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Music, religion, grieving, more music, transcendence, hope, memory, faith, soul . Some people need to mourn in private, Aretha had said. Some people ned to mourn with people. She needed to mourn with people.
Shine against your will, indeed.
new album ‘Grit’ is available now
in the middle of a FOMO crisis
she is just gonna get real big
all set-long, poppy hooks abounded
they had the rocking energy of a stadium-worthy band
the Doctor was all in all the way, it was an honor to watch him in action
I can not even wait to hear “Hurry” live
an overwhelming profusion of sounds and vibes
a lineup offering a lot of diversity
Rod can blow you away on a song
4 friends from Staten Island who made a career of comedy!
a bit more modest than last year’s 2-day extravaganza in San Pedro
a Cat Power’s song is always deeply personal, painful and soothing at the same time
Sometimes the sun shines
there is only one Rod The Mod
a sonic duality mixing intimacy and grandiosity
Weezer and Pixies are at The Forum on Wednesday
Yoshiki Named Advisor to Japan House to strengthen cultural exchange between Japan and the world.
Whether you like her music or not, she is an engaging performer
So God is just like zero hero Billy?
School Night had a lot to offer in one single night
‘The summer tour has been incredible’
Also Scheduled to Play Select Scallywag!
There is an overwhelming amount of new bands to discover every day
America has never been cooler
Dwight Yoakam is at the Greek Theatre on Thursday
the band expedited the tunes with a raw urgency
a must see if only to help you remember exactly what you hate
the fury only came from Emily’s voice
it was like the Jews leaving Egypt
gasoline is obviously running in frontgirl Jenna Talia’s veins
R U Mine?
a good place to discover new bands
Degraw Fest as a way to share the music being recorded at Degraw Sound
he smiled at us and said ‘I am working!’
a sound way beyond their very young ages
Wu-Tang Clan are at the Shrine Expo Hall on Friday
band by band maybe better than Gov Ball
He was as terrifying as he was funny
all politics are sublimated in the female gaze of love
Gabriel is a messenger of hope for our difficult times
not quite as good
The American cool comes to New York City
Every song just flowed
his desire to confuse and entertain people with his ‘pagan gospel’.
heavy on the funk
The afternoon/evening was filled with performances by emerging artists