Category Archives: Music
Omar Willey interviews local singer-songwriter Marwood Williams about the blues, prog rock, the Creative Commons, digital delays and other things.
A short preview of Lee Boyle's solo show at Stone Way Cafe tonight.
A short interview with Gary Numan before his concert at the Neptune this Oct. 28.
We bring you the EPUB version of Anil Prasad's extraordinary conversations with extraordinary musicians.
Andrew Hamlin takes in the sweet "hive collective jamming" found in the bootleg recording of Miles Davis' 1970 concert at the Filmore (East).
Sometimes Julie was founded not too long ago by singer Monica Sorenson and multi-instrumentalist Rick Walker. They answered, collectively, some questions over email.
The summertime productions do not stop rolling in, despite all of the recent controversy surrounding local productions, in particular, the Dance scene comes on strong this week after a seemingly quiet interlude. José Amador leads you through the numerous offerings.
With temperatures already reaching the upper 80's in early July, we have every indication that the proverbial dog days of Summer will be a lengthy period this year. There won't be a shortage of entertainment options, however, and this weekend provides Shakespeare galore, Serge Gainsbourg inspired dance, improv based on the mob genre and more. José Amador leads you through it all
Summer has broken, as Yusuf Islam might have it, and José Amador guides you through the week's entertainment options.
Max Reif celebrates the music of Cat Stevens with a personal reminiscence.