If you can harken all the way back to Tuesday, and by Tuesday, we mean yesterday, we’re sure you’ll remember reading that La Poisson Rouge hosted an event fantastic to rally for fair pay for radio play for musical artists.
We need to pack the house that night and show Congress, the media, and ourselves that artists are ready, willing, and able to act to defend our rights, our livelihoods, and our art forms.
In honor of next month’s 25th anniversary of their debut album 3 Feet High and Rising, De La Soul are making their entire catalog available for free download for 25 hours on the group’s website.
Between the Times and the Tides allowed Lee Ranaldo‘s more pastoral, mystical side to flourish, and it’s in even fuller flower on Last Night on Earth.
Jerry McGill, the last American outlaw, is 70, three jail terms behind him and staring death in the face when he gets one last chance at musical immortality – will he take it, or will he go out in a blaze of guns, police, drugs and ragged glory?
Based in New York City, Iktus Percussion is an ambitious, dynamic young ensemble committed to expanding the boundaries of the percussion genre.
Her tunes have folk and country roots, but her lyrics are full of splintered imagery and odd characters: a bareback rider, a witness to a car accident, or a Norwegian immigrant in desolate North Dakota…
Our old pal Marial Maher, aka Seasick Mama, is out and about to promote her new album, Tip Top Shape, and it is GREAT.
The Hip Hop Legend Big Daddy Kane headlined the 7th annual Restoration Rocks! music festival in Bed-Stuy October 12—it was a splendid October day in Brooklyn.
Mercy Killers is a one-man play by Michael Milligan. Joe loves apple pie, Rush Limbaugh, the 4th of July and his wife, Jane. He is blue-collar, corn-fed, made in the USA and proud…