Thursday, July 31, 2008

Monday, July 28, 2008

John Legend / Colbert...

are in the photo gallery.

Aimee Mann / Village Voice interview

File Aimee Mann under Master of Melancholy. From the purely plaintive mid-'80s MTV hit "Voices Carry" through the mid-tempo minor chords highlighted in P.T. Anderson's Magnolia, Mann's music has ministered to more than one midnight self-pity party. And such improbable sing-alongs as "Deathly," "You Could Make A Killing," "Nothing Is Good Enough," "Calling It Quits," "I've Had It" and "Save Me" certify that the former 'Til Tuesday frontwoman long ago found her niche, and yet over time has managed enough melodic maneuverability (2005's conceptual The Forgotten Arm chronicles a drug-addicted pugilist while her latest, @#%&*! Smilers, operates without the safety net of so much as a single electric guitar) to maintain a primarily pristine poignancy. (continue at

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Mike Gordon interview...

Interview w/ Mike Gordon up on Gothamist:

Multi-instrumentalist Mike Gordon – revered for his virtuoso bass playing and distinctive singing with the trailblazing jam band Phish – is releasing a new solo album on August 5th, right in the midst of feverish speculation about a Phish reunion; speculation that's been all but confirmed by the band members themselves. As Gordon tells us in this interview, the timing of all this increased Phish chatter is a bit "weird," mainly because he's so excited about touring with his new band in support of the upbeat new record, called The Green Sparrow.
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Tickets for August 13th at Highline Ballroom still available here

Monday, July 14, 2008

Daryl Hall / Circle Jerks photos

What do The Circle Jerks and Daryl Hall have in common?
Absolutely nothing other than the fact that they are both in the photo gallery.

Wednesday, July 9, 2008

The Hush Sound / The Cab

The Hush Sound and The Cab are in the photo gallery.

Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Alejandro Escovedo interview / NY Daily News...

Ask his fellow musicians about Alejandro Escovedo, and you'll hear nothing but praise.
Yet the Texan singer-songwriter, who plays Wednesday at Highline Ballroom, has never been a household name.

And even among rock fans, his work, though influential, is not widely known: He's been more of an aficionado's musician. (continue at

Tickets still available here

Tuesday, July 1, 2008

F Yeah Tour Trailer

tickets are moving fast...get em here.