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2012 Stories by Mikael Wood

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  • SWEET NOISE

    published February 1, 2012

    Casual fans of Sonic Youth might be surprised to find a member of this longtime New York noise-rock institution taking part in Lincoln... More >>

  • REMIX MASTERS

    published February 1, 2012

    The Internet cool-hunters at Neon Gold have moved their real-world club night Popshop from Tammany Hall to Santos’ Party House, and this... More >>

  • Bill Callahan

    published February 1, 2012

    The ultra-gloomy balladeer once known as Smog drew some of the best reviews of his career last year with Apocalypse, and tonight he plays... More >>

  • Primus

    published February 1, 2012

    These bass-slapping prog-punk weirdos just released their first record since the late ’90s, but Green Naugahyde proves that Primus... More >>

  • Ruben Studdard

    published February 1, 2012

    The portly American Idol alum’s commercial moment may have passed, but he’s still doing fine work: His cover of Extreme’s... More >>

  • HOUSEWARMING

    published January 25, 2012

    Just last week, the avant-garde arts space ISSUE Project Room threw a concert to mark the end of its stay at the Old American Can Factory. Thing... More >>

  • Rise Against

    published January 25, 2012

    These rabble-rousing Chicago punks summon loads of energy but rarely seem to have any fun doing it. Headlining a bill in California last year with... More >>

  • Bone Thugs-N-Harmony

    published January 25, 2012

    "Everybody wanna sound like Bone,” these Cleveland rappers bragged on 2010’s Uni5: The World’s Enemy, and given the rise... More >>

  • Javier Colon

    published January 25, 2012

    On the recently released Come Through for You the ultra-agreeable Voice winner sings tunes co-written by James Blunt, Kris Allen,... More >>

  • BRANCHING OUT

    published January 18, 2012

    Demonstrating that hippies can multitask, too, the adventurous psych-folk futurists of Akron/Family have started a new record label, Family Tree,... More >>

  • Cass McCombs

    published January 18, 2012

    An even more enigmatic presence than his indie-folk homie Will Oldham, McCombs put out two separate albums last year: April’s Wit’s... More >>

  • Lenny Kravitz

    published January 18, 2012

    The retro-rock veteran failed to stir much interest in last year’s Black and White America, which is too bad: With its elaborate funk... More >>

  • Smith Westerns

    published January 18, 2012

    Last time I saw these Windy City glam-pop revivalists, they were sighing their way through an early-evening opening set at L.A.’s... More >>

  • Califone

    published January 11, 2012

    Performing as part of the New York Guitar Festival, these Windy City avant-roots experimentalists are set to unveil a newly composed score for... More >>

  • Aaron Carter

    published January 11, 2012

    He’s currently starring off-Broadway in The Fantasticks, but tonight the one-time teen-pop sensation hits the Gramercy in advance of... More >>

  • 'Where's the Band?'

    published January 11, 2012

    Providing yet more evidence of Dashboard Confessional’s continuing influence, this package tour presents the frontmen of several emo bands... More >>

  • 'The Public Forum: Sondheim / Kusher'

    published January 4, 2012

    Following up on the public conversation they began in 2010, Broadway giants Stephen Sondheim and Tony Kushner reconvene at NYU’s Skirball... More >>

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