Priests at Pitchfork Music Festival

Priests probably could’ve played a later set on Friday, but the 1:45 start time meant that those that were there could stand comfortably without being packed in like sardines. Lead singer Katie Alice Greer showed two sides of herself on stage, punk-ish and brash lead singer and the sweet person who wants to constantly make sure the fans in the audience are doing well and … Continue reading Priests at Pitchfork Music Festival

Good Morning Midnight-Basket Of Flowers

It’s strange how well Good Morning Midnight‘s new album flows. The songs themselves are quite different, ranging from somber folk to indie-pop to raucous 70’s style AM radio tunes. The influence of bands like Wilco and songwriters like Elliot Smith are heard pretty easily throughout, and GMM’s Charlie Cacciatore captures their spirit with ease. Produced and engineered by friend of the site Dana Telsrow and … Continue reading Good Morning Midnight-Basket Of Flowers

Kiefer Sutherland at Thalia Hall 5/21/2017

It’s easy to write off Kiefer Sutherland’s music career as a vanity project, but after seeing him live I can assure you it is not. I actually figured that out when I saw that his debut album was produced by Jude Cole, a singer/songwriter who’s been making music for over 30 years. Together they turned Sutherland’s collection of songs he’s been writing for as long … Continue reading Kiefer Sutherland at Thalia Hall 5/21/2017

K Flay-Every Where Is Some Where

The first time I heard “Blood In The Cut” was at a festival last summer. K Flay ended her set with a brand new song-a bold move for any live show. It was completely different than anything else she played that day, leaning much more toward the rock end of the spectrum, but somehow it fit. Ever since hearing that song I’ve been waiting on … Continue reading K Flay-Every Where Is Some Where