Trixie Whitley

Kid Koala Announces New LP Feat. Trixie Whitley Out 1/25 via Arts & Crafts + Shares “All For You” w/ BrooklynVegan

By admin | November 30, 2018

a sprawling 70 minutes of transportive music

Be Here Now: New Albums reviewed 2-5-16 – 2-11-16

By Iman Lababedi | February 5, 2016

Where it leads to is the deepest of emotional black holes, a place so quiet it is ineluctable, and ends up just being the sound of blue piano keys, secretively

Active Viewin': rock nyc Concert Picks Week Of April 7th, 2014

By Iman Lababedi | April 6, 2014

First, I couldn’t care less about the “Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame” and even if I did I would have my doubts here: Peter Gabriel, Cat Stevens, Linda Ronstadt, Hall & Oates, Nirvana, the E Street Band, Brian Epstein and Andrew Loog Oldham. Particularly since Kurt is dead and Linda is ill. And I don’t really consider Cat Stevens rock and roll by any stretch of the lexicon. But the chance to see Cat perform? I couldn’t be more excited. Thursday at Barclay Center.

Best Concerts Through October 31st, 2013

By Iman Lababedi | November 1, 2013

ARMS – Studio At Webster Hall, Tuesday, October 15th, 2013 – Todd Goldstein is a one band except he has a full band and they take the stage to a soundscape indie rock of power and beauty and a smart sound you would do well to listen to.

Best Concerts Through September 30th, 2013

By Iman Lababedi | October 2, 2013

This is the sort of meeting of a subculture defined by so many failed attempts to reunite in a moment and also extened the moment into the present. The moment was the Lower east Side in the late 1970s, and the extension was musical and triumphant.

rock nyc Top 10 Songs Week Of 9-23-13

By Iman Lababedi | September 29, 2013

Except for Nirvana, every song here was released in the past week or two, and of all ten songs 6 are mainstream as mainstream can be, so what this proves is that bubbling under the surface of Billboard charts

Hear Ye On Spotify: what rock nyc is listening to 9-27-13

By Iman Lababedi | September 26, 2013

This is a swirl of modern blues, poppier than her earlier stuff? Well, certainly faster than we’re used to, the arrangement includes what sounds like a drum machine, and, wow, back up singers. Trixie has already left Four Corners in her review mirror – B+