Guest Post by Jonas Barnes By now, you’ve read the headlines about the disastrous misfire from Ja Rule (yes, that Ja Rule) & company known as “Fyre Festival“. And you’ve all seen the pictures comparing it to “Mad Max: Thunderdome” if it were sponsored by Ciroc Vodka & Vera Wang.
Fresh off their widely acclaimed 2016 record “Away,” Okkervil River have announced a special limited run of acoustic trio shows which will feature fan requests and rarities. These are the first trio shows the band has ever done, and will be limited to four intimate concerts in unusually small rooms.
Amir Mohamed el Khalifa, better known by his stage name Oddisee, is a Sudanese-American rapper and producer originally from Washington, DC, but currently calling Brooklyn as his home. He is one third of Diamond District. He was also part of the Low Budget Crew. Oddisee was originally influenced by his parents’ heritages, combined with
Sixteen awesome indie and punk artists banded together for this charitable covers compilation that includes the songs of Tom Petty, Green Day, Rick Astley, and many more timeless musicians (try listening to Never Gonna Give You Up) and not get it stuck in your head). We all enjoy quality renditions
A lot of things don’t last; relationships, houseplants, and Trump’s presidency (hopefully). Yet in a world of breakups and deaths, one thing has last for a decade now. Come April 22nd, Record Store Day will be celebrating its 10-year anniversary creating awareness for independent vinyl shops and releasing some really
Kick off festival season with Sacramento’s Third Annual First Festival. 40 bands, 3 stages, live comedy, art, vendors, food, and craft beer right on the Sacramento River. Participate in interactive art projects and then head over to the Burly Beverages Soda Lounge. Or kick off the weekend at local favorite Jimboy’s
Sondre Lerche is a Brooklyn-based Norwegian singer/songwriter/composer/guitarist. His eclectic and richly melodic debut, ‘Faces Down,’ written and recorded at 16, was named among the best albums of the year, and listed as one of the most remarkable debuts of 2002 by Rolling Stone Magazine. Follow-up ‘Two Way Monologue’ was an