Listening to the flashback blues of John Nemeth calls to mind dark alleyways and a half-pack of cigarettes, wrong turns with the wrong women. But if you're listening to his tunes, at least you know you're doing one thing right.
Hannah Aldridge's debut album, "Razor Wire," was released in mid-2014. Newly-divorced, and in a self-confessed "dark place," Aldridge made an emotional about-face from sessions recorded in her hometown of Muscle Shoals, Alabama and instead turned to Nashville, Tennessee.
Drawing from experiences in funk, soul, pop and jazz, the Nth Power lay down groove based soul jams that are catered to the stage.
Sons of Bill, hailing from Charlottesville, Virginia, make music steeped in both tradition and the rejection of tradition.
Powerful in both sound and numbers, Tedeschi Trucks Band (TTB) brought its special blend of hard driving Southern blues-rock to Peabody Opera House on Sunday night. Helmed by the über-talented…
In Andy Shauf's "Hometown Hero," what starts out as a satirical (but oh so lyrical) portrait of a small-town might-have-been, ends up as a charming, everyman fantasy come true.
Diarrhea Planet isn't the type of band to pull their punches and it's not the type for subtlety.
The partnership between KDHX and New Music Circle brought the duo of Matthew Shipp and Michael Bisio to the Stage at KDHX on Saturday evening.
Joshua Tillman returns to the pseudonym of Father John Misty on his second album since his departure from Fleet Foxes, and this time he is ready to tell the world…
Kendrick Lamar "To Pimp a Butterfly" Aftermath Entertainment/Interscope In the early days of Kendrick Lamar's career, no one would have pegged him as a guy with a message. But as…