Reviews

The National: Boxer

The release of the 2005 album Alligator made the The National one of the most buzzworthy bands in the country. They became the darlings of critics and bloggers, and the album ended up on a number of “best of th...

Neurosis: Given To The Rising

If 2004’s The Eye Of Every Storm was an expansive foray into the band’s experimental atmospheric tendencies, then certainly Given To The Rising is Neurosis reinterpreting the sound that established them as unde...
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Stephen Marley @ Nokia Theatre

NEW YORK, NY—With stenciled road cases bearing the name “Tuff Gong” littering the stage and rhythms of African transcendence blaring though the house speakers, there is only one plausible assumption of who is h...
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Levon Helm @ Midnight Ramble

WOODSTOCK, NY—Try to remember the last time you went to a see a band at Giants Stadium. Remember all the people? Remember how far you had to walk from the parking lot and how far your expensive seats were from ...

Wilco: Sky Blue Sky

Sky Blue Sky is yet another strong collection of songs from the Chicago-based sextet Wilco. Well-produced and conceived with focus, the album is a remarkable follow-up to 2004’s A Ghost Is Born. That album, whi...
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