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Marlon Williams in L.A. – Concert Review


The Bootleg is tucked away unexpectedly on the street, looking more like a dive bar from the outside than a venue. With iridescent purple light covering the inside of the venue, the air…


Preview: Marlon Williams @ Bootleg Theater in L.A.


Wed. February 3, 2016 | Marlon Williams @ Bootleg Theater (Los Angeles, CA) On Wednesday night, expect to hear some abundantly excellent songwriting over at The Bootleg (2220 Beverly Blvd LA CA 90057) with…

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Shakey Graves in Nashville – Photo Gallery

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Below are some photos from the recent Shakey Graves concert at the Cannery Ballroom in Nashville, TN. Photos by Sami Wideberg OurVinyl | Photographer

Glen Hansard's 'Didn't He Ramble

Glen Hansard’s ‘Didn’t He Ramble’ – Album Review


Didn’t He Ramble begins where Rhythm and Repose left off, with songs of good hope. Previously the front man of The Frames and co-lead of The Swell Season alongside Marketa Irlgova, Glen Hansard…

The Staves If I Was Review

The Staves’ ‘If I Was’ – Album Review

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The trio of sisters known as The Staves first made a splash stateside with their stunning harmonies and tender acoustic-folk tunes. Their first couple EP’s were stunning, both in lyrics and melody, but…


Finding Joy in Misery – Seth Avett & Jessica Lea ...

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Cover Bands. It seems every musician and music fan has an opinion upon them. Either they’re a fun way of experiencing live music from musicians / acts that would be hard or impossible…


Laura Marling’s “Short Movie” – Album Review

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At first, it seems Laura Marling hasn’t really changed since debuting in 2008 as the princess of English neo-folk. “Warrior,” the premier track on her fifth and latest album, Short Movie, offers that…

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PHOX @ Philadelphia – Concert Review


It was certainly an odd way to lead up to Valentine’s Day or to end a celebration of Galentine’s Day. Monica, the lead singer of the headliner PHOX, even commented on the mismatch…

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Father John Misty’s ‘I Love You, Honeybear’ – Album Review

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Indie sex god, Laurel Canyon mystic, hipster charlatan, Randy Newman-on-ayahuasca­ — all are fitting descriptors for the artist known as Father John Misty. This was not always the case, however, for the former…

Ben Howard Philadelphia Concert

Ben Howard @ The Hammerstein Ballroom, NYC – Concert Review


The Hammerstein Ballroom is venue of contradictions, with a high ceiling boasting hand painted cherubs above the multi-level balcony seating and then a minimalist aesthetic of exposed lighting fixtures above the stage. When…

The Decemberists What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World review

The Decemberists’ ‘What a Terrible World, What a...


After a long four-year wait, folk indie rockers The Decemberists, impress with their new album What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World. After this substantial recording hiatus lead singer Colin Meloy sounds…

Caloncho Interview

Caloncho – An Interview


After a storm, rush hours and the search for a cab in the middle of the night in México City almost kept this interview from happening, technology and the holidays gave us a…