Phish Dick's Night Three: Ending Summer With A Bang

"The Curtain With" opener. If ever there was a more decisive way to start a musical performance, I don't know what it would be. Easily one of Phish's more intricate compositions, Dick's Sporting Good[...]

Phish Dick's Night One: Trolling With Lushington

[Photo credit: Phish Facebook] Earlier this summer, Rolling Stone asked fans to submit their favorite Phish song for a Readers Poll. Someone on PT must have had a good laugh, because the long-shelved[...]

Summer Set Music Festival: A Midwestern Ravers Dream

Being surrounded by a cloud of fur boots, glitter, and neon tutus only meant one thing: another rendition of the annual Summerset Music Festival (SSMF) in Somerset, WI. The festival boasted four s[...]

What I Learned From Performing At and Attending The Boston Urban Music Festival, 8/24

I had the unique opportunity, pleasure, and privilege of playing with the Berklee J Dilla Ensemble at this year's Boston Urban Music Festival. With seven other talented musicians, together we performe[...]

DJ Fontana Rocks At Westbury: Elvis Spectacular

The Elvis Spectacular set up residence at NYCB Theatre at Westbury on August 23rd, just like the old rock and roll shows that used to pull into town.  Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist winners Cody Ray S[...]



08/28/14



Rubblebucket - Survival Sounds [Album Review]

According to their Facebook page, Rubblebucket is a Brooklyn-based band who describes their sound as visual/visual/visual. For newcomers to the band, this might not make much sense. However, to anyone that has seen the band live or has listened to them since their inception, this description actually seems pretty accurate. What started as just a side-project back in 2007 (originally called Rubblebucket Orchestra) by two music majors from the University of Vermont, Rubblebucket quickly made a na [...]

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Grateful Dead - Dave's Picks Vol. 11 [Wichita 11/17/72]

Between official releases, box sets, and archivist David Lemieux's series "Dave's Picks," the Grateful Dead seem to be releasing more material now than they ever have. Why do they do it? Because we l [...]

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SOJA - Amid The Noise And Haste [Review]

The members of SOJA set the bar very high for themselves with their Billboard topping 2012 endeavor, Strength to Survive. Their latest effort, Amid the Noise and Haste, demonstrates that SOJA has clea [...]

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08/19/14



Jamfather Gems 4: Creedence Clearwater Revival - Willie and the Poor Boys [Classic Review]

The dog days of summer on the Bayou. Flies are buzzing, turkey vultures circle slowly, and the humidity leaves you virtually inert. Your eyes are closed against the sweltering sun, praying for a breez [...]

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Old Crow Medicine Show - Remedy [Album Review]

Since their 2012 release Carry Me Back, Old Crow Medicine Show has been doing what they do best: writing, gigging, and enjoying the hell out of their lives. They have no reason not to: Carry Me Back c [...]

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