They Might Be Giants

Sparks At The Hollywood Bowl, Sunday July 16th 2023

By Alyson Camus | July 18, 2023

“What an absolute thrill to be here tonight!”

L.A. Burning, West Coast Concert Picks April 10th To 16th

By Alyson Camus | April 8, 2023

John Oates (of Hall & Oates) at the Grammy Museum

Going Steady: New Singles 6-4-21 – 6-10-21 Reviewed

By Iman Lababedi | June 9, 2021

witty and satiric


By Alyson Camus | February 24, 2018

On Sunday 4th, second day of Air + Style 2018 at Exposition Park with Phoenix, Gucci Mane…

Not With The Band: Why So Many Famous Scientists In Pop Songs?

By Alyson Camus | December 30, 2014

Albert Einstein is truly part of our pop culture and figures in many songs as expected: They Might Be Giants’ ‘The World’s Address’, Landscape‘s ‘Einstein A Go-Go’, Counting Crows’ ‘Einstein on the Beach’, Jimmy Buffett’s ‘Einstein was a Surfer’ Bob Dylan’s ‘Desolation Row’, and even Kelly Clarkson’s ‘Einstein’… so weird!

Not With The Band: When A Song Makes Us Think More Than Usual

By Alyson Camus | January 7, 2014

So far no supersymmetric particles have been discovered, but it is a very convenient love imagery not unlike the Greek philosophers’ idea of the quest to find our lost half. It’s also very seducing that, interestingly, we may never know if these superpartners exist

Let’s Have a Good Cry – A Dozen Weeper Keepers

By Steve Crawford | December 20, 2013

On Thursday afternoons, rock nyc has its“Good Cry” meeting, where we discuss our lost loves, crushed dreams, and any terminal illnesses we might have. I once excitedly started the meeting by stating that my son had aced his college final in International Relations and Helen Bach backhanded me from Manhattan to Brooklyn. My jaw hurt, but the pizza was still good