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ATP was the year's finest festival. We've already covered that. But the band performances are only half the (All Tomorrow's) party. For a weekend, the mountain resort that inspired Dirty Dancing is a…   Read Story »
Some 90 acts descended upon Champaign-Urbana, IL this past weekend, performing across 14 venues and four days for the fifth annual Pygmalion Music Festival. We sent photographer John Gitchoff to…   Read Story »
Our second year at Kutsher's was rainier than the first, but that didn't matter so much to us or, seemingly, the other attendees: If anything, this year felt more celebratory (and debauched) than…   Read Story »
Some 30,000 people over two days crammed into the six-block area in San Diego's East Village that hosted the 25th annual Street Scene this past weekend. That's a strong number, albeit down from last…   Read Story »
Last week you got a listen to "Cool Jumper," which served as the debut of Nathan Williams' collaboration with Zach Hill as well as his new, seemingly unpopular haircut. In a studio clip posted by…   Read Story »
Folks are generally more interested in Wavves' broken bones and breakdowns than the guy's actual music. Which is a bit of a drag. It's not for a lack of sounds: Beyond Wavves and Wavvves and various…   Read Story »
This has been an amazing spring if you're a Guillermo Scott Herren fan, and a truly expensive one if you're a Guillermo Scott Herren completist. The master glitch purveyor has been in the process of…   Read Story »
Omar Rodríguez-López has a new band. The Mars Volta songwriter/multi-instrumentalist is calling it El Grupo Nuevo de Omar Rodríguez-López because it rolls off the tongue but he could also call it…   Read Story »
Zach Hills brings a lot to Marnie Stern's This Is It.... On his own recent solo album The Astrological Straits, he in turn benefits from the help of his friends, including Stern (and Les Claypool,…   Read Story »
We're not too far off from the release of Marnie Stern's follow-up to last year's In Advance Of The Broken Arm. And I learned something this Labor Day weekend, while literally listening to nothing…   Read Story »