Concert Reviews

Keller Williams KWahtro Stretches Wide With Boller, Droll & Holmes (ALBUM REVIEW)


The one man jam band (and constant record releaser) Keller Williams has teamed up with some friends for yet another project titled Sync under the group name KWahtro (Confused? Sound it out.) The three other ...

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Cracker and Camper Van Beethoven Keep It Stripped Down & Revved Up in Charlotte (SHOW REVIEW)


David Lowery may be several decades removed from the agony of teen angst, but when he takes the stage with Cracker and Camper Van Beethoven, the emotion that fueled early fan favorites like “Get Off ...

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Red Hot Chili Peppers & Trombone Shorty Give New Orleans Voodoo’d Up Funk Rock (SHOW REVIEW/PHOTOS)

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If there is one stop on the Red Hot Chili Peppers new tour you needed to go to it was this past Tuesday night in New Orleans at the Smoothie King Center. Why? Because when ...

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Wannabe Reviews Touche Amore’s ‘Stage Four’


In the newest installment of Wannabe, artist Chris Prunckle reviews Stage Four, the latest album from Los Angeles post-hardcore band Touche Amore, in his signature six-panel comic strip form. Click on the image for full resolution (best viewed on desktop):

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10 Phish Madison Square Garden New Years Run Highlights (SHOW RECAPS)


10 Highlights from Phish’s 2016 New Year’s Run at Madison Square Garden, New York, New York  Another High Quality Run For 2016. As the snow settles after Phish’s 39th show at the world’s most famous ...

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John Craigie Hosts All-Star Album Release Show In Portland (SHOW REVIEW/PHOTOS)


John Craigie hosted a one-off CD release show at Portland, Oregon’s Doug Fir Lounge on December 15th. Portlanders braved icy roads to celebrate the singer/songwriter with a sold-out performance, and to get their hands on ...

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Day For Night May Have Been The Best Music Festival of 2016 (FESTIVAL REVIEW/PHOTOS)


In it’s second year, Day For Night is the festival that Houston deserves. Appropriately held in the abandoned Barbara Jordan Post Office downtown, the building projected the industrial grittiness of Houston, with its precarious lighting ...

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Red Fang Close Out 2016 With Triumphant Hometown Performance (SHOW REVIEW)


Heavy rock outfit Red Fang have long been one of Portland’s most respected and notable exports, so it was fitting that they chose the Wonder Ballroom to close out their tour on Saturday, December 17. ...

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Marc Ford and The Neptune Blues Club Stir Up The Iridium (SHOW REVIEW/PHOTOS)


Marc Ford has always seemed like a guy you can’t help but root for. His wicked guitar tone appears to be in complete contrast to his humble demeanor. When he asked his fans to help ...

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Phantogram Bring Dark Brooding Themes and Upbeat Electro-dance to Austin (SHOW REVIEW)


On tour nearly a decade after their first release, electro-dreamer duo Phantogram have shown no signs of regressing and still dwell on the cutting edge of their intricately curated infectious electro-beats. Josh Carter and Sarah ...

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