3 days ago | Blues
The blues has always been about regionalism. While feeling, intent, and themes consistently overlap the form, there's no denying the particular impact of an artist's surroundings. Forceful Chicago blues will never be mistaken for gritty Texas blue...
5 days ago | Concerts
When a band loses its last original member, it’s typically the signal for the remaining members to call it quits. In the case of Yes, which began in 1968, the musical legacy outshines the sums of its parts. Yes is a band that was always destined t...
14 days ago
18 days ago | Concerts
"It feels good to get into weird stuff," Heaters bassist/vocalist Nolan Krebs says of the trio's deep, spaced-out, fuzzy psychedelia, the kind that comes only from full immersion into the darkest recesses of the form. "It's hard to say why that is...
26 days ago | Concerts
Developing the rootsy edge that inhabits Jackie Greene’s latest album — and first in five years — Back to Birth, has been a long time coming. Though Greene was once hailed as the “New Dylan” for his acoustic guitar/harmonica soirées during the cof...
29 days ago