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Big Wild – I Just Wanna

Foreign Family Collective’s Big Wild kicks off 2017 with his new single “I Just Wanna”. After a phenomenal 2016 year, we are super excited about his recent Invincible tour and upcoming EP announcements! This new track is off the EP and...Show More Summary

Reaction NYE 2017 Review

React Presents closed out 2016 with another memorable event! The locals congregated to the Donald E. Stevens Convention Center to play and dance at Reaction NYE despite winter being in full swing, and they kicked off 2017 with great music. Show More Summary

REVIEW: SPC ECO’s “Anomalies”

Anomalies (Saint Marie) shows a nice programming of musicianship and songwriting from Dean Garcia and Rose Berlin, the two behind SPC ECO. If the music on their previous album was meant to say “hello, you may be familiar with us or our name so we’d like to introduce yourself”, this album is meant to be […]

REVIEW: Power Cowards’ “Despair In Parallel”

It is something I’ve said for years but I’ve been a fan of the extended play recording for a long time. If you’re someone who is unsure whether or not people will handle an album for you, cut things in half and only release half the amount of music that is normally set for an […]

REVIEW: Tom Teasley’s “Eastern Journey”

Tom Teasley’s Eastern Journey (self-released) is an album that is a compilation of jazz and worldly sounds but don’t expect to hear things lean on the jazz side. Teasley is, according to the back cover, the world percussionist of the year and he explores some of his influences on the album by playing eferything from […]

Janelle Monáe, The National, Tegan & Sara, Michael Stipe, more attend Women’s March

Plus: Alicia Keys, Pearl Jam, Radiohead's Nigel Godrich, Grimes, Sleater-Kinney's Carrie Brownstein, HAIM, and Yeah Yeah Yeahs' Karen O.

Sundance Film Review: Landline

An unfocused but often touching look at family and relationships in the mid-'90s.

Sundance Film Review: Colossal

A different kind of giant monster movie, with a striking pair of performances at its center.

RIP: Maggie Roche of The Roches

From a post by Suzzy Roche on The Roches’s Facebook page (via Pitchfork): Friends, my dear, beautiful sister Maggie passed away today after a long struggle with cancer. She was a private person, too sensitive and shy for this world, but brimming with life, love, and talent. Show More Summary

Robert Earl Keen, Todd Snider Get Portland Feelin’ Good Again (SHOW REVIEW)

Portland, Oregon was treated to a double feature of storytelling singer/songwriting powerhouses Wednesday night when Todd Snider and Robert Earl Keen played Revolution Hall. Snider, coming off the fall release of his rock n’ roll party...Show More Summary

Pinegrove Share New Live Album Elsewhere: Listen

Pinegrove have released a new live album, Elsewhere. They’ve shared it on their Bandcamp as a pay-what-you-want download, with all proceeds going to the Southern Poverty Law Center, a non-profit organization that battles racial and social injustice. Show More Summary

Listen to Tim Heidecker (Tim & Eric)’s New Song About Richard Spencer Getting Punched in the Face

Richard Spencer is a white nationalist who helps lead the alt-right—a movement that embraces an ideology of white nationalism. Yesterday he got punched in the face on live TV while talking about the symbolism of Pepe the Frog. Now, Tim Heidecker (of Tim & Eric) has shared a new song about the incident. Show More Summary

Michael Stipe, Yoko Ono, Jeff Tweedy, Grimes, More Participate in Women’s Marches

Today, a ton of people took part in the Women’s March on Washington and its sister marches around the world. A wide variety of artists joined in, including Michael Stipe, Yoko Ono, Grimes, Ed Droste, Britt Daniel, Karen O, Deakin, Bat...Show More Summary

NYC Women's March in pics

NYC protestors carried signs ranging from pussy puns to Beyonce lyrics. The march, which ran from around Grand Central Station to Trump Tower, had people of all ages and all genders coming together. Continue reading…

REVIEW: Cotton Mather’s “Death Of The Cool”

Crafty pop seems to be something either people are hungry for are artists are hoping to push to a public that deserve to hear it again, and Death Of The Cool (Star Apple Kingdom) is a new album by Cotton Mather, a band who are into making the kind of music that sounds as warm […]

REVIEW: Blue Jeans’ “Songs Are Easy”

The type of pop/rock found on Blue Jeans’ Songs Are Easy (Jigsaw) sounds like something straight out of the early 1980’s, with teh kind of passion that fits a specific time period. Tracks like “Make Up || Make Up” and “False Start” reminds me of some of the classic gems by The Vaselines and I […]

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