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  • Bright Eyes

    published February 23, 2011

    You wanted a hit? Well, The People's Key is Bright Eyes' most straightforward, nose-to-grindstone rock album yet, and just in time... More >>

  • NOW THE WAR

    published February 23, 2011

    Battles was only the beginning. After leaving the New York post-rock collective, composer/singer/guitarist Tyondai Braxton vowed to focus... More >>

  • FURTHER FOLK

    published February 23, 2011

    Psychedelia and neo-folk are in multicultural array tonight, and their tension is universal: These artists all reside in quiet singer-songwriter... More >>

  • Meat Loaf

    published February 16, 2011

    One of the O.G. metallurgists is more than the savory pun of that recent insurance commercial. You'd do well to remember. This year's promised new... More >>

  • ANYONE FOR TENNIS?

    published February 16, 2011

    We're just gonna say it: Tennis beats Hockey. The Denver husband-and-wife duo, Patrick Riley and Alaina Moor, are romantic souls, having... More >>

  • POWERHOUSE

    published February 16, 2011

    While the word "diva" gets thrown around far too judiciously nowadays, there still is one irrefutable mark: A real diva has her own perfume. So... More >>

  • WOMEN'S CLUB

    published February 16, 2011

    Many centuries after its main period of evolution, Andalusian classical music is being revitalized again by Nassima. The beautiful singer... More >>

  • 'The Scratcher Sessions Presents John Ladeau'

    published February 16, 2011

    The Voice staff's home away from home features solid singer-songwriter acts every Sunday. Solo acts and duos only; seek thy massive klezmer dance... More >>

  • COMING ATTRACTION

    published February 9, 2011

    Most action films should be the lengths of their trailers, anyway, but the fortunate others can have some epic music accompanying them. Trailer... More >>

  • BROOKLYN VIA JAPAN

    published February 9, 2011

    At the very least, Akron/Family are poised now for all sorts of “explosive” puns, but you should expect more (from the... More >>

  • KING IS QUEEN

    published February 9, 2011

    Plenty of folks have rushed to pile the accolades on Kaki King: The guitarist was nominated for a Golden Globe for her score of the movie Into... More >>

  • PARADIS IN NEW YORK

    published February 2, 2011

    Muse to Chanel and movie stars alike, French singer/model/actress Vanessa Paradis has spent a gracious lifetime in the public eye. In 1987,... More >>

  • MAMMA MIA!

    published February 2, 2011

    What do Carmela Soprano and my mother have in common? Just one thing, or so I hope to God: a primal, abiding love for Andrea Bocelli. The... More >>

  • HERE’S THEIR OFFER

    published February 2, 2011

    Wait, the Godfather actor started a band? This seems unfortunate, as M.I.A. already copped gunshot effects for good in “Paper... More >>

  • HIP-HOP STRINGS

    published January 26, 2011

    Emily Wells is a classical phenom with a cutting ear; the multi-instrumentalist raps, plays violin, and loops her own synthesizers all at... More >>

  • FUNK NATION HITS BLEECKER

    published January 26, 2011

    Gather the plastic beads, spray-tan your rude bits, and practice your TSA stance: There is just ‘One Month to Mardi Gras,’ as... More >>

  • ANALOG POP

    published January 26, 2011

    Is it no longer hackneyed to compare every slightly leftist rock outfit to the Shins? Guess that ship has sailed for good (thanks for nothing,... More >>

  • BACK TO DIZZY’S

    published January 19, 2011

    Following Ms. Worden’s evening of ultimate realization (see Thursday), here’s another terrific Lincoln Center marquee: Randy... More >>

  • PRETTY, HAPPY

    published January 19, 2011

    Kiss Each Other Clean initially sounds like a terrifically off-putting action, albeit the kind Vince Neil could really get into. Yet the... More >>

  • LINCOLN AT LAST

    published January 19, 2011

    Lincoln Center’s American Songbook Series gets an ethereal assist from Shara Worden, multi-instrumentalist of chamber/opera/rock... More >>

  • POLICE ON YOUR BACK

    published January 12, 2011

    Their sophomore album, Champ, didn’t quite incite the fervor of their debut, but Tokyo Police Club are no spring chickens... More >>

  • WANDA AND JACK

    published January 12, 2011

    Jack White is developing quite the reputation for squiring around country’s greatest dames: first, Loretta Lynn (Van Lear Rose), and... More >>

  • MEDICINE FOR THE MELANCHOLY

    published January 12, 2011

    Not to be confused with the Cure, but they occasionally share the British despondency. Not to be confused with the Germs, though their punk... More >>

  • Eli 'Paperboy' Reed

    published January 5, 2011

    We at the Voice have waxed rhapsodic about Mayer Hawthorne, the Detroit troubadour of sweet Curtis Mayfield melodies and brassy pop... More >>

  • AMERICAN GOTHIC, REVISITED

    published January 5, 2011

    David Lynch is reportedly a great fan of Black Tape for a Blue Girl, and sensibly so; the dark cabaret/chamber-rock trio mope ominously and... More >>

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