Billy & the Kids don’t aim to reproduce Grateful Dead’s sound, with the players pushing the envelope in tone and attack to give the band a more modern sound.
Phish’s dazzling sonic alchemy in the improvisational second set shows why the Vermont tone scientists remain at the cutting edge of what live music can be.
There’s a historic vibe in the air of going down the “Golden Road” to the origins of the Grateful Dead in Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros Trio’s show in San Francisco.
Grateful Dead icon Bob Weir celebrates his 75th birthday with three jam-packed nights at the Warfield Theater with his cosmic cowboy band the Wolf Bros.
Bob Weir and the Wolf Bros. are a new framework for interpreting the Grateful Dead that’s more interested in the true essence of the music.
For those who enjoy jazz improvisation, jam-rock, or ambient electronics, Anteloper’s Pink Dolphins has a lot to like, including Jeff Parker’s production.
Dopapod is another fabulous creation solidifying Dopapod’s complex yet calming and colorful stylistic approach. It’s an energizing, imaginative, and stylish LP.