Interview with My Morning Jacket: Songs For The Road

Give My Morning Jacket an open road and they’ll jam it with fans. At least that’s what the Louisville, Kentucky band’s been doing for nearly a decade. There’s just something about these hillbilly rockers that people can’t help but like. Maybe it’s those honest, sweet guitar sounds juxtaposed with the …

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Nelly McKay @ Joe’s Pub

NEW YORK, NY- Sitting pretty in a pink chiffon dress and matching hair ribbon singer/pianist Nelly McKay filled her Joe’s Pub set on April 1 with an unusual mix of jazz, rap, techno, politics, and zombies. She tapped out tracks from her new album, Obligatory Villagers, along with a …

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Cat Power @ Terminal 5

NEW YORK, NY—As she slinked across stage it was easy to see that Chan Marshall, who performs as Cat Power, was well past her age of doubt. A few years sober, with her infamous stage antics and breakdowns now a distant memory, she was lovely, confident, and maybe even happy …

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Gogol Bordello: Interview with Gypsy Punks

If a pack of gypsies known as Gogol Bordello pass through your town, beware. It means Cultural Revolution is in the air; at least that’s what the band hopes its music, inspired by Ukrainian Gypsy culture, will provoke. And if you find upon listening to the band’s new album, GYPSY

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