TAUK and Papadosio Groove At Terminal West In Atlanta, 11/22

For the second night in a row, Terminal West sold out for Papadosio—with Saturday night's billing supported by TAUK and Asian Teacher Factory. Arriving early, I could tell it would be a packed ho[...]

Jamie Jones Plays Verboten, 11/21

Just one day after announcing that both Jamie Jones and Verboten would be curating stages at next summer's Mysteryland festival in upstate New York, the two techno heavyweights joined forces, coming t[...]

John Butler Warms Up The Cap With A Stellar Performance, 11/20

(Photos By Corey Regensburger) An unseasonable cold Thursday November 20, 2014 was pleasantly warmed up, as John Butler Trio took the stage at the legendry Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY.  As a[...]

Funkin' Around In Florida: Musical Highlights From Bear Creek

Bear Creek is widely known as a truly unique and special festival community. There is a reason people tend to go back year after year, and we found this to be highly justified. First and foremost, it [...]

Fitz And The Tantrums Rock The House of Blues In Boston, 11/16

Fitz and the Tantrums came to Boston this weekend for a pair of back to back shows at the House Of Blues, in Fenway’s silent shadow. The opener, Big Data, got the crowd warmed up and involved, playi[...]


Dangermuffin- Songs For The Universe [Review]

With the release of their fifth album, Songs For The Universe, Folly Beach, SC natives Dangermuffin have delivered their most mature and concept-oriented album to date. A 17-track mix of electric and acoustic instrumentation, rock, country, blues and even some salsa, Dangermuffin continues to explore new moods and themes, all the while staying loyal to their coastal roots, making them one of the most entertaining trios around. In an interview with the Charleston City Paper frontman/guitarist [...]

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BIG Something - Truth Serum [Album Review]

One of North Carolina’s most promising, up-and-coming bands, BIG Something, is kind of a BIG deal.  Formed in 2009, this colorful sextet has been steadily gaining popularity up and down the East C [...]

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Pink Floyd - The Endless River [Review]

The Endless River is the 15th, and supposedly final, record from the legendary Pink Floyd, created as a posthumous tribute to the late Richard Wright, the band’s long time keyboardist. David Gilmour [...]

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Dopapod - Never Odd Or Even [Review]

Futuristic rock group Dopapod is at it again, playing masterful music on their fifth palindromic album release, Never Odd or Even. The album highlights the Northeast band's ability as songwriters, dro [...]

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Foo Fighters - Sonic Highways [Review]

Unless you’ve been living on Mars while wearing earplugs and blinders, then you’re probably aware that the Foo Fighters have a new album out entitled Sonic Highways. In fact, no album in recent me [...]

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