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In the American music scene, where Adam Lambert's mildly flamboyant antics cause a ruckus, is there room for the Scissor
As MGMT performed last night at Radio City Music Hall, both sides of the stage felt the unremitting energy and power that
Dr. Dog's two-hour set consisted of tracks culled from each of their five albums, but focused on material from their latest
Spooner puts it more concisely. But truly, the band was putting on a wild act when Ms. Germanotta was still a wide-eyed singer
DS It's one of those. [Aaron Lammer walks by] DS You've talked a lot about trying to restrict yourself, holding back, leaving
Oberhofer, a quartet of boys who never seem to hit empty on their gas tank of youthful energy, took the stage next. A clean
What's better than walking barefoot through sand to see a band so close you can feel them in your body while being able to watch the sun set against the skyline of the best city in the world?
Strange Boys took the stage next, right as the rain began. Their Austin-based garage rock benefited from singer Ryan Sambol's
20 years ago, Slayer and Megadeth released their classic albums, Seasons in the Abyss and Rust in Peace. Thursday night at
Don't get me wrong: I didn't just get turned around on East Houston and find myself in the Mercury Lounge--although I did