Fred Armisen hosted the inaugural Frantic City fest with Titus Andronicus, Murder City Devils, Shannon & The Clams, Protomartyr, and Control Top also on the lineup…
Interpol played their first of two hometown shows, which included material from their forthcoming LP ‘The Other Side of Make-Believe,’ along with many older classics.
Three years after releasing her debut solo LP No Home Record, Kim Gordon finally brought the album to NYC, along with her excellent backing band…
After numerous roadbumps, Kristian Matsson made his way back to his former hometown of NYC to play a two-night run at Webster Hall.
The show was a sweaty homecoming for the Brooklyn-based four piece, as vocalist Dani Miller announced, ”This is our eighth year Surfborting!”
The band’s refreshing mix of post-punk, krautrock, jazz, dance-punk and art rock translated excellently to a live setting, which consisted of highlights from their debut LP ‘Bright Green Field.’
Made on the road during the turbulent, year-long Monster tour, REM’s 10th album has only gotten better with age. We take a look back at the cult favorite, 25 years on.
The band performed a highly-energetic setlist spanning nearly a decade, including several tracks off their recent, Steve Albini-produced album ‘The Shadow I Remember.’