Cameron Wittig The debut album by Milagres almost never happened. The indie-rock group's singer and main songwriter Kyle Wilson had grown weary of his band and Brooklyn, so he traveled to rural British Columbia to rough it and contemplate his future. While rock climbing, he fell and suffered ... More >>
Scottish tear-jerkers play Webster Hall
The back patio in 2007 Let it be known that Todd P's deftly orchestrated unofficial all-day parties are one of the SXSW's undisputed highlights, tucked a few blocks away from the main Sixth Street drag on the back patio of Ms. Bea's, the best dive bar South of Rosemary's Greenpoint Tavern. So we a ... More >>
SXSW 2009: the sound of a thousand Babydick jokes cracking. Full list, with arbitrarily bolded highlights, below.
Michael Dracula, "What Can I Do For You? (Demo)" (MP3) Hugs And Kisses The Continuing Outbursts of Everett True This week: Michael Dracula (a lady living in Scotland making heavy-lidded cabaret) When I was in my late teens, NYC’s Ze Records held more than a passing fascination for me: James Cha ... More >>
A few months ago, Brighton four-piece Electrelane went on "indefinite hiatus." We sniffled. Plan B publisher/SOC weekly columnist Everett True just caught the band's final hometown send-off. He sniffled. E-mail your sniffles to Everett at firstname.lastname@example.org Hugs And Kisses The Continued Outbur ... More >>