Following a blistering three-set performance on New Year’s Eve (that included twenty minutes of improvisational wizardry behind the veil of an hourglass-shaped curtain just before midnight), Phish returned to Madison Square Garden for the third of four sold out shows …
“A Decemberists’ New Year’s Eve is going to be a little dour.”
The famed D.C. club rang in the new year with a gypsy punk classic
A final concert highlights a legacy of doing things on their own terms.
Legendary Brooklyn hip-hop trio gives another rebirth of slick.
Be it sadness or beauty, Sheff’s fans felt something much more powerful than a nostalgia trip.
The musician proved her ability to transcend labels in Chicago’s most fitting venue.
The Black Keys’ side project feels like more than a detour
Bradford Cox continues to challenge himself onstage both as a solo act and frontman.
The focus that a Beach House concert demands is something special to witness.
Abel Tesfaye continues to grow even more larger than life.
Some of the artist’s most cherished songs highlight a play that looks to outer space
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