Cate Le Bon @ The Chapel
Welsh singer-songwriter Cate Le Bon played a sold-out show at the Chapel in San Francisco on July 9th. Her new record, the excellent Reward, came out earlier this year on Mexican Summer records.
Snail Mail at Union Transfer
Snail Mail played a sublime show at Union Transfer on Saturday, July 14. Katie Crutchfield of Waxahatchee joined Lindsey Jordan for a stunning cover of Sheryl Crow’s “Strong Enough.” Bonny Doon opened with Jordan on bass.
News: Daily Lineup Announced for XPoNential Festival
Now on it’s 25th year and to mark a quarter of a century, they’ve put on quite the show.
Ascap Share Their Four Tips to Get Your Songs Heard
This week sees one of the United States’ largest songwriter conventions return in New York.
News: The Chemical Brothers Announce Headline Show
The prolific electronic duo, originally from Edinburgh, have announced their first solo UK show at London’s Alexandra Palace on October 3rd.
Rooney Talks Shop: El Cortez, the Ultrasonic Summer Tour, and Beyond
“You can’t just manufacture time.”
Nick D’ and The Believers Set to Play Mercury Lounge
Get your ticket before they sell out!
When The Summer Ends: The Wrecking Ball and The End of an Era
Nostalgia manifests in many forms.
Watch Roskilde Live
Thanks to Red Bull TV.
Were You Scammed By TicketMaster Too?
Is this a joke?
KONGOS: Live Music, Citizenship, & A Message
They loved the idea of the Tokoloshe, of foreign superstition.
feedtime, Vaz, Sightings and Maggoted at Death by Audio
Thursday night @ DBA had one word bands including the legendary feedtime.
Widowspeak, Mac DeMarco and Quilt at Glasslands
The MTA L train outage couldn't keep us away from this show.
The Heartless Bastards and Hacienda at Webster Hall
They are not heartless. Or bastards (we think).
Tayisha Busay at Glasslands Gallery
Tayisha Busay bids us farewell with glitter, confetti and dance moves.