1 year ago | Premieres
From her passionate performances to her Famous Swords production collective, Eula frontwoman Alyse Lamb has been renewing our faith in New York's art-punk scene for several years now. A tightly wound masterpiece of yin and yang, Eula's debut LP, M...
1 year ago | Lists
As students of the internet are by now aware, America's unofficial king and queen, Jay-Z and Beyoncé, are about to pack up their solid-gold baby toys and vegan energy bars and move to Los Angeles, where they will drink kale smoothies (maybe...
2 years ago | Concert Reviews
Better than: Any other punk band's "bluesy" phase Savages is a band of manifestos. Since the London art-punk outfit first exploded onto the international scene with 2013's punishing debut, Silence Yourself, they have followed the rules you learn i...
2 years ago | Interviews
Neneh Cherry has had four top-ten hits, collaborated with everyone from Peter Gabriel to Gorillaz, and performed on Top of the Pops while seven months pregnant. But on January 9 she's finally going to do something she's never done before: play a s...
2 years ago
From spring of 2011 through spring of 2012, my illustrator pal Debbie Allen and I produced a live music column for Sound of the City called Waste of Paint. On the suggestion of former Voice music editor Maura Johnston, we arranged our words and pi...
2 years ago | Festivals
If there's anything the internet has taught us, it's that summer music festivals are bottomless k-holes of selfie snapping woo girls, culturally insensitive garments, and Molly that is actually just shards of broken glass. And that's only the bath...