Concert Reviews

Wolf Parade Stay Sharp and Triumphant in Portland (SHOW REVIEW)

Indie rock fans rejoiced in 2016 when Canadian cult favorites Wolf Parade announced their return to the stage and the studio after going on hiatus in 2011. While each of the band members have racked ...

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Railroad Earth Balance Long Jams and Bluegrass Picking in Portland (SHOW REVIEW/PHOTOS)

Who would’ve thought that one of the top bluegrass acts to emerge in the last two decades would hail from New Jersey? While their home state may be more synonymous with all American rockers like the ...

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Gov’t Mule Kicks off New Years Run at Atlantic City’s Borgata (SHOW REVIEW)

Gov’t Mule made their return to Atlantic City with a batch of “old school” Mule. And even though they were playing at the Borgata Events Center, the carpeted floors made it feel like the show ...

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Phish Makes Triumphant Return To MSG With Light Textures & Deep Grooves (SHOW REVIEW)

Phish returned to Madison Square Garden (MSG) in downtown New York City last night to kick off their annual four-show holiday run. Billed jokingly as their triumphant return to the hallowed arena, after their historic ...

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The Best and Worst at Day For Night 2017 (FESTIVAL REVIEW)

As a native Houstonian, it is a strange feeling to have an event in our city considered the paradigm of ‘cool’. Sure, Houston has incredible museums, an expansive ethnic food offering, and is home to ...

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Metz Unleash Pulsating Noise Rock on Austin (SHOW REVIEW)

A Metz appearance in Austin is like Christmas come early for dissonant rock enthusiasts in town, of which there are many. An army of black-clad testosteroned adolescents, long-haired metal vets, and discerning bespectacled hipsters all ...

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Whitechapel and Carnifex Conjure Slamming Riffage and Crushing Breakdowns in Austin (SHOW REVIEW)

Coming just in time at the end of 2017, Whitechapel hopped on the bandwagon and embarked on their very own 10 year anniversary tour to celebrate their debut album, The Somatic Defilement. Though such anniversary ...

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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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Warren Haynes 29th Annual Christmas Jam Triumphs With TAB, Mule, Marcus King & Les Bros (SHOW REVIEW/PHOTOS)

With an unexpectedly strong winter storm covering much of western NC, fans and artists alike had an eventful time making their way to Asheville for the 29th iteration of Warren Haynes’ Christmas Jam. Friday was ...

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Bully Deliver Fiery Grunge Rock Performance in Austin (SHOW REVIEW)

Alicia Bognanno, lead singer of Bully, is a manifestation of the spirit of 90’s grunge rock personified in a youthful and determined frontwoman. The voice of Courtney Love, the appeal of Cobain, and the studio ...

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