7 months 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...
7 months 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...
8 months 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...
8 months 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...
10 months 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...
12 months 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...