Reflecting on the past, discussing the future and getting weird with Adam Turla of Murder By Death

Chances are that the moment people hear the unique and soulful sound of Murder by Death, most of them will instantly become a fan. The band, made up of Lead singer Adam Turla, cellist Sarah Balliet, drummer Dagan Thogerson, David Fountain on the piano (and pretty much everything else) and Continue Reading

Pussy Riot to embark on North American tour, to play massive New York City show

Many people know of the Russian protest punk band Pussy Riot through video footage of their demonstrations and protests against the Russian government. Just before the new year, the punk group announced that they will be embarking on a North American headlining tour this spring. Starting on March 13 in Continue Reading

Chelsea Cutler – Alexander 23 – X Lovers // Louisville, KY // 2.23.20

Chelsea Cutler with Alexander 23, X Lovers Mercury Ballroom Louisville, KY February 23rd, 2020 Chelsea Cutler, EDM singer, made her way to Louisville, Kentucky with guests Alexander 23 and X Lovers on her tour How To Be Human. You could feel the anticipation in the room while waiting for Chelsea Continue Reading

Beach Bunny Release Debut Album “Honeymoon”

Chicago’s indie act Beach Bunny release their debut album Honeymoon, fitting for lovers of “heart-on-your-sleeve” music. Honeymoon is an album full of honesty and innocence, that combines in a way that makes the music tunefully exuberant. Lead singer, Lily Trifilio writes music overcoming self-doubt, that at face-value can seem archetypal, Continue Reading

Thrice – mewithoutYou – Drug Church // Denver, CO // 01.28.20

Thrice with mewithoutYou and Drug Church Summit Music Hall Denver, CO January 28th, 2020   The 15 Year Vheissu Anniversary tour Strolled through The Mile High City on January 28th. Our location, unfortunately, drew the small end of the stick when it came to set times. Opening band, Holy Fawn, Continue Reading

Mac Miller’s posthumously released album, “Circles”, is a reminder of his absence and a celebration of his life.

Mac Miller’s posthumous release, Circles, is bittersweet. I had not realized that at the time of his passing, he was also working on music and enough so that it could be pulled together into a full album. So, I did not think “Circles” would ever really be something. When his family Continue Reading