We've got some pretty awesome shows happening in your city this week, and you wanna know what else? Of the twelve concerts listed below, some of the musicians in these bands have be involved in some crazy antics, including the following:
1. Got his/her eye pissed into by a bat, and had to be tested ... More >>
Paul CollinsSeems like most indie music fans had no idea that the Balkan's had their own unique brand of folk music before Zach Condon started mining that territory for sonic gold under his Beirut moniker. Despite being so closely affiliated with the roots music of that region, Beirut has for yea ... More >>
For 17 years now, Richard Buckner has been one of the most unique singer-songwriters going. Eschewing choruses, Buckner writes in a stream of consciousness matter that resembles free verse poetry set to a fascinating musical backing.
Although Buckner was erroneously marketed as a hunky country go ... More >>
Lauryn HillEver since Lauryn Hill made a brief disappearance from the public eye in 2000, her career has been patchy at best. Her acoustic record in 2002, MTV Unplugged No. 2.0, was met with mediocre reviews, and the Fugees reunion fared even worse. But, aside from her brilliant output in the Fug ... More >>
Well, the weekend's here, thank the Lord. And, as always, we're here to present you with your concert-attending plans. First, as always, the shows we've already hyped...Tonight, Bill Callahan stops by the Granada Theater, Colourmusic pops on in to The Cavern and The Edge Steals Christmas out at t ... More >>
For two albums now, the artist formerly known as Smog and (Smog) has gone by his birth name, Bill Callahan, and despite of some early concern from his fans, the past few years have really only seen Callahan's fanbase grow. It helps, of course, that 2007's Woke on a Whaleheart was Callahan's poppies ... More >>