Ozric Tentacles: Sacred Psychedelics

Coming from across the pond, psychedelic veterans Ozric Tentacles will be playing at the Ardmore Music Hall (about 20 minutes outside of Philadelphia) on June 13 and B.B. King Blues Club (in New York City) on June 14. Having just released their 15th studio album, Technicians Of The Sacred

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Monster Jam – Path Of Destruction: Ready To Crush It

Can’t make it out to the Monster Jam World Finals in Vegas? MetLife Stadium will host this year’s Monster Jam: Path Of Destruction, wherein a fleet of 20 will bulldoze an array of crush cars, vans, and buses: 50 victims in total. Crowd favorites like El Toro Loco, Metal …

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Calexico: On The Edge Of Genre

Much like the bordertown from which Calexico takes its name, this 25-year-old band doesn’t stick to any one style, genre, culture, or language. Their new album, Edge Of The Sun, starts out slow, countrylike, perfect for driving down an Arizona highway. Listen long enough, though, and you’ll get the …

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The Liza Colby Sound: Or, Maybe, Liza Zeppelin

Liza Colby of The Liza Colby Sound rather aptly describes her band as “Tina Turner fronting Led Zeppelin”—you could throw in some of Diana Ross’ soul, too. Along with Adam Roth on guitar, C.P. Roth on drums, and Alec Morton on bass, Colby roars through songs like “Bad Love,” “All …

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Northside Festival: Back In Brooklyn

Yep, everyone’s been hanging out in Brooklyn without you: but this time it’ll be for the Northside Festival, New York’s 400-band-strong indie spectacle. You can see new headliners like the explosive noise pop pair Sleigh Bells and Zola Jesus (think Florence And The Machine with a techno feel). Or …

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