That Dog. are proof that the '90s were a very different time, one when an alt-pop band with three women, one guy, extraordinarily catchy songs ("Never Say Never" and "Long Island" were every bit the equal of "Buddy Holly" and "Say It Ain't So"), and a cool gimmick (full-time violinist Petra Haden) c ... More >>
by David Drake The '90s revival has been going on for a couple of years now, and it's hard to imagine a trendier time to be a food-obsessive. Surely there is no better time for a Cibo Matto reunion? Miho Hatori and Yuka Honda's 1994 debut Viva La Woman! still feels like a singular slice of ... More >>
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Yuka Honda can see up your pants leg. The owners of the now-shuttered Tonic weren't just pipe-dreaming when they talked about continuing to put on shows a few blocks away at Abrons Arts Center. This Saturday, June 16, Yuka Honda headlines the Grand Street spot with collaborator Petra Haden. You kno ... More >>