Eddie Harsch, former keyboard member of The Black Crowes and most recently of The Magpie Salute who are scheduled to perform their first run of shows in January died this morning
Hacksaw Ridge presents a nuance portrait of faith amidst a hellish backdrop that doesn’t discount enjoyment from a secular audience.
Strong performance can’t overshadow a script that does little justice to the obviously important subject matter.
Joan Armatrading is a performer who needs little introduction. The three-time Grammy nominee has released numerous albums over a career spanning forty years, earning a devoted cult following in the process.
The Marvel path is all too famliar, but as Doctor Strange shows there’s still some magic up their sleeves.
The fourth album from Brooklyn-based This Frontier Needs Heroes, Real Job, is comprised of esteemed songwriter Brad Loretta and friends. Like their previous album Hooky, the duo brought in a handful of talented
Plenty of people go to see bands when they come through their town, but most people don’t think about everything that it takes to get those bands to their favorite
[rating=8.00] The jazz-fusion singer Katini reimagines standards as soulful R&B covers and releases rock-inspired originals on Gone, her debut album, released this week on the indie label One Trick Dog
[rating=7.00] The Iceage frontman, Elias Bender Rønnenfelt, has always brought forth a sense of bleakness to his work, so to see his previously envisioned solo project Marching Church in the