Articles by: Maeri Ferguson

Tristen Revs Up Wide Ranging Performance at Brooklyn’s Union Pool (SHOW REVIEW)

Longtime fans of Nashville singer-songwriter Tristen Gaspadarek were treated to a wide-ranging live set at a recent show at Brooklyn’s Union Pool. On the heels of her fizzy 2017 release Sneaker Waves, Tristen might have ...

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Erika Wennerstrom Wins Over The Brooklyn Bowl In Support of Drive-By Truckers (SHOW REVIEW)

Smiles were plentiful last Thursday night (3/29) at Brooklyn Bowl when Erika Wennerstrom performed her stellar opening set for the Drive-By Truckers. In the first night of two shows in a row, Wennerstrom and her ...

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Naked Giants Sift Through Vintage Rock Eras On Debut LP ‘SLUFF’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

When I first saw the Naked Giants’ frenetic shredding onstage a few months back, it felt like capturing lightning in a bottle. Their performance was youthful and wild like they were making it up as ...

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I’m With Her (Watkins, Jarosz, O’Donovan) Dazzles at New York City’s Town Hall (SHOW REVIEW)

On a particularly chilly Thursday evening (3/15)  last week, there may as well have been a cozy, blazing hearth inside New York City’s Town Hall thanks to the vibe created by the performance of supergroup ...

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Loma (Jonathan Meiburg/Shearwater) Cast a Dreamy Haze on Self Titled Debut (ALBUM REVIEW)

Creating something exquisite can require so many factors to serendipitously fall into place and fit just right. Right location, right time, right inspiration, right atmosphere. That was the case when three musicians came together to ...

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Ruby Boots Proves Self Assured Powerhouse On ‘Don’t Talk About It’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Mind the sparks that will no doubt pop from your speakers like little fireworks when you hear opening track “It’s So Cruel” off Ruby Boots’ new record Don’t Talk About It. It is an electrifying ...

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Ty Segall Refuses To Be Pinned Down On Engaging ‘Freedom Goblin’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Ty Segall has been a bat out of hell since he first came on the scene a decade ago, and he’s shown no signs of slowing down, releasing at least one studio record a year ...

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Jessica Lea Mayfield Hits Brooklyn’s Baby’s All Right In Support of 2017’s Stellar ‘Sorry is Gone’ (SHOW REVIEW)

It’s been a long road for Jessica Lea Mayfield, from her early days in a family band to her evolution as an indie rocker backed by Dan Auerbach, and now at the start of a ...

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The Weather Station Showcases New Self Assured Sound at Rough Trade (SHOW REVIEW)

At one of The Weather Station’s live shows in early 2016, audiences were treated to one of the quietest shows they’d probably ever experienced. Tamara Lindemann had just released Loyalty in 2015, and her performance ...

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Lukas Nelson and Promise of the Real & Nikki Lane Bring Petty Covers & Confidence To Music Hall of Williamsburg (SHOW REVIEW)

He may have been born with one foot in the door (being Willie Nelson’s son and all), but Lukas Nelson is one of the hardest working performers you’ll ever seen on stage. On tour for ...

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