises fans the chance to hear new music from Phoenix, Lorde, and many more.

READ more
U2 Finds a Modern Relevance in Performing Their 1987 Album, ‘The Joshua Tree’

What Bono couldn’t have known back then was how “Red Hill Mining Town,” about coal miners on the edge of obsolescence, would still resonate.

READ more
Goldfrapp Offer Up a Dance Party at Brooklyn Steel

Goldfrapp turned Brooklyn Steel into a hot and sticky dance party for two nights.

READ more
Stagecoach Festival Proves It Rides in the Shadow of Coachella No More

Stagecoach has grown from a scrappy, smaller, countrified answer to Coachella when promoter Goldenvoice launched it in 2007 to what last year was the fifth-highest-grossing music festival of any kind.

READ more
More Recent Articles
//Mixed media
//Blogs

NYFF 2017: 'Mudbound'

// Notes from the Road

"Dee Rees’ churning and melodramatic epic follows two families in 1940s Mississippi, one black and one white, and the wars they fight abroad and at home.

READ the article