Articles by: Shawn Donohue

Reenergized Hold Steady Own Brooklyn Bowl Friday Night (SHOW REVIEW)

“Some nights it’s just a crush, and some night’s it’s bloodlust,” wrote Craig Finn in his band’s Separation Sunday classic “Stevie Nix.” Some nights it is also a full on party with a band who ...

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A Tribe Called Quest Makes Immense Final Statement With ‘We Got It from Here… Thank You 4 Your Service’

Amazing, one of the greatest hip-hop acts of all time secretly record an album (their first in 18 years) after reuniting because they were inspired by world events. Unfortunate, one of the founding members passes ...

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Metallica Play It Safe In Patented Style On ‘Hardwired… To Self Destruct (ALBUM REVIEW)

 A new album from the metal overlords is an odd thing these days. There is no questioning Metallica is one of the biggest bands in the world in any genre, selling out football stadiums from ...

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Brownout Presents ‘Brown Sabbath Vol. II’ Delivers Doom, Crunch & Riffs In Cosmic New Light (ALBUM REVIEW)

The Austin, TX based eight piece Latin funk/psychedelic rock collective Brownout loves to play dress up and this year for the Halloween season they released their second collection of Black Sabbath covers with their cosmic ...

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The Dean Ween Group Covers All The Eccentric Bases on ‘The Deaner Album’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

When the main group in Mickey “Dean Ween” Melchiondo’s life went on hiatus, he stopped playing his beloved six string for over a year. That period of mourning has now come to an end as ...

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Shovels & Rope Lay Down a Showcase at Bowery Ballroom (SHOW REVIEW)

To celebrate Shovel & Rope’s strongest release of their career, Little Seeds, the duo of Cary Ann Hearst and Michael Trent played three packed shows at NYC’s best venue, Bowery Ballroom, and Wednesday night’s (10/19) ...

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The Musical Mojo of Dr. John: A Celebration of Mac & His Music (ALBUM REVIEW)

On May 3rd, 2014 a host of New Orleans, Country and Rock & Roll royalty walked onto the Saenger Theater stage to pay tribute to the Big Easy’s most famous funky-voodoo, gris-gris shaker, Mac “Dr. ...

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Tedeschi Trucks Band Takes on ZZ Top, Santana, Miles Davis, Leonard Cohen at Beacon Theatre (SHOW REVIEW)

This is the sixth year that the Tedeschi Trucks Band has taken up residency at New York’s Beacon Theater and with every passing year the band simply gets better; moving from a tight (if semi-bland) ...

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Teddy Midnight Keeps On Straight Till Dawn With ‘Velvet Blue’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Are you a live music fan who never wants the night to end, so you head to the after show electro-jam sessions? Then Teddy Midnight’s first release Velvet Blue is the jelly for your biscuit. The ...

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Beach Slang Spit Direct Lyrics and Upbeat Pop Punk On ‘A Loud Bash Of Teenage Feelings’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

The only downside with the title of Beach Slang’s newest effort, A Loud Bash Of Teenage Feelings, is that it is so on point to the group’s sound that it should be saved for an ...

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