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2012 Stories by Mikael Wood

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  • Perfume Genius

    published March 21, 2012

    The upside of Mike Hadreas’s success as Perfume Genius is that he’s currently on the road supporting his powerful sophomore release on... More >>

  • JUSTICE LEAGUE

    published March 14, 2012

    Last year's unabashedly prog-influenced Audio, Video, Disco seemed to befuddle as many Justice fans as it satisfied, which might be one reason the... More >>

  • SEEK ELECTRICITY

    published March 14, 2012

    For 2011's inaugural Ecstatic Music Festival, Dan Deacon hooked up with So Percussion to premiere a newly commissioned piece described by the... More >>

  • DARK GLITTER

    published March 7, 2012

    Next week, the South by Southwest music conference in Austin will propel a handful of young acts to next-big-thing status, and one safe bet for... More >>

  • Juan Luis Guerra

    published March 7, 2012

    One of Latin pop’s biggest (and most dependable) stars, Guerra hits Radio City behind a pair of albums that demonstrate his broad reach:... More >>

  • They Might Be Giants

    published March 7, 2012

    The local quirk-pop veterans have built a healthy kids-music sideline in recent years, but tonight They Might Be Giants wrap their latest U.S.... More >>

  • Gomez

    published March 7, 2012

    These U.K. alt-roots dudes are celebrating their 15th year in the live business with what they’re calling the Quinceañera Tour, for... More >>

  • NORDIC CANDY

    published March 7, 2012

    Clued-in indie-pop connoisseurs might have caught Razika when the all-lady Norwegian outfit played their first U.S. show last October at Cameo... More >>

  • Squarepusher

    published March 7, 2012

    Following a series of albums with titles like Solo Electric Bass 1, this U.K. splice-and-dice master has “started thinking about pure... More >>

  • Ladysmith Black Mambazo

    published March 7, 2012

    Though they no doubt achieved choral perfection mere minutes into their first date, these South African group-singing veterans hit New York near... More >>

  • The Wood Brothers

    published March 7, 2012

    The more well-known Wood Brother is Chris, who plays bass in the popular jam-funk trio Medeski Martin & Wood. Here, with this sibling Oliver, he... More >>

  • NIGHT CRAWLERS

    published February 29, 2012

    They recently opened a string of local shows for Dum Dum Girls, and tonight Brooklyn’s fuzz-rootsy Widowspeak hit Glasslands for a... More >>

  • LOVE ALL

    published February 29, 2012

    Last year, the married members of Tennis got a good bit of mileage out of the fact that they wrote and recorded their debut album, Cape Dory,... More >>

  • 'Stones Fest'

    published February 22, 2012

    Billed like its Tom Petty and Bob Dylan-focused predecessors as “a night to get drunk and celebrate the Rolling Stones,” this all-star... More >>

  • Ben Lee

    published February 22, 2012

    The Australian singer-songwriter hasn’t had much luck in the studio of late: The Rebirth of Venus, from 2009, somehow felt smug and... More >>

  • PLEASURE CRUISE

    published February 22, 2012

    The brainy electro-pop duo known as Yacht rarely does anything without some kind of conceptual underpinning, and their current North American tour... More >>

  • Joe Budden

    published February 22, 2012

    The onetime Def Jam star and current Slaughterhouse member hits Irving Plaza for a two-night stand in which he’ll perform four of his... More >>

  • Tyga

    published February 22, 2012

    This Compton MC debuted in 2008 with a shiny emo-rap set stacked with cameos by Travie McCoy and Fall Out Boy’s Patrick Stump. This month... More >>

  • SUPERNATURAL

    published February 22, 2012

    Brooklyn’s School of Seven Bells is set to release its third studio disc today, and to mark the occasion, the moody neo-shoegazers are... More >>

  • Bombay Bicycle Club

    published February 22, 2012

    These big-at-home Brits hit New York near the end of their first U.S. headlining tour, and it’s not hard to see why all three of their local... More >>

  • Shooter Jennings

    published February 22, 2012

    The outlaw-country scion bombed in a big way with 2010’s concept-rock experiment Black Ribbons, a record which the... More >>

  • BODY MOVIN'

    published February 15, 2012

    Intrepid (or well-connected) dance-music fans might have caught Nadastrom earlier this month when the Washington, D.C., duo joined Skrillex for a... More >>

  • Aretha Franklin

    published February 15, 2012

    Last year’s so-so A Woman Falling Out of Love didn’t quite steer the Aretha Franklin conversation away from her protracted... More >>

  • Zola Jesus

    published February 15, 2012

    Keepers of goth rock's ice-cold flame will find plenty they recognize throughout Conatus, the last year's Zola Jesus full-length: As on... More >>

  • STARRY NIGHT

    published February 8, 2012

    Tibet House’s annual benefit concert at Carnegie Hall can be depended upon as an opportunity to catch performances by the arty New York crew... More >>

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