I said it when I last caught up with The National, headlining two nights at a New York City festival of their own curation last year, and it bears repeating now: it’s still a little weird for this band, of all bands, ...
At first glance, The National might not strike one as a band who command a following that fills arenas. The group’s literate, self-effacing gloom certainly lends itself to a certain cultish devotion, but few artists making music that sounds this way have translated the approach into the clout ...
Sia, Sufjan Stevens, and Lisa Hannigan all elevate the art of live entertainment in their own personable way.
Boston Calling Spring 2015 wrapped up with a Pixies' homecoming return that made Boston rightfully proud.
The experience was immersive. It expanded the world and left it that way, bowing as if to say, “This space is yours now. Add to the sound.”
Brooklyn DIY multi-instrumentalists Arone Dyer and Aron Sanchez are gearing up for their third full-length, but being such a musical tour de force, the path to get there is more crooked than ever.