One day, the deep and noble abyss, with whom Blue has spent decades cultivating a relationship, started staring back at her. She kept seeing flashes of a white buffalo on the hills, but did not understand. Speaking to Bleu with a kind compassion the abyss offered, “Follow your faith, for this is the mother womb from which all life grew, grows and flows. Follow your bliss thread and take a chance on Beloved.” She came in like the wind, and like the blessed noble nothingness, disappeared. “Everything is nothing with a twist.
Autograf will partner with Goldroom for a major 30+ date live co-headline tour of North America including stops in New York’s Terminal 5, Los Angeles’ The Novo, San Francisco’s The Fox, among others. With both acts bringing live instrumentation on the road, as well as performing new original music, these shows will offer a glimpse at the future sound of American electronic music.
Catskill Chill is doing more than just improving their campsite this year. Chill moved fifteen miles down the road to a brand new campground with rad accommodations.
Will this be the chilliest of the Chills? Yes. Did Chill skip out on a killer, funky line up? Abso-funkin-lutely not.
Today, HeadCount unveiled a schedule of over 300 concert events in 80+ cities that will host voter registration and get-out-the-vote drives before Election Day on November 8th.
The Tedeschi Trucks Band displayed in Oakland, California, why its stock has vaulted the group toward the top echelon of touring outfits and headlining roles at many-a-music festival. Anchored by a couple of blues-rock stalwarts, each with a consummate musical pedigree, the husband-and-wife team of Susan Tedeschi and Derek Trucks presided over the 12-piece ensemble’s performance on Sept. 8 that was all at once brilliant, exhilarating, wide-ranging, and classy.
Midway through Thievery Corporation's 20th Anniversary Tour they are hitting the west coast this month for a number of dates including The Greek Theater in Los Angeles. This is indeed an anniversary celebration as this ensemble has gained a noteworthy fan base without commercial airplay but rather word of mouth, viral media, dance floor rotation, compilations, touring and of course only possible due to their exceptionally great melodies, beats, arrangements and defining bass lines.
Friday nights at the AVALON Hollywood typically consist of a DJs and electronic acts performing on the main stage, replete with wrap around screens, lasers, and stage lights, as well as the lobby stage in this historic nightclub. Friday night was not a normal night near the corner of Hollywood & Vine however, as Michael Travis and Jason Hann of The String Cheese Incident brought their organic, improvisational brand of electronic music to Control Fridays with EOTO (original
Today, Leftover Salmon announced New Year’s plans with two nights at Crystal Bay Casino in Nevada December 28 with Tea Leaf Green and December 29 with The Mother Hips, and at The Depot in Salt Lake City on December 31 (3 sets). Fan Club tickets go on sale this Wednesday, September 14, with general on sale beginning Friday, September 16 at