rss Email Author Richard Gehr

2010 Stories by Richard Gehr

Archives: 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003 | 2002 | 2001 | 2000 | 1999 | 1998
  • 'Annie Gosfield Chamber Works'

    published August 18, 2010

    The composer-keyboardist continues to explore the humming, buzzing omnipresence of invisible forces via science-inspired works that often blends... More >>

  • Nellie McKay

    published August 18, 2010

    "I used to think about it/ When I say 'think' I mean satirize," ironizes this uke-slinging, piano-swinging avenger of the oppressed in "Bruise,"... More >>

  • The Four Bags

    published August 18, 2010

    Arty, smart, and entertaining, this local quartet plays a type of chamber music that bridges jazz, classical, and pop. Expect the Bags--who... More >>

  • Guillermo Klein

    published August 11, 2010

    The Argentine-born composer, pianist, vocalist, and bandleader's new album, Domador de Huellas (Footprints Tamer), is devoted to work by... More >>

  • B-52s+Belinda Carlisle

    published August 11, 2010

    Like other '70s new-wave and garage-pop geniuses, the B-52s (a self-described "tacky little dance band" from Athens, Georgia) translated the... More >>

  • Dean Wareham

    published August 11, 2010

    Damon Krukowski and Naomi Yang of Galaxie 500 (and Damon & Naomi) recently reissued the Boston dream-pop band's three studio albums on their... More >>

  • Jon Shain & Bill Newton

    published August 4, 2010

    The fine North Carolina singer-songwriter has hella acoustic guitar chops marinated in swing, ragtime, and Piedmont blues. A former improv-rocker... More >>

  • Banda Sinaloense De Los Muertos

    published August 4, 2010

    Many of New York's edgier slipstream jazzbos—including saxophonist Oscar Noriega, trombonist Curtis Hasselbring, and drummer Jim... More >>

  • Vieux Farka Toure

    published July 27, 2010

    Mali guitar legend Ali Farka Touré's son has wisely chosen to adapt his dad's Saharan blues guitar style into a Western-influenced... More >>

  • 'Hallogallo 2010! Presents Michael Rother & Friends'

    published July 27, 2010

    Return to the primal source of motorik minimalism with Neu! co-founder Michael Rother, who's been performing the seminal krautrock band's music... More >>

  • Natacha Atlas

    published July 27, 2010

    The Arab-Western fusion diva, former Transglobal Underground member, and self-described "human Gaza Strip" will concentrate on music from her... More >>

  • Widespread Panic

    published July 20, 2010

    When it comes to Southern rock behemoths, Athens, Georgia's Widespread Panic are a big California Zinfandel compared to the Allmans' half-drunk... More >>

  • Mark Kozelek+Jarrod Gorbel

    published July 20, 2010

    As usual, Mark Kozalek sounds as though he's delivering a Cormac McCarthy novel's worth of bad news on Admiral Fell Promises, his latest... More >>

  • Ariel Pink's Haunted Grafitti

    published July 20, 2010

    Reviews indicate that the live version of the brilliantly blissful collage pop heard on Ariel Rosenberg's kinda-sorta breakout album, Before... More >>

  • Spiritualized

    published July 20, 2010

    Jason Pierce revived Spiritualized, of which he is the sole original member, for a concert revisiting of Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating... More >>

  • Juan-Carlos Formell & Johnny's Dream Club

    published July 20, 2010

    Late-'40s Havana meets the cradle of jazz on Johnny's Dream Club, Juan-Carlos Formell's dreamy and rhapsodic, yet subtly sizzling, recent... More >>

  • Carl Stone

    published July 20, 2010

    Stone at the Stone definitely has a ring to it. The Tokyo-based, Morton Subotnick-educated laptop samurai digests street sounds, musical samples,... More >>

  • Frank Fairfield & Blind Boy Paxton

    published July 13, 2010

    An enigmatic young repository of gramophone-era hits, Fairfield picks and sings traditional American folk and blues songs such as "Boll Weevil,"... More >>

  • 'Rocks Off Concert Cruises Presents Eric Krasno & Chapter 2'

    published July 13, 2010

    Cool yet combustible guitarist Eric Krasno leads a new quartet—with Nigel Hall (keys), Adam Deitch (drums), and Louis Cato (bass)—in... More >>

  • AFRICAN BEAT

    published July 13, 2010

    If your idea of great African music includes overdriven likembé thumb pianos generating loud, distorted trance music (and why wouldn't... More >>

  • Lau Nau+Kuupuu

    published July 6, 2010

    These two important Finnish female folk-experimentalists should deliver a long, strange evening of nature-rooted weirdness. Laura Naukkarinen's... More >>

  • 'Latin Alternative Music Conference Showcase'

    published July 6, 2010

    Who says corporate rock is dead? El Insituto Mexicano de Sonido is the brainchild of Mexico City-based DJ and producer Camilo Lara, who also... More >>

  • Garage a Trois+the Dead Kenny G's

    published July 6, 2010

    Insolently awesome since 1999, the intermittently revived instrumental quartet Garage a Trois consists of the hair-raising saxophonist Skerik,... More >>

  • Gary Lucas

    published June 29, 2010

    Letting it all hang out solo-acoustic style on his 1945 Gibson J-45 and 1926 National steel axes, this powerful and profoundly inquisitive... More >>

  • Ethan Lipton & His Orchestra

    published June 29, 2010

    Songwriter Ethan Lipton is an ambivalent nostalgist with a playwright's ear (because he is one) for conversational lyrics. On his cautionary third... More >>

Display results per page << Prev  |  1  |  2  |  3  |  4  |  5  |  6  |  Next >>
Archives: 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003 | 2002 | 2001 | 2000 | 1999 | 1998
Loading...