Taking Back Sunday Acoustic Show in Long Island 4/14

April 14, 2014-- Taking Back Sunday treated fans to a small acoustic session at Revolution Bar & Music Hall in their hometown of Amityville. The entire band showed up to sign their new cd and vin[...]

Sir Elton Dazzles With 'The Million Dollar Piano' Concert In Vegas

Heading out to a trade show in Las Vegas, I decided to give myself an extra day and catch Elton John during his "The Million Dollar Piano" residency at The Coliseum in Caesar’s Palace. My expectatio[...]

Everyone Orchestra Comes Together at Brooklyn Bowl, 4/3

Perhaps the coolest thing to come out of the jam band world in recent years is Matt Butler’s Everyone Orchestra, an ever-changing supergroup comprised of talented musicians joining forces to create [...]

Eats Everything Gets Dirty @ Output, 4/4

Output got dirty this past Friday night as famed producer Eats Everything, notable for a string of releases on highly regarded Dirtybird Records, took the booth at the Brooklyn dance mecca to show off[...]

The Motet - A Funky Good Time At The Brooklyn Bowl [Review/Photos]

If you've never seen The Motet live before, you must be doing something wrong. This seven-piece funk ensemble brought the house down last Friday night at the Brooklyn Bowl, delivering two sets of n[...]


The Infamous Stringdusters - Let It Go [Album Review]

Painting pastoral soundscapes on eleven delightful tracks, emerging bluegrass band The Infamous Stringdusters croon and swoon on their latest album, Let It Go. The band's fifth release, Let It Go is the essence of Americana, bursting at the seams with heart and soul. Listening to the album is an absolute pleasure. The Infamous Stringdusters formed in 2007, receiving critical acclaim and three awards at the International Bluegrass Music Assocation Awards Ceremony for their debut album, For [...]

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Turkuaz - Future 86 [Album Review]

Turkuaz, the nine-piece funk army hailing from our very own Brooklyn, will raise the roof on any given night. After a few years of regular touring and music cultivating, Turkuaz has produced a record [...]

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Karl Denson's Tiny Universe - New Ammo [Review/Stream]

Finally, definitive proof that Karl Denson is the man. No seriously, this guy is all soul. Between blaring saxophone solos, tintillating flute melodies, and robust vocal offerings, Denson shows us w [...]

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Thievery Corporation - Saudade [Album Review/Stream]

Saudade is the seventh studio release from the well-respected electronic/dance music duo Thievery Corporation, but the first entirely devoted to the Brazilian music influences that brought Rob Garz [...]

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Natalie Cressman - Turn the Sea [Album Review]

Natalie Cressman may best be known as the trombonist in the Trey Anastasio Band, but, well, Trey wouldn’t have chosen Ms. Cressman if she wasn’t an expert musician. Born into a musical family, the [...]

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