Acclaimed instrumental electronic rock band STS9--hailed as “one of the country’s most intriguing, innovative outfits around”--is pumped up and ready to hit the ground running this fall on their “Autumn Tour 2014.” This will mark the band’s first official headlining run in over a year.
Since releasing Random Album Title in 2008, electronic music producer deadmau5’s rise to the upper echelons has been nothing short of meteoric. This winter, he’ll release 5 years of mau5, a retrospective double album encompassing highlights from his most beloved back catalog alongside exclusive and new remixes from friends of mau5trap.
React Presents continues the tradition of bringing some of the most innovative and forward thinking artists through Chicago to celebrate the inaugural REACTion New Year's Eve. With critically acclaimed acts Zedd and Porter Robinson the past two years performing to over a combined 18,000 fans, React Presents is thrilled to welcome bass-heavy innovators ZEDS DEAD back to Chicago for a two night New Year's Eve Run at the Aragon Ballroom.
Gentle Giant is delighted to present its first "official" live recording since 1976's “Playing the Fool Live."
Titled “Gentle Giant Live at the Bicentennial,” the recording was taken from a concert on the eve of the United States' 200th Birthday--July 3rd 1976 at the Calderone Theater, Hempstead, Long Island, which was broadcast on radio station, WLIR.
There are no overdubs or other enhancements on this truly live recording. It features Gentle Giant unedited, uninhibited and unrepentant.
Monika Leigh featured on The Voice (Season 5) continues to sharpen her talent and pursues her musical, career goals. Embarking on her latest project, Monika Leigh and The Swamp Rebels, Grateful Web talks to Monika Leigh in Colorado before her show in Denver.
Grateful Web: Hi Monica. This is Vinh Nguyen with Grateful Web. How are you?
Monika: Hi Vinh! Good. How are you?
The Steel Wheels bring their Slipstream Tour to to Ozark on Saturday, October 18 , when they perform at Yonder Mountain String Band's Harvest Festival. The Steel Wheels are renowned for their raw energy and chemistry on stage, where they cluster tightly around a single microphone to adorn Trent Wagler's unmistakable tenor with bell-clear four part harmonies complimented by Eric Brubaker's fiddle, Brian Dickel's upright bass and Jay Lapp on the mandolin and guitars.