Concert Reviews

SXSW 2017 Wraps With Rock And Roll, Zydeco, Blues And More (REVIEW/PHOTOS)

The final official day of SXSW often has one reflecting on the past week and the event as a whole with the few brain cells left. Before getting into any of the music (there was ...

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The Revolution, Waco Brothers, Hurray For The Riff Raff Among Day 4 Highlights of SXSW 2017 (REVIEW/PHOTOS)

By the fourth day of SXSW you’re usually moving at a slow crawl. Your feet and legs hurt, and your mind is fried from hangovers, lack of sleep, and overstimulation. But yet you continue, because SXSW ...

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Valerie June, Brent Cobb, Margo Price and More Gather At Willie Nelson’s Ranch For Luck Reunion on Day 3 of SXSW 2017 (REVIEW/PHOTOS)

At times SXSW can feel like a beautiful mess, a dance of chaos that is inevitable when the cultural universe convenes on one city. All of this is good, of course, but if you’re tackling ...

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Bash & Pop, Daddy Long Legs, Paul Cauthen And More Shine on Day 2 of SXSW 2017 (REVIEW/PHOTOS)

With hundreds of bands to choose from, some people have a hard time picking the best place to spend the day. Jumping around is an option and can lead to new discoveries, but so can ...

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31st SXSW Blasts Off With The Pretenders, Ron Gallo, Hamish Anderson and More (REVIEW/PHOTOS)

The music portion SXSW festival hadn’t officially started on Monday night but that didn’t stop hungry musicians and fans from congregating across Austin, Texas to partake in the festivities of the 31st edition of the ...

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After the Burial and Emmure Give Austin Heavy Dose of Deathcore (SHOW REVIEW)

Even though it wasn’t technically part of South by Southwest, deathcore heavyweights Emmure and After the Burial essentially kicked off the music portion of the festival Sunday night for many with rip roaring sets at ...

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Green Day Reawaken Arena Rock Glory Days In Duluth, GA (SHOW REVIEW)

Almost three decades have passed since Green Day first began channeling their teen angst through rock n roll. The band’s latest album Revolution Radio reflects their infectious joy for life while addressing social awareness.  On ...

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The Flaming Lips Take Old Shtick and Make It Current At Boston’s House of Blues (SHOW REVIEW)

“Never doubt that fucking rainbow,” frontman Wayne Coyne told his Boston audience following a spaced out jam under an inflatable prism. Coyne and his Heady Fwends brought The Flaming Lips through Boston’s House of Blues ...

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New Orleans’ Soul Rebels Keep it Real & Funky at Brooklyn Bowl (SHOW REVIEW)

At this point, New York City (and particularly the fantastic Brooklyn Bowl) is a second home to the New Orleans-based Soul Rebels Brass Band. The group came into town last weekend and sold out three ...

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Nikki Lane Offers Throwback Over The Top Opry Vibes at Music Hall of Williamsburg (SHOW REVIEW)

Nikki Lane can set fire to a stage, and she did just that on March 2nd at Music Hall of Williamsburg as part of Highway Queen tour. On the tails of her new record, also ...

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