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Review + Photos: Still Flyin’, Social Studies, La Corde @ Rickshaw 1/14

Still Flyin' grandstanded the audience at Rickshaw last Friday night, flooding the stage with two percussionists, three backup singers and some epic dance songs. Jamming through songs off their [...]

By |January 20, 2011|Comments Off on Review + Photos: Still Flyin’, Social Studies, La Corde @ Rickshaw 1/14

Review & Photos: The Goldenhearts, The Moanin’ Dove, Linda Perry @ CELLspace 11/5/10

I arrived last Friday night in the cavernous CELLspace during a set by Linda Perry. Known both for her work with 4 Non Blondes and as a producer/songwriter for [...]

By |November 8, 2010|2 Comments

Photos & Review: The Crooked Jades @ The Episcopal Church of St. Mary 10/10

So, I went to church last Sunday. To be honest, I'm not a churchgoer, but the Episcopal Church of St. Mary hosts a neat series of free shows called [...]

By |October 18, 2010|Comments Off on Photos & Review: The Crooked Jades @ The Episcopal Church of St. Mary 10/10

Review: Sam Amidon + Chloe Makes Music @ Cafe du Nord 9/13

For the first time since I've been going to Cafe du Nord, it was silent during the sets. Since it was Monday, there wasn't a rowdy bar crowd and [...]

By |September 16, 2010|2 Comments

Chloe Makes Music – “The Duel” (featuring Chris Chu of The Morning Benders)

Quirky and lithe-voiced Chloe Makes Music is releasing her debut record The Puppeteer this fall. Produced by the prolific Chris Chu (The Morning Benders), it features the talented musicians [...]

By |September 10, 2010|6 Comments

Preview: John Vanderslice on One Night Music

I had the luck of joining an intimate audience last Saturday to watch John Vanderslice record a session with the awesome blog One Night Music at Pirate Cat Radio. [...]

By |July 27, 2010|Comments Off on Preview: John Vanderslice on One Night Music

Review & Video: A B & the Sea, What Laura Says, So Many Wizards @ Cafe Du Nord 7/7

Local favorites A B & the Sea brought their retro pop to Cafe Du Nord last Wednesday as a part of the local showcase The Rumble. Two out-of-towners -- [...]

By |July 12, 2010|Comments Off on Review & Video: A B & the Sea, What Laura Says, So Many Wizards @ Cafe Du Nord 7/7

Review: My First Earthquake, The Downer Party, The Attachments @ Rickshaw, 6/17

Photos by: Anna Gazdowicz

My First Earthquake has a gift for humor that is tricky to achieve in song. Last Thursday at the Rickshaw Stop they released their new EP, [...]

By |June 21, 2010|Comments Off on Review: My First Earthquake, The Downer Party, The Attachments @ Rickshaw, 6/17

Thursday, 6/17: My First Earthquake release ‘Crush’ @ Rickshaw

Thursday night, get crushed: My First Earthquake is releasing a new EP, Crush at the Rickshaw Stop (9pm, $10). The EP was recorded in one day at Hyde Street [...]

Review and Photos: The Tyde, My Teenage Stride, Math & Physics Club, Devon Williams @ Rickshaw 5/30

Five out-of-town bands closed out Popfest on Sunday night to a modest but attentive crowd at the Rickshaw Stop. I came in during opener Devon Williams' set, catching the [...]

By |June 3, 2010|Comments Off on Review and Photos: The Tyde, My Teenage Stride, Math & Physics Club, Devon Williams @ Rickshaw 5/30

Review: Birds & Batteries, Judgement Day, Sister Crayon @ Rickshaw 5/28

Photos by: Irja Elisa

In a city with heavy feet, three bands expertly got the kids dancing at the Rickshaw Stop last Friday. Spinning Platters presented a lineup that was [...]

By |May 31, 2010|Comments Off on Review: Birds & Batteries, Judgement Day, Sister Crayon @ Rickshaw 5/28

Review: Yeasayer @ Longshoreman’s Hall 5/8

Photos by: Anna Gazdowicz

Yeasayer, in confederacy with KIN (Microsoft's newly-released smartphone), played a secret show on Saturday night, a show that was promoted via social media sites like Facebook [...]

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