We are not exactly talking about middle-class families
Posts Tagged: Phoebe Bridgers
a media world that doesn’t want to touch Ryan Adams’ new album
looks surreal after a year of isolation
We are first visual animals
It cannot be a coincidence
‘Unless you shake hands and send gifts’
it already gets a new look and a fresh new take
‘democratizes and revolutionizes the live music experience’
Plenty of celebrities and musicians are pushing the astrology angle
This is a very eclectic list
they landed in my mailbox these past days
Fiona should have been nominated for Album of the Year
mental health issues hare ashtags followed by millions
It sold over 28K US downloads in one day
shot live at iconic indie stages
‘I just want to explore’
approximately 1% have received 90 percent of listeners’ plays
who else but Phoebe Bridgers could pose for the poster child of this millennial wokeness?
Phoebe Bridgers was a life-altering experience for Conor
‘The lyric used to be, ‘we hate Eric Clapton’
It’s all about staying in a safe place, on a safe subject
When did we get there?
an exercise on numbness
This should not come as a surprise
I hope Phoebe won’t mind me revealing this
The expense is certainly minimal compared to live touring
It would be very weird to see Ryan bumping into Phoebe
My Chemical Romance has a reunion show at the Shrine Expo Hall
How many talented artists do I see in these small clubs every year?
Idles are at the Fonda Theatre on Wednesday
I really wonder where these friends and people are today
strive for supreme healing and ultimate relaxation and you should too
Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers, Lucy Dacus are at the Wiltern on Friday
Jack White: Kneeling at the Anthem D.C. at the Theatre at Ace Hotel on Tuesday
Cigarettes After Sex are at the Ace Hotel on Friday, at the Fonda Theatre on Saturday
A special 3-day Girlschool 2018 at the Bootleg, featuring Shirley Manson
I have seen all these bands this year with a few exceptions
including a rare solo performance by the Radiohead frontman himself.
She drives her garage rock with toughness
Television were on a ‘Marquee Moon’ ride, they almost played the album in its entirety, adding just a few others on the setlist, guiding us through a maze of sophisticated guitar solos and spaced-out sonic convolutions. Their line up may have changed over the years, but Tom Verlaine is still an interesting frontman, tall and thin, he looks young at 65, inspiring coolness and visibly not interested by stage antics.
They were a great surprise with a formidable energy and a lot of soul. I am not using the term soul lightly, despite the cowboy hat on the head of one of the guitarists, they undoubtedly had an old-school rhythm & blues sound, and one of their songs even had a true Sam & Dave vibe. The sax, the horns and the wobbling Hammond were part of their audacious and lively R&B, with an explosive sound and a powerhouse that may have channeled some Springsteen or Joe Cocker gig.