Art Outside 2014 Blends Visual Art And Music In Texas

Remember what your first camping and music festival felt like – the memories, the people, the vibe? From Bonnaroo to Burning Man, one’s first festival experience is about much more than the music.[...]

The Traveling Creature Carnival Occupies Philadelphia, 10/25

Last Saturday night brought forth an array of fine-tuned costume-laden freaks, fairies and geeks from all over the tri state area to attend a certain, interactive musical circus at Philly’s own Elec[...]

Primus Brings Their Whimsical Wonka World To Boston's Orpheum Theatre, 10/25

Primus, the legendary funk rock band from the Bay area, are back on tour to support their newest album, Primus & The Chocolate Factory. Yes, it's bizzare as it sounds while being typically impress[...]

Beats Antique's 'Creature Carnival' Enchants At Best Buy Theater, 10/23/14

[Photos Taken By Kathryn Rose Korcz & Corey Regensburger] Last Thursday, October 23, 2014, Best Buy Theater in Times Square hosted the amazing Creature Carnival Tour, the highly anticipated Beats [...]

Phish Wows At The Forum, 10/24

Phish returned to Los Angeles for their only area performance on Friday October 24th, playing a stellar show at the renovated Forum, their first visit to the storied venue since 2003. Compared to last[...]


Consider the Source - World War Trio (Part 1) - ...Put Another Rock in That Bag [Review]

It’s a rare feat for a band to put out an album that truly encapsulates such a distinct, intense feeling; one that is both indescribable and yet tangible at the same time. NYC’s “Sci-fi Middle Eastern Fusion” trio, Consider the Source, have done just that. The genre-bending instrumental group has just released the first installment of a triple album called World War Trio (Part 1), with Part 1 released fittingly on Halloween Day.  The first installment entitled …Put Another Rock in Tha [...]

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Eliot Lipp's new electrofunk album 'Watch the Shadows'

Eliot Lipp is the most recent artist coming out of the Pretty Lights Music label. His earlier works, Peace Love Weed and Tacoma Mockingbird, gave him an established fan base for his groovey electronic [...]

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Manic Focus Takes a Space Bound Journey On 'Cerebral Eclipse' [Review]

For Manic Focus' third album, Cerebral Eclipse, the electro funk artist incorporated collaborations with artists and live instruments that made this particular album stand out from his previous works. [...]

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The Budos Band - Burnt Offering [Review]

Burnt Offering, the latest from New York based group The Budos Band, is a fascinating departure from what most people strive for in a recording. The band embraced the thick, Lo-Fi grunginess of 60's e [...]

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Agori Tribe - The Hard Mountain Tradition [Review]

Released earlier this year, The Hard Mountain Tradition is the debut album from jazz-rock fusion group, Agori Tribe. Hailing from Memphis, the band excitingly blends influences of classic jazz and roc [...]

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