All good music resembles something. Good music stirs by its mysterious resemblance to the objects and feelings which motivated it."-Jean Cocteau
As some type of grown-up no wave proselytizers, Quebec's AIDS Wolf have been banging on writhing, rusted garbage cans for years now, leaving tinnitus, breached tympanic membranes, and abstract morals behind them like a preening snail trail wherever they roam.
Music festivals are an odd thing, and College Music Journal's annual New York buzzathon is absolutely no exception. Well over a thousand bands play officially and unofficially during its four days, attempting to attract some of the game-changing eyes milling and handshaking around lower Manhattan ... More >>
With school back in session, there's plenty of live music for the under-21 crowd
Charm to debut at 7th St. Entry release show
Group talks personal politics, strategies for change
Hear ye, hear ye, if you're not deaf by now-- the godmothers and fathers of screechy noise rock will headline our Holiest of Holies on July 21.
Feedback loops and busted eardrums are in store for you on May 21st.
Rings of fire and glitter cannons? Who could compete with that? Brit Brit spent her Target Center performance eclipsed by an embarrassment of riches.