Worcester, Mass is a funny place with a little bit more going on than most realize. She is a diverse … More
Category: Live Music
Prince’s Halftime Show STILL Reigns Supreme
I would like to start by saying that I am writing this well before the Superbowl broadcast even begins, even … More
Live From the Drunken Canal NYC Battle of the Bands
This past Sunday evening I attended the first and hopefully not last Drunken Canal NYC Battle of the Bands, presented … More
Show Review: Value Select Kills The Moon and Burns The House Down On Tour
When I had started writing about what I thought was The Best Thing On YouTube, it was mostly inspired by … More
A Field Guide for the Ethical Enjoyment of Coachella Music and Arts Festival
It is just before 6pm on a Sunday in April and I’m sitting with my husband outside of the Sahara … More
In Conversation: James Barrett Talks Growing Up in Scranton, Playing with The Menzingers, and His Kick Ass New Album
Despite what many a mainstream publication may lead you to believe stadium rock isn’t dead, it’s just been in hiding … More
Observing, Aging, and Vibing at The Governors Ball
I did not start attending music festivals until my mid-twenties. In my teens and college years, festival ticket prices were … More
“The music finds the people and the dance moves follow after” Uptown Vinyl Supreme on Their Dance Party as a Social Movement
The resident therapist caught up with Bronx based DJ collective Uptown Vinyl Supreme to celebrate their 5 year anniversary and more!
Niji Adeleye’s Impressive “Live from Royal Albert Hall” to Premier Tomorrow, August 6th
The London born NYC based Jazz fusion pianist who was recently named the organist for the Knicks will premier his “Live from Royal Albert Hall” concert tomorrow on YouTube.
In Conversation: Jersey Producer JWords Sets the Rhythm of a New Generation of Artists
The resident therapist breaks down the Jersey producer’s 2020 output before catching up to discuss her influences, performance history, and more.