Last night the Brooklyn based band Ava Luna paid a visit to Johnny Brenda’s. The six-piece group came and played one intriguing song after another, experimenting with various genres to create one extremely eclectic sound. Their music ranged from soothing, calm lullabies to energetic outbursts and pitch-perfect harmonies. Check out a photo recap of the night in the gallery above.
Blondie are releasing a new album, and have announced its No Principals Tour playing the Keswick Theatre on Thursday, October 3rd with special guests X. They recently announced on their Facebook page, the name of their new album, Ghosts of … Read More
The Dead Milkmen continue their sudden streak of new recordings with Welcome to Undertown [link] Light Heat recorded a psych-rock Key Studio Session with some help from members of The Walkmen and Fleet Foxes [link] Local musicians give back to the community with … Read More
Going big for 2013′s first Shaking Through video, Weathervane Music called in Secretly Canadian / Jagjaguwar / Dead Oceans founder Chris Swanson to curate Volume 4 Episode 1. Swanson took the opportunity in an experimental direction, bringing North Carolina hip … Read More
El Ten Eleven is a duo that doesn’t like to be captured in a label. They make powerful instrumental music that spans various genres and soundscapes. Last year, the group released their latest album, Transitions, as well as a remix … Read More