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Tired of the winter blahs?  Dance your troubles away at the Music Hall of Williamsburg on March 5th when our pals Heloise & the Savoir Faire come to Brooklyn with a sparkly brand of electro-rock that is all their own.  The five-piece is sure to get you moving with their rock'n'roll charged beats and Heloise's captivating stage presence.   Can't wait for the show?  Check out their tunes at  FredPerrySubculture.com and feel ... Read More
Our writer, Erin Griffith, put on a happy face at the Mercury Lounge in NYC a few days ago while checking out the Dum Dum Girls. Here is her first hand account of the fun time she had. (I honestly don't know why I'm taking this tone with you right now.) At the beginning of their set, Dee Dee, the band's lead singer, delivered her bubblegum lyrics as if she’d popped a handful of Valium. But as the set built up to the band’s faster ditties, the Dum Dum ... Read More
Although she is a busy lady, and in the midst of a tour, St. Vincent's Annie Clark took some time to chit chat with our writer Ned Hepburn about fashion, minivans, and song stylings. Here's what happened:  Annie Clark is a funny girl, who talks with the kind of soft yet engaging purr that makes you forget there's anybody else in the room but her. She's charmingly self-aware in the exact opposite way that so many 'cool music people' so often are. She's the ... Read More
The Black Belles are infectious and spooky with a 1970s influenced vibe. In a sense, they are putting out some pretty slamming, perfect beats. Sporting locks of midnight black hair and matching hats. The band is on the Third Man Records label and their debut video is directed by Jack White.   For some edgy female vocals with an all-girl band, check out their single, "What Can I Do?"   So, what are you going to do? Check out the video below and their 7" ... Read More
Just when you thought Gaga may have exhausted every hairstyle that exists, this photo from the set of her "Telephone" video proves otherwise.  Now that she's done it, it seems to be a natural evolution from the hairbow but who could have predicted it before?  And what will be next?     Image courtesy of ... Read More
Tired of listening to the same old type of music?  Are your ears in search of something a bit less familiar?  Check out the Women's Experimental Sound Festival, Saturday, February 20th, at The Velveteen Rainbow in Brooklyn.  With female artists making music with innovative techniques and instruments such as the augmented tango shoe, 4-channel electroacoustic, and live sound and visual compositions, the event is surely not to bore those tired of the ... Read More
Well, if you think you've got a shot at figuring out who the subject of Carly Simon's  "You're So Vain" is in the form of a music video, it is!  People have been speculating who the rock'n'roll classic is about since the song hit airwaves back in 1973 and Carly is giving her fans a chance to finally put the rumors to rest.  Fans and filmmakers are encouraged to submit original videos to accompany either the original or newly recorded version of ... Read More
To make your Friday a little more fun, we have the new video from Gemma Ray, a wonderful UK songstress, whose album Lights Out, Zoltar! was deemed one of the best in 2009 by our own Laurie Henzel. The video is composed of over 15,000 still photographs, which gives it an almost stop-motion feel. Check it out!     Image and video courtesy of ... Read More
Screaming Females, one of our favorite bands on Don Giovanni Records, released a compilation of their singles a few days ago called ... Singles. We ended up being pretty jazzed about it, so  we had our writer Erica Varlese whip up a review. Here it is:  As the Jersey saying goes, “We pump our fists, not our gas.” And Screaming Females is fist-pumpin’ music. The female-fronted, psychedelic, pop-punk band hails from the ... Read More
Blizzard? Psh. That doesn’t mean you can’t party. New Orleans Sissy bounce is making NYC hawt this week: Sissy rapper Vockah Redu has five upcoming shows in the city (including an unlisted show TONIGHT), so no excuses for missing out. For those that aren’t familiar with bounce, it’s a regional rap genre created around the New Orleans housing projects. Its raw beats have influenced mainstream New Orleans rappers like Juvenile, and Vockah Redu ... Read More
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