9 days ago | Concert Reviews
Fans of Beirut are having a really good month, particularly those that live in New York. On the heels of the announcement that there would finally – finally! – be a new record from Zach Condon’s eclectic indie project, there’s been a flurry of act...
12 days ago | Concert Reviews
Almost overnight, Shamir Bailey became something of a hero. At this time last year, he was releasing his first EP, the five-track Northtown, named for the Las Vegas suburb from which the singer-songwriter hails. Immediately, the EP showed a rare p...
13 days ago | Interviews
As the chain-smoking lead singer of garage rock duo The Kills, Alison Mosshart has lived the better part of the last two decades on stage. Delivering provocative lyrics in her throaty, disaffected tone; collaborating with Jack White in the Dead We...
22 days ago | Concert Reviews
Though he’s been a prolific collaborator for an incredible array of artists, it’s been twenty-five years since Nile Rodgers released a full album of new material with Chic, the disco-funk ensemble known for indelible dance classics that defined an...
28 days ago | Fashion
In less than a week, Governors Ball 2015 will bring more than 50 bands spanning various genres to Randalls Island for New York's most beloved regional festival, drawing 50,000 music fans per day to catch sets from Drake, the Black Keys, Tame Impal...
1 month ago | Interviews
On the pocket of her thrift store denim jacket, Mackenzie Scott wears a collection of buttons. One reps New Jersey–based rockers Screaming Females. Another, Nashville label Spaghetti Spaghetti Records. There's an oversized close-up of a Pers...