The spokesperson of desire, Mitski Miyasaki, is currently on an indefinite break. Her last show – for now – was on SummerStage in Central Park to an audience filled with excitement and faint heartbreak. For two hours or so, the… Continue Reading
Benny the Butcher- Burden of Proof Griselda records has had 2020 on lock, flooding the industry with their unapologetically gritty sound. The Buffalo crew consisting of Conway the Machine, Westside Gunn and Benny the Butcher, are showing no signs of… Continue Reading
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Tori Amos was 5 years old when she enrolled at Johns Hopkins University’s Peabody Institute, and 11 when she was thrown out. Deemed a prodigy, being the youngest student to ever enroll, she couldn’t sightread the notes up to the… Continue Reading
Lead singer and drummer Sebastien Grainger and bassist and backing vocalist Jesse F. Keeler make up the two-piece band Death from Above 1979. The specifics concerning how and when the two met has not been confirmed, however, they were both… Continue Reading
With the arrival of their new single “Ohms”, Deftones shows that their haunting and experimental grunge aesthetic remains a lasting staple of today’s alternative rock. From the band’s formation in the late 80s and the release of their debut album… Continue Reading
Gorillaz- Song Machine With the release of their seventh installment of the Song Machine series, Gorillaz have teamed with an unlikely group of artists. On the song “Pink Phantom” legendary pop singer Elton John and contemporary R&B singer 6Lack are… Continue Reading
Tricot, pronounced Tree-Coh (like the French word for “knitting”), is a math rock band from Japan. Formed in 2010 by three Kyoto musicians, they began to make waves as soon as they started releasing music. The original trio consisted of… Continue Reading
A concert by Sufjan Stevens is as likely to be a somber, reflective affair as it is to be punctuated by rainbow angel wings and trucker hats. With a musical style that ranges from electronica to folk to live covers… Continue Reading