Two clicks of the drumsticks and a machine-gun snare fill and Altın Gün are off, guitars blazing over a propulsive rhythm section like a car barrelling at high speed down
After a few years off Michael Dorf’s “Music Of…” concert series returned to New York’s Carnegie Hall last week for one of its biggest nights yet – The Music of Paul McCartney
Weyes Blood brought her “In Holy Flux” Tour to New York last weekend for a sold-out two-night stand at East Williamsburg staple Brooklyn Steel.
U.S. Girls, the experimental art-pop project of Toronto-based musician Meg Remy, has never been easy to pin down; shifting and evolving their sound with each album while Remy explores and toys with the nature and content of pop songwriting
Australian psychedelic outfit Pond is no stranger to the stage, but as their music has morphed and shifted over the years so too has their presence as a live band.
Hot on the heels of the release of their fifth studio album, this month’s Love Songs For Losers, Americana outfit The Lone Bellow rolled through their old stomping grounds Sunday night for a powerful show at New York’s Webster Hall on November 13th.
On Tuesday night (11/15) Magdalena Bay stopped through New York for their largest headline performance yet, a sold-out show at longtime Greenwich Village staple Webster Hall that brought in an eclectic crowd.
On Changes, King Gizzard’s fifth and final record of 2022, the band proves that they also know when to let one of those ideas marinate.
Continuing to tour the U.S. on the back of this month’s The Organic Album, the group’s fifth studio record, they brought their traveling party to New York City’s Bowery Ballroom on Thursday for a loose night of catchy tunes and more than a little boogieing.
Not even a week removed from their last album King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard are back with Laminated Denim