Allie X: Solve For X

Canadian Singer-songwriter Allie X does her best to keep some mystery in her persona. Allie X released her album, CollXtion I, in April 2015 via Universal Music. Her album, which is the first of many she plans to release in this collection, is a multimedia experience as she includes graphics …

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Larry Campbell And Teresa Williams: First Come Marriage, Then Comes Album

Multi-instrumentalist/vocalist Larry Campbell, from New York City, and guitarist/vocalist Teresa Williams, originally from Peckerwood Point, Tennessee, joined forces in marriage in the ‘80s and now finally in their self-titled album, Larry Campbell And Teresa Williams. Both Campbell and Williams have accompanied many well-known artists such as Bob Dylan in …

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Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival: Mirman Brings The Mirth

For those who can’t get enough of Bob’s Burgers (read: everyone), the show’s own Eugene Mirman (Gene Belcher) will be hosting his 8th Annual Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival from Sept. 18-21 at Brooklyn’s Bell House and Union Hall. While the lineup is not yet finalized, on the docket for …

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The Fratellis: Fratellis’ Fourth

Scottish rockers and Chelsea Dagger balladeers The Fratellis will be performing their poppy yet flippant alt rock at Webster Hall on Sept. 18 and the Theatre Of Living Arts on Sept. 22. Expect them to promote songs from their fourth album, Eyes Wide, Tongue Tied, which came out …

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Kathleen Madigan: Mad About Madigan

When Lewis Black calls a comedian “the funniest comedian in America, bar none,” you probably don’t want to miss that artist (or risk crossing Black in general). That said, the 25-year comedy veteran, Kathleen Madigan, has previously performed on Last Comic Standing, Conan O’Brien, The Late Show

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IAMDYNAMITE: I Am Not Man, I Am Dynamite

IAMDYNAMITE is an ‘80s-inspired duo comprised of Chris Phillips on drums/vocals and Christopher Martin on guitar and lead vocals. The two musicians are originally from Michigan; their new album, Wasa Tusa, was released via Brando Records Aug. 7. Wasa Tusa is upbeat, fun and reminiscent of ‘80s pop. The …

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Delta Deep: Delta Deep In The Blues

They’re the Allman-ish deviation you never knew you wanted from Def Leppard’s Phil Collen, Stone Temple Pilots’ Robert DeLeo, blues vocalist Debbi Blackwell-Cook, and jazz/rock drummer Forrest Robinson. And now, blues outfit Delta Deep will be playing at Gramercy Park at 8 p.m. on Sept. 11. The group is …

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Freedy Johnston: From Bad Reputation To Repairman

New York City-based singer-songwriter Freedy Johnston, best known for his song “Bad Reputation,” is at it again with his new album, Neon Repairman, which was released via Singing Magnet Records in June 2015. The title song, “Neon Repairman,” is a storytelling experience about a repairman who goes from …

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Danielle de Picciotto: Discovery Art Through Nomadism

Danielle de Picciotto, U.S. born turned German resident since 1987 musician/multimedia artist, releases a graphic diary, We Are Gypsies Now! which invites readers to experience the first 18 months of the artist’s life with her husband, Alexander Hacke (Einstürzende Neubauten), as they leave behind all material possessions …

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Loverboy: End Of Summer Ain’t A Bad Thing

How can anyone forget the song “Working For The Weekend” when it’s the truth—plain and simple. We always anticipate those glorious Saturday mornings so we can slip on those ancient, fuzzy slippers and relish coffee in an actual mug. Well, the very band who brought us that iconic song is …

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