King Krule show promises artist longevity

King Krule graced the stage of the Brighton Music Hall last Thursday night in support of his debut album 6 Feet Beneath the Moon. I arrived just in time for the headlining set, somewhat surprised to see that the show had sold out. When an artist blows up as fast as King Krule, you can’t […]

Sunday Mourning: Remembering Lou Reed

Brian Eno is often quoted claiming that The Velvet Underground’s first album only sold a few thousand copies, but everyone who bought one formed a band. Maybe this anecdote is little more than a gem of hyperbolic rock mythos, but the influence of the Velvets cannot be overstated. Under the spotlight stood lead singer and songwriter Lou Reed, a […]

Dan Deacon is pretty great, heads up. Before I get too caught up on talking about how great he is, let me tell you about this amazing opportunity. Tonight. 7pm. Concert. What. Up. Meet me there and we will jam out with our yams out. Anyway. Remember this? That’s Dan Deacon. Dan Deacon also makes […]

This week I’ve been listening to some strange music. According to the world’s most trusted source of answers about anything, Wikipedia, experimental music is something that “pushes the boundaries of the genre, or incorporates unorthodox, new, distinctly unique ingredients.” Whatever it is that I’ve been listening to lately, it certainly is unique. This experimental mood […]