For all the pomp, pageantry and excess of the previous day in a field thirty miles from Tulsa, there was a lack of focus. Even though the simple fact that a Guns and Roses gig, with Axl Rose singing some of the most memorable, catchy, and energetic rock songs of the last thirty years can take place ... More >>
"It was a really amazing gift for us as a group," acknowledges Michael Bloch, guitarist for Brooklyn quartet Here We Go Magic. The gift? Nigel Godrich, the producer and "sixth member" of Radiohead, offered his services for the band's new album, A Different Ship. Godrich and Thom Yorke became fans of ... More >>
Courtesy of FOXThe Polyphonic Spree's Jennie Kelley, as you'll soon see her on Master Chef. Jennie Kelley has been a member of the choir in Dallas' super-happy Polyphonic Spree collective since its Beginning Stages..., but, these days, music is taking a backseat to another passion of hers. After ... More >>
In just four years, Two Door Cinema Club have gone from a group of high school buddies to rocking thousands at festivals all over the world. That much isn't necessarily surprising: The band's sharp, dance-infused indie rock has drawn comparisons to Passion Pit and Hot Hot Heat. And, while they may n ... More >>
Local NativesLos Angeles' Local Natives have been shooting towards folk-rock stardom ever since an epic 2009 SXSW performance that set the band up for a big year, regardless of the critical acclaim its 2010 release Gorilla Manor has received. At its performance at Sons of Hermann Hall earlier thi ... More >>
Sunday, November 12, Gypsy Tea Room
England has been raving about half-Texas, half-Manchester band The Earlies for two years. Now it's our turn.
Travis is happy to remain The Invisible Band. As long as people sing along.
Kula Shaker: Brit-pop with an Indian twist