Last week, Afroman released a new remix to his 14-year-old single, "Because I Got High," in support of the legalization of marijuana. This week, he played to a sold out show at Hangar 9 in the college[...]
[Photos by Cody Deel] With a die-hard army of fans spreading across the globe, Bonobo has built up a reputation for himself for his DJ sets, as well as his shows with his live band. Last Friday night[...]
A couple of weeks ago, I had the pleasure of interviewing Pink Talking Fish bassist Eric Gould. Even then, Gould was getting excited just talking about his band's upcoming performance of Dark Side Of [...]
STS9 at Best Buy Theater - New York City 10/17/2014 With the departure of founding member and bassist Dave Murphy in January of this year, leaving many fans in disbelief and wondering about the band's[...]
The Acoustic, in Bridgeport, CT, hosted what can only be described as a hard rocking funk fueled dance party this past Friday, October 10th. The beat behind Soulive and countless other musical endeavo[...]
Music lovers everywhere will soon be mourning the loss of one of New York City's most loved and biggest concert venue's, Roseland Ballroom. Although the reason has yet to be released to the public, and both Roseland and Live Nation have refused to speak on behalf of the topic, the venue is definitely set to close in April 2014, apparent in an email between owner Larry Ginsberg and executives at Live Nation that later got released to Billboard.com.
Being the venue known to host the biggest artists, from Nirvana and Radiohead in the 90′s to more recent EDM artists such as Pretty Lights and Big Gigantic, the closing has come as a shock to both attenders of the venue as well as the artists that planned to play or had previously played on its stage. From its original roots as a dance club in 1919 to its later use as an ice rink and now its current reputation as one of the most fun and largest capacity holding concert venues in the city, Roseland will always be remembered as the most multifunctional and iconic venues in New York City.
All sadness put aside, we expect nothing less from our beloved stage on 52nd street than to host the best and most memorable shows in its last few months and end with a bang, for as music legend Neil Young was said, "It's better to burn out than to fade away."
None of the top 10 reasons we love to hate Kanye West compares to what happened last Friday night in Sydney, Australia, when Mr. West literally stopped his show to criticize two fans for not standing [...]
Howard Stern sent one of his correspondents, Wolfie, out to a Phish parking lot prior to one of their summer shows. Wolfie interviewed a number of fans, just outside of The Mann in Philadelphia, and t [...]
A few months ago, former Grateful Dead guitarist Bob Weir abruptly cancelled all of his tour dates without any specified reason, causing waves of concern throughout Deadhead communities. The only pe [...]
We could give some background here, but we'll let the YouTube video description from Casey Sanders do the talking on this one: "I showed up to my stand to bow hunt on Thursday October the 2nd and h [...]
The pairing of Papadosio with Lotus for an end-of-summer musical celebration at Red Rocks just made sense. Both bands, in addition to opening DJ group Orchard Lounge, played with palpable energy and p [...]
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 [...]
Imelda May and her band took up shop at The Paramount on September 28th, fresh on the heels of the release of her new album, Tribal. The Irish Rockabilly Invasion has left no doubt that the hearts, [...]
Throughout his 15 year career, San Francisco’s Bassnectar has played countless music festivals, toured as frequently as possible and rocked sold out stadiums across America. But, up until last Satur [...]
We're about to embark on the road with our favorite funk powerhouse, Lettuce, hitting cities all over the US - from Austin to Nashville to NYC and many in between! Throughout the tour, the boys will b [...]
We had an absolute blast at this year's Catskill Chill. From the friendly and helpful staff, to the top notch musical acts and tribute sets from many genres, to the "chill" environment all around, th [...]
Gene Simmons recently made headlines by declaring "rock is finally dead" in an interview in Esquire. Never mind that the interview was conducted by Gene's son Nick Simmons, but the KISS icon couldn't [...]
It seems that whenever we post an article about Led Zeppelin, music fans are quick to point out the band's history of ripping off old blues musicians without properly crediting them. While blues music [...]
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