The Mercury Prize winner and songwriter/producer will perform at Turner Hall this Thursday in support of his latest album, Overgrown.
TCD spoke with actor/songwriter Barry Anderson, one of the stars of the touring Broadway musical, about the thrill of touring and the longevity of The Four Seasons’ music.
Mama Digdown’s Brass Band & Paul Cebar Tomorrow Sound, king cake, Jambalaya, local beer in tallboys, feathers, beads, and more feathers. A blurry look back.
Gothic folk hero Voltaire comes to Club Anything tonight.
With a riotous live show, Le Tigre makes public the pain of sexual/gender inequality and incites their audience to overcome it.
Jeff takes a break from the blog this week and leaves a comic in its stead. This time around: Nellie Mckay’s genre-hopper “Home Sweet Mobile Home”
Bad Religion has never been my favorite band, but Greg Graffin’s songwriting keeps me interested — he’s like the Noam Chomsky of punk rock.
When James Burns offered Weezer 10 million bucks to disband, the internet went bonkers. But why?
The latest Swans elpee is an intensely dark and yet beautiful collection of songs, unfettered by sentiment or superficiality.
“This guitar was too sensitive. This isn’t a sensitive show,” said Hutch Harris after he’d broken a string. It couldn’t handle his Mighty Rock Power.