- Music Reviews
- November 18, 2019
Mad Lad A Live Tribute to Chuck Berry (BMG). Review by Joe Frietze.
Playing hard rock wrapped with a sweet soulful voice, The Seratones rips through a great show at the Mercury Lounge in New York City.
Belly brought lot of grit and a touch of grace to the Bowery Ballroom in NYC.
Veruca Salt resoundingly showed they’re no passing ghost note by moving on from a turbulent past with an emphatically great performance at Webster Hall that wowed May Terry.
Courtney Barnett might think she’s pedestrian at best, but her popularity racing ahead on overdrive with no signs of slowing down. May Terry was left to sit and think after the CB3’s musical pit-stop at Terminal 5.
May Terry battled the sweltering July heat in New York City, but that paled in comparison with the hot bands that performed at the 2014 Village Voice NYC 4Knots Festival.
The Pixies raided Port Chester, NY on a big 2014 tour and May Terry was la-la lovin’ both old and new songs from an iconic band that dares to evolve.
May Terry heads to Prospect Park for a musical speed date with Wild Flag that leaves the taste of six degrees of Riot Grrl in her mouth.
Lily and The Parlour Tricks sizzle up a hot summer night of swinging music in New York City, where May Terry time-warped her way back to the ’20s.
May Terry gets lost in the neo-psychedelic haze when the Dandy Warhols play live at Irving Plaza.
Tauk whips up a savory auditory gumbo and serves it up at a hip lounge/bowling alley where May Terry dishes herself a hefty helping.
Kander and Ebb’s final musical. The Scottsboro Boys, depicts the true story of American racism in the South. Despite a mixture of eye-poppin’ musical sequences and social commentary, the musical misses many cues. Julie Haverkate provides analysis.
Two similar and familiar bands collided as The Faint and Ladytron shared a co-headlining bill that included a pair of sold-out stops in New York City. With more black attire and keyboards than one could count, the two acts offered career-spanning setlists filled with their distinctive synth-pop, post-punk and new-wave sounds. Kiran Aditham witnessed night two of the dark, dancefloor delights for himself.
Jack Dangers and his legendary Meat Beat Manifesto rock the Big Apple with an electronic feast of new and old material. Kiran Aditham digs in.
Chirs Catania decamps from Chicago to scope out the laid-back vibes and furious grooves of the moe.down Festival. Say goodbye to the summer.
Kiran Aditham witnesses the rebirth of Vancouver’s art-industrial legends Skinny Puppy; blood, guts and costume changes fully intact.
Skinny Puppy, Irving Plaza, New York, Industrial, Tweaker, ,Skinny Puppy,Tweaker, Otto Von Schirach,New York, NY,June 20th, 2004,Kiran Aditham
If They Knew This Was the End (Bar None). Review by Rob Walsh.