Concert Reviews

Ray LaMontagne and Neko Case Balance the Soothing and the Soaring in Austin (SHOW REVIEW)

A sweltering night in June would provide the backdrop for an intimate performance by Ray LaMontagne and Neko Case, who hit Austin on June 9. While Circuit of the Americas is a world-class venue, the ...

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The Northside Music and Innovation Festival Celebrates Emerging Artists Nixon Mask, Shana Falana, BODEGA & More (FESTIVAL RECAP)

The Northside Music and Innovation Festival kicked off its music schedule on Thursday night. June 7th. It may have seemed like any early Thursday evening in Williamsburg, with residents and outsiders pouring out of the ...

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Rachael Price and Lake Street Dive Give New LP ‘Free Yourself Up’ Plenty of Love in Tahoe (SHOW REVIEW/PHOTOS)

Rachael Price’s jazzy, blue-eyed soul vocal has always been the glue that binds the poppy riffs of Boston’s Lake Street Dive.   On June 2nd at the Montbleu Resort and Casino in Stateline, NV the ...

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Governors Ball 2018: Eminem Jack White, Tash Sultana, Glitch Mob -Rock & Shake Randall’s Island (FESTIVAL RECAP/PHOTOS)

If you were in New York City this past weekend, there was a battle going on. You may not have noticed it, but rest assured there was a war being waged on Randall’s Island at ...

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Ben Harper and Charlie Musselwhite Display Cross-Generational Dynamic At Higher Ground (SHOW REVIEW)

Although not an officially sanctioned presentation of Burlington Discover Jazz, the two nights of Ben Harper and Charlie Musselwhite in Higher Ground’s Ballroom served as the missing link to the blues for the annual ten-day ...

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Yo La Tengo Go From Quiet to Loud With Two Sprawling Sets in Portland (SHOW REVIEW)

New Jersey band Yo La Tengo have maintained a cult following for well over two decades with their mellow and dreamy rock. Interestingly, in recent years the band has gotten even bigger as new audiences ...

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Roots Picnic 2018: The Roots Get Rained Out, While Lil Uzi Vert, BadBadNotGood, Sun Ra Shine (FESTIVAL REVIEW)

After over a decade of successful Roots Picnics, the law of probability says something will go south. No sooner had Dave Chappelle introduced our hosts, the legendary Roots Crew, did the sky open up and ...

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Jack White Hits For The Rock Cycle at Cooperstown’s Ommegang Brewery (SHOW REVIEW)

Jack White’s Boarding House Reach tour stopped in Upstate New York on Sunday, May 27th of Memorial Day weekend and while the constant rains made for a cold and muddy night, the guitar work, excellent ...

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Fleet Foxes Bring Deeply-Echoed Tones of Ancient Church Choirs To Shelburne Museum (SHOW REVIEW)

Roughly a half-hour before the end of Fleet Foxes near two-hour set at Shelburne Museum on May 26th, the band left the stage to its leader, Robin Pecknold, who shortly thereafter, in his inimitably delicate ...

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David Byrne Delivers Powerful, Innovative Performance in Portland (SHOW REVIEW)

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It would be easy for David Byrne to rest on his laurels and dabble in music here and there. His Talking Heads catalogue alone is enough to keep fans happy forever, and his mere presence ...

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