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The Low Anthem
Published on Oct 12th, 2009
0 comments Mixed-method Americana with elements of jazz, gospel, and blues. Also featuring peppy Portland pop and folk-rock band Blind Pilot. Blind Pilot - The Story I Heard
Real Estate
Published on Oct 5th, 2009
0 comments Lo-fi Jersey indie pop quartet driven by guitars and sometimes mentioned in the same breath as Wavves, Vivian Girls, and Titus Andronicus. Andrew Cedermark opens.
Published on Oct 5th, 2009
0 comments Irish folk quintet. Bearfoot opens.
Erin McKeown
Published on Oct 5th, 2009
0 comments Still flying high with the release of Hundreds Of Lions, her new album on Ani's Righteous Babe Records, cheeky Fredricksburg-spawned folk-rock guitarist Erin McKeown gets to tear up a brand new...
Published on Oct 5th, 2009
0 comments Powerful indie pop singer Mirah Yom Tov Zeitlyn was once sort of an Ingrid Michaelson with street cred, at least until one of her songs popped up on So You Think You Can Dance. Norfolk and...
Sara Watkins and the Infamous Stringdusters
Published on Sep 29th, 2009
1 comments Like her bandmates, Nickel Creek fiddler Sara Watkins started out as a child prodigy, turning heads in California with her shredding long before the success of her trio in the early Aughts and...
Elvis Perkins In Dearland
Published on Sep 29th, 2009
0 comments Haunted singer-songwriter Elvis Perkins' father died of AIDS after portraying serial killer Norman Bates in Psycho, and his mother was on one of the planes that crashed into the World Trade Center...
Forro In The Dark
Published on Sep 29th, 2009
0 comments Talking Head David Byrne's well-documented love of exotic music brought him most recently to Forro In The Dark, who play a special syncopated branch of Northeastern Brazilian folk music,...
Lake Street Dive and Jesse Harper
Published on Sep 27th, 2009
0 comments Jazzy country tunes from a Boston conservatory quartet whose bassist leader landed an approving nod from highbrow jazz mag Downbeat while still in high school. Also featuring Old School Freight...
Southern Culture On The Skids
Published on Sep 27th, 2009
0 comments Camel-walk your way down to the former Gravity space for another raucous set by these twangy weirdo-rockers, Southern cornballs all around to the point of hilarity even before they add the songs...
Great Lake Swimmers
Published on Sep 14th, 2009
0 comments Wow, seriously killer bill here: Canadian indie-folk hot property Great Lake Swimmers gets the marquee, as was the case with their Outback show a few months back, but those five gentle souls will...
Published on Sep 6th, 2009
0 comments This acclaimed experimental rock outfit milks haunting acoustic guitars as readily as it does abstract sound collages and is named, fittingly, after one of the headphone manufacturers best suited...
Jolie Holland
Published on Aug 16th, 2009
2 comments This acclaimed retro singer-songwriter sings a sort of hybrid indie-country-folk that seems to spring naturally from her split roots in California and Texas and her recent career-buoying...
The Books
Published on Aug 16th, 2009
0 comments This Prefuse 73-approved experimental duo borrows liberally from electronic music, rock, and folk underneath the glow of on-stage video projections. Their latest album, "Lost And Safe," features...
Titus Andronicus
Published on Aug 3rd, 2009
0 comments This being their third local show since March, it's obvious that Jersey punk-rockers Titus Andronicus are going to keep coming back until you go see 'em. Get on it. Titus Andronicus - Titus...
Six Organs Of Admittance
Published on Jan 19th, 2008
0 comments Drone-laden and vaguely folk-tinged experimental guitar instrumentals
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