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Dawes
Published on Oct 11th, 2010
0 comments Alt-rockers gone folk in the grand tradition of classic 1960's Laurel Canyon bands like the Byrds and Buffalo Springfield – a good match, given that current Laurel Canyon folk figurehead...
Tractorbeam
Published on Oct 10th, 2010
0 comments The Disco Biscuits head down the mall after the much larger Pavilion show and dress up as their alter-ego band Tractorbeam for Halloween – not a bad look, since that means it'll be a set of...
Gene Ween
Published on Oct 10th, 2010
0 comments Solo acoustic outing from Aaron Freeman consisting of covers and songs by his eponymous cult-fave wacko rock band. Ween - You Were The Fool
The Hackensaw Boys
Published on Oct 10th, 2010
0 comments Widely celebrated and mildly spastic revolving-door local bluegrass band. The Hackensaw Boys - Too Much Time The Hackensaw Boys - Oh Girl Jim Waive and the Young Divorcees - Strike A Match
Indecision
Published on Oct 10th, 2010
0 comments Local jamband.
The New Deal
Published on Oct 10th, 2010
0 comments Electronica rock improv trio. Malian-American rock fusion crew Toubab Krewe opens by furiously picking both koras and guitars. The New Deal - Don't Blame Yourself [featuring Feist]
The Gaslight Anthem
Published on Sep 27th, 2010
0 comments Unabashed Springsteen idolatry may be the flavor du jour these days for a number of younger bands, but liberally tattooed Gaslight frontman Brian Fallon's accordingly ragged howl charges forward...
Donna The Buffalo
Published on Sep 27th, 2010
0 comments Rootsy New York folk-rockers who owe a major artistic debt to the Grateful Dead, and also got a major career boost from the resulting jamband fan scene's tape trading.
Wiz Khalifa
Published on Sep 13th, 2010
0 comments The underground hip hop rising star's promising mixtape and resulting recent trajectory has made him the indisputable pride of Pittsburgh rap. With Big K.R.I.T.
DJ Logic
Published on Sep 13th, 2010
0 comments Jamband turntablist. The Downbeat Project opens. The Downbeat Project - I Want You [live at Is Venue, RIP] The Downbeat Project - Heaven The Downbeat Project - He Lost Faith The Downbeat Project...
Martin Sexton
Published on Sep 12th, 2010
0 comments Wildly influential singer-songwriter and figurehead for Boston folkies
Ratatat
Published on Sep 12th, 2010
0 comments It still feels a bit silly to call Ratatat an electronic project, even if they're heavily based around laptops, because their aesthetic is much more inclined toward pop hooks than most of the...
The Books
Published on Sep 12th, 2010
0 comments Strange experimental found-sound audio loop patchworks built from pulsing electronics, chopped samples, and occasionally even field recordings, all accompanied by meticulously-arranged video...
Stephen Kellogg and the Sixers
Published on Sep 6th, 2010
0 comments College-rock singer-songwriter. With singer-songwriter Roy Jay and the Small Ponds, the new band from Caitlin Cary, better known as Ryan Adams' better half in Whiskeytown.
Corey Smith
Published on Sep 6th, 2010
0 comments Country-rock songwriter Corey Smith - Twenty One Country-rock songwriter Corey Smith - Twenty One
Who's Bad
Published on Sep 6th, 2010
0 comments Man, Michael Jackson tributes sure feel different now, don't they?
Sons Of Bill
Published on Sep 6th, 2010
0 comments Country rock. The Hill And Wood open. Sons Of Bill - Broken Bottles Sons Of Bill - Joey's Arm Sons Of Bill - Rock And Roll The Hill And Wood - I Can Say What You Want
The X Band
Published on Sep 6th, 2010
0 comments Go-go. Q*Black and the Illville Crew open.
Crosby, Stills and Nash
Published on Sep 6th, 2010
0 comments 1960's folk-rock legends
Parachute
Published on Sep 5th, 2010
0 comments Local pop-rock savants