Prepare to be enthralled as One Time Weekend, Connecticut's renowned shred-funk quartet, invites you to a spectacular evening of musical revelry and exhilarating live performance art at the "Masquerade of Madness" event, set to take place at the iconic Infinity Hall in Hartford, CT.
Date: Saturday, December 2, 2023 Venue: Infinity Hall Hartford, 32 Front St., Hartford, CT, 06103 Doors Open: 7 PM Show Starts: 8 PM
When Kaskade (Ryan Raddon) and deadmau5 (Joel Zimmerman) first partnered on their 2008 smash “I Remember,” the pair were leading names in the rapidly expanding electronic music scene that enraptured a generation of music lovers across America. 15 years later, the duo formalized their occasional collaborations and long-running friendship into Kx5. Now Kaskade and deadmau5 as Kx5 celebrate the project with a GRAMMY® nomination for “Best Dance/Electronic Album” for their self-titled, independently released album Kx5 (mau5trap/Arkade/AWAL).
Today, Rhino’s premium vinyl series, Rhino High Fidelity (Rhino Hi-Fi), continues with the next installment of timeless quality reissues. The Doobie Brothers’ The Captain And Me (1973) and Herbie Hancock’s Crossings (1972), are available exclusively at Rhino.com and select Warner Music stores worldwide. Each is limited to 5,000 numbered copies and retails for $39.98. Order Here.
Lettuce Reveals the First-Ever Digital Release of 'VIBE,' a 48-minute Journey of Improvisation Accompanied by a National Tour in February
GRAMMY-nominated funk-jazz-soul-hip-hop-psychedelic-jam-experimental titans Lettuce will release their 48-minute continuous session of pure, free-flowing music entitled VIBE on digital streaming platforms worldwide Friday, November 17th. The release was previously only available on a limited run of vinyl.
Luther Dickinson of North Mississippi Allstars just released his new solo album, Magic Music For Family Folk via New West/Antone's Records. The 11-song set was produced by Dickinson and features his rendition of favorite songs from his childhood by The Meters, Staple Singers, John Lee Hooker, Mississippi John Hurt, Doc Watson and more.
Congratulations to Ibrahim Maalouf for earning a GRAMMY nomination for Best Global Music Performance for his song “Todo Colores” featuring Tank & the Bangas and Cimafunk. This is the French-Lebanese trumpeter/composer and global music star’s second career GRAMMY nomination. Last year he earned his first nomination for Best Global Album for Queen Of Sheba, created with Angelique Kidjo.
Fresh off a "Best Bluegrass Album" GRAMMY Nomination, Mighty Poplar is headed out on the road in Winter 2024. Bringing together Andrew Marlin from Watchhouse, Noam Pikelny and Chris Eldridge from Punch Brothers, and Greg Garrison (Leftover Salmon), Mighty Poplar was formed as a vehicle for these artists to explore their love of improvisation through bluegrass. Legendary bluegrass fiddler Stuart Duncan will be joining them on tour!
Thursday, February 15, 2024
Vilar PAC - Beaver Creek, CO
Peter Hook & The Light have announced a mammoth run of dates for 2024, taking in full tours of Australia and New Zealand, North America and the UK and Ireland. The live dates will see the band play the Substance albums by Joy Division and New Order in full. Venue pre-sale tickets will be available tomorrow, Wednesday, November 15 from 10am local time with general sale tickets available this Friday, November 17 from 10am local time here: https://peterhookandthelight.live.
Proceeds From Willi Carlisle’s Heartbreaking New Single “When The Pills Wear Off” To Be Donated To Appalachian Recovery Non-Profit, Hope In The Hills
“It’s kind of about getting a little older, moving from hard drugs and hookups to bedroom sex and pharmaceuticals,” says folksinger Willi Carlisle of his latest single “When The Pills Wear Off.” “It’s an amalgam of queer stories that I’ve heard, lived, and seen.” Devastating and gorgeous, Carlisle’s fingerpicked ballad serves as the penultimate tune from his upcoming album Critterland—out January 26th via Signature Sounds—and a flawless example of the songcraft that’s garnered fans like Tyler Childers and BJ Barham.
Julian Lage has released “Omission” — a reverent new single imbued with a pastoral swing — and announced his upcoming Speak to Me Tour which will take the guitar virtuoso across the United States and Europe in Spring 2024. “Omission” finds the acclaimed producer Joe Henry enhancing Lage’s trademark melodic lyricism and features Julian on acoustic and electric guitars, Jorge Roeder on bass, Dave King on drums, and Patrick Warren on piano.