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John Wesley Harding masterfully stages a modern-day vaudeville with his Cabinet of Wonders at City Winery in New York City. May Terry allows herself to be led into this magical world.
Merchandise makes Gainesville, and Matthew Moyer, swoon like teenagers at an early '90s Morrissey concert... and that's a very, very good thing.
Nataly Dawn brings the intimate half of Pomplamoose on tour as a solo artist and delivers a warm-hearted and entertaining set at the Neo-Burlesque club, The Slipper Room.
Wanee Music Festival, featuring two sets by both the Allman Brothers and Widespread Panic, offers two stages of music that entertain fans on the banks of the Suwannee River until the early hours of the morning for 3 days. Phillip Haire returns to the Florida fest.
May Terry gets an audio-visual taste of East meets West with the L.A. shoegazing ethereal rock band, Io Echo, at the Wellmont Theatre in Montclair, NJ.
Bad Religion are still exciting after 30+ years of making music, as Jen Cray discovered at a recent Orlando date.
A contemporary American songbook comes alive with the sophisticatedly sweet voice of jazz-country singer, Kat Edmonson, at New York’s City Winery.
May Terry awakens from a synth-pop slumber to enjoy the off-the-beaten path music of Sasha Siem at Le Poisson Rouge in NYC.
The ear-shattering beauty and wildly colorful spectacle of Muse overtakes Orlando, and Jen Cray.
Saul Conrad may be more coffee house than dive bar, but his Poison Packet is still worth pouring into your musical drink.
Rootsy, blues-based rockers Grace Potter and the Nocturnals returned to their favorite tour destination -- much to the delight of their adoring Orlando, Florida fans.
Ty Segall, fuzzmeister of psychedelic lo-fi garage rock, shows no signs of slowing down his Mach 3 musical momentum, as May Terry witnessed during his concert at Webster Hall, NYC.
May Terry melts the winter doldrums with the French Horn Rebellion's all-out Nu-Disco dance party at Brooklyn Bowl.
According to May Terry, activism can be fun when it's done with a friendly nudge from Erin McKeown, who delivered a great night of alternative folk with a touch of Cabaret at Le Poisson Rouge in NYC.
Carl F Gauze previews the best ultra-low budget films for the cinema lover in all of us.
Concrete Blonde's Johnette Napolitano is one of the most underrated female rock singers of the past 20 years, with a powerful voice that rips your heart out at will. May Terry saw the band and looks for the suture kit to restitch her chest.
San Francisco's The Stone Foxes jingle-rocked NYC's Grammercy Theatre, helping May Terry shake the Christmas doldrums away with some great alternative-blues rock.
Carl F. Gauze jumps a freight train to Austin to check out some new music by Icona Pop and Marina and the Diamonds, and returns with a bad case of bubble gum fever.
Robert Glasper and Friends find the Wonder in Jazz, and Lauressa Nelson is there to soak it all in at the Harlem Stage.