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Stanley Clarke at Jazz at the Bistro
Grammy winner and bass legend, Stanley Clarke, returned to Jazz at the Bistro, armed with two of his best men to validate his reputation as a constant innovator in contemporary jazz.
Album review: Screaming Females get noisy and hooky on 'Ugly'
Screaming Females "Ugly" Don Giovanni The incendiary punkish alt-rock trio Screaming Females may contain only one female member -- lead singer and guitarist Marissa Paternoster -- but the band's name is not inaccurate; Paternoster herself contains multitudes.
Concert review: Quintron and Miss Pussycat (with Britches) bring low fidelity and high energy to the Firebird, Friday, May 18
Many artists embrace the raw side of rock 'n' roll, but few can translate it into an unstoppable force hell-bent on creating a party that will not end until the last bit of sweat is wrung from your brow. Quintron…
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It was a lively and entertaining evening at Powell Hall last night with a dance-infused program that included three of Dvořák’s popular “Slavonic Dances”, Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue”, Bernstein’s still-amazing “Symphonic Dances from West Side Story”, and an appropriately hallucinatory…
Gregory Alan Isakov
On Thursday night, Gregory Alan Isakov performed a well-attended show at the Old Rock House. Behind him stood a projected, sepia-tinged, photo depicting a rural youth listening intently to a large, conical, medieval-looking, horn-shaped hearing device.
Album review: Silversun Pickups roll through 'Neck of the Woods'
Silversun Pickups "Neck of the Woods" Dangerbird As a Silversun Pickups record, "Neck of the Woods" sounds exactly like you'd expect it to: cascading guitars, distorted shimmer and Nikki Monninger's breathily-insistent vocals cosseted in waves of reverb that wash through…
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