The end of American musical festivals as we know and love them?
Director of Aux.Out.; Contributing Editor
Articles by Michael Roffman
The small festival overcame last-minute obstacles to allow good music and better vibes to rule the day.
The New Pornographers sounded better than ever Friday night in L.A.
A visual and auditory treat despite the societal anxiety.
It’s twee. It’s a girl with a ukulele. It’s soft, sentimental, rehash. And it’s gold.
Northern California sure sounds better to me than October in Texas.
A night of surprisingly tight covers and celebration.
It might be braver for them to wipe the grin off and try something more earnest.
1100 fans, one restaurant patio, BBQ dreams, and plenty of headgear.
A laid-back and memorable Hollywood Bowl debut for a Brazilian recording legend.
How many of you remember Street Fighter 2?
Three acts who understood and respected what the night meant to their audience and delivered on those expectations.