Tuesday, June 3 2014
The grey, liquid rays may envelop the bodies on stage, but the music, tonight, travels faster than the speed of light.
Thursday, May 22 2014
Holding court at the Bitter End, Bruce Sudano celebrated his NYC homecoming with new songs and an eye towards the future.
Tuesday, May 20 2014
Following a string of shows in Australia and New Zealand, Springsteen returned to the States for a run of shows ending with two sold-out nights at Mohegan Sun.
Friday, May 16 2014
The first-ever Vulture Festival featured book talks, art walks, film screenings and a musical performance from Solange and M.I.A.
Monday, May 12 2014
Grammy-winning, bearded folk singer Ray LaMontagne seemed to be quietly relishing his newfound, extroverted musical persona on stage at New York's Town Hall, even when words seemed to fail him.
Friday, May 9 2014
The group's deep grasp of Americana and classic rock makes Widespread Panic one of the modern music world’s greatest curators of American music history.
Thursday, May 8 2014
News about Nickel Creek's new release A Dotted Line might have been drowned out by the fact the band is back together and celebrating their 25th anniversary.
Tuesday, May 6 2014
The passing time has left the band’s musicianship untouched, so much so that one could be forgiven for occasionally thinking that, outside, on the now dark streets of London, the IRA is still planting car bombs.
Tuesday, April 29 2014
Influences like James Brown, Funkadelic, Maceo Parker and the Meters are just the tip of the iceberg for Lettuce, with various psychedelic and classic rock vibes being mixed in too.
Thursday, April 24 2014
Exploring jazz with the Russell Gunn Quartet, Dionne Farris is clearly in full bloom.
Friday, April 18 2014
Miley Cyrus's performance is not a sexed-up act, but a manifestation of her bad-ass, "female rebel" persona.
Friday, April 11 2014
The wonderful folk-soul-jazz singer plays a classic jazz club at the start of her tour. If only more people were hearing this music!
Monday, March 31 2014
A recap of favorite foods and thoughts from The Village Voice's 'Choice Eats' event.
Thursday, March 27 2014
Shpongle stands out from the crowded EDM scene by remembering the organic rock roots of psychedelic music.
Tuesday, March 25 2014
Arcade Fire, and their split personality the Reflektors, ended the first leg of their 2014 world tour with a party in Connecticut.
Monday, March 24 2014
Eight laptops, more than two dozen musicians, three hours of genre-defying music, and one dynamic performer swimming through a “sea of possibilities”? It must be a Nona Hendryx show.
Friday, March 14 2014
King’s X appears destined to remain an under-the-radar secret for their loyal fans, but no one’s complaining about still getting to see the band up close and personal.
Friday, March 7 2014
The New York Philharmonic's resurrection of Sondheim's Sweeney Todd, starring Bryn Terfel and Emma Thompson, proves to be one of the most delightfully wicked evenings of theater in recent memory.
The dynamic quartet can rock your socks off, but their sound is hard to categorize with its blend of prog-rock riffage, fuzzy blues, Southern soul and melty psychedelia.
Thursday, February 13 2014
The first gig of a tour can sometimes mean the band will sound a bit blunt around the edges, but not even severe jetlag can put a stop to Killswitch Engage.