BY Susan in Music Stuff on Jun 28, 2010 |
(photo of the marquee at The (gorgeous!) Wellmont Theatre in NJ)
She's a bitch, she's a lover she's a child' she's a mother, and she is back and better than ever.Courtney's new face and revamped Hole lineup shredded the Wellmont Theater with no remorse last Friday night in Montclair New Jersey. It's safe to say that the coveted queen hot mess cleans up real nice playing a strong set of classic Hole favorites like " Miss World", "Doll Parts" and "Violet" ... Read More
BY Kelly McClure in Music Stuff on Jun 26, 2010 |
It's fun to imagine our favorite musical artists having their own favorite musical artists, and who those might be. Sometimes, while listening to albums, I create supergroups in my brain and think of how awesome it would be if the artists who create the soundtrack for my days and nights got together to share a stage. It would be, well, anyway ... what I'm trying to say here is that Thao Nguyen (Thao With the Get Down Stay Down,) and Mirah have discovered that they ... Read More
BY Nissa in Music Stuff on Jun 25, 2010 |
Holy crap. If you have not heard up and coming, indie songwriter Emily Jane White yet you need to head to her website and check her out. Now. If you’re a sucker for female voices like Jolie Holland, Edith Piaf, Cat Power, Hope Sandoval or Shannon Wright you will love Emily Jane White.
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Almost three years ago I was heading to the San Fran International Airport just lolly-gagging through Potrero Hill ... Read More
BY Alison Berry in Music Stuff on Jun 23, 2010 |
So, wanna do something fun this Thursday evening?
Check out CrushFEST at Public Assembly. The event features Big Freedia (who was featured in the 2010 Men We Love issue!) and Rusty Lazer, along with many other fine musical artists for you to enjoy.
Tickets are available here for $15 advanced tickets. Woo!
For more info click to the Facebook event page.
Now for your viewing pleasure:BIG FREEDIA from VIDEOTHING.COM on ... Read More
BY Nissa in Music Stuff on Jun 23, 2010 |
It’s been three years since the seven piece (plus guests) Canadian ensemble Arcade Fire toured the United States. Which is ironic because they seem so, well, American. When Arcade Fire released Neon Bible in 2007 they ended up articulating an image of disenchantment so real to Americans it hurt. Delivered with the hollow, melodic voice of vocalist Win Butler and accompanied by the soulful droning of a church organ and the metallic lick of string ... Read More