Lord Huron, the ensemble that sold out back-to-back nights at the Williamsburg Hall of Music certainly lives up to the deferential appellation of “Lord.”
WU LYF and Willis Earl Beal tackle identity, mystery, and old-fashioned music magic during their show at Music Hall of Williamsburg.
Be it through haunts or heavy reverb, The Horrors have managed to grow up in the spotlight without growing out of it.
Yuck dispelled rumors of a lackluster stage presence, laughing, joking, and pure sonic calamity.
In many ways, Vileâ€™s new record resonates, while Mascisâ€™ nakedness rides along in an interesting test of his status as a pioneer and innovator.
Brooklyn-based trio Elizabeth & the Catapult plays delightful, smart, endlessly catchy pop with occasional jazz flourishes.
Youthful Brooklyn attendees were ravenous for the Octopus Projectâ€™s psychedelic blend of live instrumentation and swirling electronic psychosis.
Seeing Jukebox the Ghost live is kind of like going to see Harry Connick Jr. or some other lounge act, except with more onstage beer drinking, better tunes and less of the over-50 set present–although there was one crazy looking old guy with a bald head and a beer belly front and center who inexplicably knew all the words to every song.