BY Tess Duncan
on May 22, 2014
Alex Winston may be one of the most underrated pop musicians of this generation. I first saw her perform live three years ago at a dive bar in London, where she and her band burst with fearless energy and impossibly dynamic talent. The Detroit native is able to write classic yet fresh melodies that’ll give you a sugar rush, but her brand of pop is more indie-folk inspired than bubblegum.
It’s not too surprising that Winston is classically trained in opera, but that doesn’t mean she’s toned down her mighty pipes. Read More
BY Ariana Anderson
on Jun 22, 2011
The darkly dramatic video for the most recent single on Anna Calvi’s self-titled debut album was released today on Pitchfork. Watch it here.
Does this song remind anyone else of Bruce Springsteen? It’s even complete with talk of the devil and other themes I would have considered classic Americana. But this lovely Brit’s video, directed by Aoife McArdle, has a much more David Lynch feel than 'The Boss' has ever done. Read More
BY Intern Brittany J.
on Aug 10, 2010
If you like women, rock, and women in rock (which…let’s face it, who doesn’t?), then you should probably make it a point to head to Le Poisson Rouge on Bleecker on August 18th. Why? Because they are presenting an NYC Women in Rock show, duh.
Doors are at 6:30, show’s at 7. Get there fast for your $12 tickets; seems that this thing could fill up and there’s only so much room! The acts include: Hypodive, Jennings, Lily Sparks, Anna Rose, and Kendra Morris. You can check out tickets here. A portion of the proceeds are going to the Willie Mae Rock Camp for Girls. Read More
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4TH- 11PM @ LE POISSON ROUGE-NYC$10 Advance tix available www.lepoissonrouge.comHaiti Ladies: A Benefit for Doctors Without Bordersw/ Lady DJ's: Ari Up, Lady Miss Kier, Allison Wolfe. Kim Ann Foxman, Dirty Jean, Ilirjana, Aleix M. Read More