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News by Diana Kumpf

  • Category: Reviews

    Review: Kung Fu Holla’ween Masquerade with Kloptoscope and Twiddle

    Halloween at The Gramercy Theatre was a night of chaos, costumes, and delicious jams. Electronic rock band Kloptoscope opened the show with a brief  bassy set. Hailing from Burlington, Vermont, the four man band uses drums, guitar, synth, bass, sax and keys to blend all the possible sounds of popular jam bands. Twiddle, also a […]

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    Kalya Scintilla and Bird Of Prey Coming to NYC

    Kalya Scintilla and Bird of Prey are bringing their The Divine Alignment Tour to NYC October 24th.  The show will take place at the nightclub/venue SLAKE, located on 251 W. 30th Street. Kalya Scintilla, a DJ originally from Australia, finally returns to America to tour after he was denied entry into the states back in […]

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    Supergroup ‘Funky But Better’ Benefit Show at Beekman Beer Garden

    Supergroup Funky But Better is playing a benefit show at NYC’s Beekman Beer Garden Beach Club September 25th at 7 PM. The band is made up of some of today’s best funk musicians including Big Sam from Big Sam’s Funky Nation, Ivan Neville of Dumpstaphunk, Stanton Moore from Galactic, Eric McFadden of P-Funk/The Animals and Doug Wimbish of […]

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    Michael Jackson Duet with Freddy Mercury to be Released in the Fall

    According to The Rolling Stone, three never before released duets recorded with Michael Jackson and Queen front-man Freddie Mercury are confirmed to be available to the public this fall. The songs were recorded in 1983 in Jackson’s home studio.  The duets were planned to be made into a larger project but due to their conflicting schedules, […]

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    Wu-Tang Clan & Sign Language Interpreter Ain’t Nuthin’ ta F*$! Wit’

    An American Sign Language interpreter named Holly signed along to Wu-Tang Clan’s performance Friday night at Bonnaroo and absolutely killed it. She stood in front of the stage and matched each verse with quick hands to the words of RZA, Method Man, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Solange, Schoolboy Q and Chad Hugo of the Neptunes…and she […]

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    Warren Haynes to Play Jerry Garcia’s Guitar on Symphony Tour

    Warren Haynes will play Jerry Garcia’s infamous Wolf guitar during The Symphonic Celebration of Jerry Garcia tour.  The orchestral performance is meant to celebrate the Grateful Dead icon and starts today in Pittsburgh, PA.  Garcia debuted Wolf in 1973 when guitar-maker Doug Irwin first created it.    It was played throughout the 70s and then again […]

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    Entire Pink Floyd Discography Available On Spotify

    Pink Floyd’s entire discography is now available on Spotify. Everything from Floyd’s hit albums like The Dark Side of the Moon and Animals to rarities such as their first full-length soundtrack album More and David Gilmour’s solo work can now be streamed. The band promised to release their whole catalog once the album Wish You […]

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    Producers of Camp Bisco Start Fundraiser For Tornado Relief

    Camp Bisco producer MCP Presents started a campaign to raise relief funds after two EF2 tornados tore through Schenectady County last week.  These two twisters were each over a mile wide and had winds exceeding 125mph. They tore through 17 miles of Schenectady, home of Camp Bisco for the last seven years, and caused extensive […]

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    Summer Camp Music Festival 2013 Review

    The drive to Illinois was 14 hours of flat wasteland, coasting on a two lane highway past industrial trucks and the occasional barn/cow combo along I-80 West.  Nearing Summer Camp Music Festival, the number of police cars increased radically. Groups of obvious festival goers stood and watched cops and K-9s sniff through their backseats, which […]

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    Sharon Jones Stops Tour and Album Release to Begin Cancer Treatment

    Lead soul singer Sharon Jones of Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings has been diagnosed with stage-one bile duct cancer. Because of these unfortunate circumstances, they will have to postpone their upcoming album release and tour. Jones had this to say to the fans on her Facebook page: “Over the last few weeks I haven’t felt […]

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