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Live Review & Photos: The Experience Hendrix Tour at Harrah’s, March 4, 2017


Buddy Guy at the Experience Hendrix Tour

A who’s-who of guitar masters paid tribute to the late great Jimi Hendrix



Live Review: Gary Clark Jr. at House of Blues San Diego, March 11, 2016


Gary Clark Jr

The versatile musician channeled blues, jazz, gospel, and Hendrix



Live Review & Photos: The Experience Hendrix Tour at Harrah’s, October 9, 2014


Buddy Guy at the Experience Hendrix Tour

An all-star tribute kept Hendrix’s fire burning



Live Review & Photos: Dave Matthews Band and Gary Clark Jr. at Sleep Train Ampitheatre, September 6, 2013


Dave Matthews Band

Pics of Dave Matthews by Alex Matthews — no relation



Poetic Memory: White Denim (List)


Lead singer James Petralli lists his influences



Maren Parusel: Summer 2011 Tour Diary


The band heads home



Interview: Richie Havens


Richie Havens talks Woodstock, Hendrix, and songwriting.



Poetic Memory: Cougar (List)


Cougar

Cougar, Madison Wisconsin’s all-foxy-grandma-instrumental-post-rock band, just released their sophomore effort, Patriot. Along with it came two starkly different—yet excellent—singles,”Stay Famous” (MP3) and “Foil Épée Sabre” (MP3, EP only). “Stay Famous” plays with old-school indie dynamics, while “Sabre”, a meandering folky piece, may or may not have something to do with fencing. You can check out […]



Poetic Memory: Kissing Cousins (List)


Kissing Cousins

L.A.-based Kissing Cousins, an “all female sepulchral counter-pop” band led by Heather Bray Heywood, began with a few modest EPs. Since then, they’ve had a song featured on Nip/Tuck and recorded a full-length album, Pillar of Salt. Kissing Cousins recorded Pillar live to tape—a rarity in today’s mostly digital landscape—with the help of Richard Swift. […]



Poetic Memory: The Rest (List)


The Rest

The last time Ontario, Canada’s The Rest played at the Casbah, we missed it. But we won’t make that mistake again. After all, according to their MySpace page, The Rest like all the things that we like: doing push-ups, shooting each other with water guns, howling at the moon, and delicious Thai food. (More details […]



Poetic Memory: Alan Wilkis (List)


Alan Wilkis

Brooklyn’s Alan Wilkis calls himself “a sponge type of listener” who is “influenced by many different artists, genres, and time periods” and it’s easy to tell from his music. His new EP is called Pink and Purple, and it’s a blast. To describe his taste, Wilkis says, “One day I might be listening to some […]