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The Band is the focus of The Band Photographs: 1968-1969 (Backbeat Books), a fine-art book overflowing with classic and previously unseen images of the fathers of Americana.
One perception of New York hardcore punk is that it's always been purely about unyielding aggression.
The jazz pianist and mandolin virtuoso play a rare local gig on 12/29 at The Falcon.
A CD review of the latest from the Mike & Ruthy Band.
A review of the latest release from Samuel Claiborne.
The latest release from the Tony DeGregorio Sextet.
Maucha Adnet with the Brazilian Trio, Elvis Perkins, Queen of the Hudson Series, and more.
A review of Bocce & Bourbon: The Comfortable Songs of Chandler Travis & David Greenberger by Michael Eck.
Michael Eck reviews Bocce & Bourbon: The Comfortable Songs of Chandler Travis & David Greenberger.
A more serious and committed Hudson Valley musical figure than Decora does not come to mind. Everything the 32-year-old does and says comes with a breathtaking level of locked-down, unwaveringly intense focus.
The indie rock stalwarts are playing two last gigs—one in Kingston, one at Webster Hall—before breaking up the band.
Brooklyn-based psychedelic folk band Woods come to town.
Ry Cooder, SK Kakraba, Steve Gorn, and the Soewto Gospel Choir perform in the region this month.
David Torn has blurred the distinction between composition and sound design.
A review of Mark Brown's new CD, Skin & Bones.
The 11-piece Debo Band pays homage to the golden age of Ethiopian music of the 1970s while taking it in new directions.