The legendary Bart Cook was on hand Saturday to whip Agon into shape -- that 1957 masterpiece that, after Apollo and The Four Temperaments, cemented the classic Balanchine style: cerebral, steely, stripped down.
Chatting With Bad Books' Kevin Devine, and Lord Huron's Ben Schneider, Plus New Unknown Component Video
"We were part of the anger of the culture. ... When you look at the Occupy movement and a lot of the anger that's out there now, I think our music still holds. I wouldn't doubt if you found some of them listening to our old LPs." -- John Lydon
On the surface, The Soft Hills is a group both blessed and cursed by the artistic milieu it occupies, and irrevocably so. The similarities to fellow Seattle folkies Fleet Foxes, for example, are unmistakable.
The thing that makes Austin City Limits the benchmark for quality music television are the people who don't get any recognition: the producers, directors, interns, volunteers, and countless others who work behind the scenes.
According to Marketa Irglova, her latest album is a direct result of her making a conscious decision to make music.
This week we’ve got funny women, sensitive men, a band of foxes, funky roots and a woogie, (although not all at once, unfortunately
As the temperature rose throughout the day, performers like No Age and Cold Cave, in particular, met the challenge of engaging
Celebrated since its inaugural endeavor as a more affordable, smaller, less fratboy-packed alternative to the city's gargantuan
WHO: The Joy Formidable WHAT: Glastonbury Festival WHERE: John Peel Stage - Worthy Farm, Pilton, UK WHEN: Sunday, June 26th
Jerusalem is truly an exhilarating story of lives unfulfilled that captures something rare about the human condition.
For Jill Scott's new album The Light of the Sun that will be released June 21st, here is a video with the artist and co-producer JR Hutson discussing the making of eight of its tracks followed by previews of each track.
Photo Credit: Mike Mantin WHO: Lil Wayne WHAT: I Am Music II Tour WHERE: New Orleans Arena - New Orleans, LA WHEN: April