TAUK speaks to its followers through psychedelic, funky instrumental grooves.
About 30 seconds into the song "Home (Leave the Lights On)" by Milwaukee's own Field Report you find yourself in a familiar place.
Luke Winslow King may not be from New Orleans, but he found his heart and his music there, a testament to the notion that the home you find is often better than the one into which you're born.
Sounding a bit like the Wailers, in their days with Lee Perry producing, Taj Weekes and Adowa combine the best of reggae groove, strong vocals and social commentary.
I recently had the honor of joining the rhythm & blues-rock band Vintage Trouble for a run of 13 shows in September and October. Instead of co-billing with another group,…
Sorry, folks -- too time-pressed for more than a one-day issue. Saturday will come ASAP.
Scottish natives, We Were Promised Jetpacks and Twilight Sad, packed a full-house at the Old Rock House on a seasonably warm Sunday night.
Take some power pop, add glam rock, mix in a multitude of different instruments and you've got Karate Bikini's new album, "A Simpler Sugar." As stated on the band's Facebook…
My second day of the annual CMJ Music Marathon proved no less exciting as the first, as the onslaught of bands continued throughout New York City, from the Lower East…
CMJ Music Marathon 2014 is happening, and there's no better city than New York for it. So much diversity in a city bustling with such enigmatic and exuberant life.