Friday night, a lucky number of ticketholders said goodbye to DARKSIDE - the shortlasted collaboration of electronic artist Nicolas Jaar and guitarist, multi-instrumentalist Dave Harrington. The eve[...]
Wednesday night, NYC's Webster Hall was rocked by the extraterrestrial rock wizard, Ty Segall. With seven solo albums at age 27, and playing live shows like his life depended on it, Ty Segall is the t[...]
When Merriweather Post Pavilion opened its gates this past Saturday, fans feared that the same storms that had disrupted Phases of the Moon Festival in Illinois had rolled east to do the same to All G[...]
Oak Ridge Farm in Arrington, VA once again played host to the second annual LockN' Festival over the past four days. The music was an interlocking tangle of various genres, with each day bringing[...]
Social Distortion formed in Fullerton, Califiornia in 1978, and they have aged like a fine wine. Admission to the show was seemingly a ticket, combined with a dress code consisting of a well worn[...]
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