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Electronic musician/composer John Maus, known for his manic, frantic live performances, brings the party to your home stereo on We Must Become the Pitiless Censors of Ourselves (Ribbon Music), his third studio album. If that sounds like a complicated title for a dance record, chalk it up to Maus’ impressive education. He’s a professor of political philosophy and theory and is working toward a PhD in political science. Read More
Kick off your holiday weekend at Santos Party House's all-night party tomorrow, Friday, July 1st! Cherie Lily and Spencer's Gifts present a blow-out bash sponsored by BUST Magazine, featuring an amazing line up which includes: Jonte': Star choreographer, dance pop phenomenon, and Japanese designer in his only full US show before he returns to Japan. Amanda Lepore: Famous transgender artist, singer, perfumist, and David LaChapelle muse. Cazwell: Internet sensation and world famous LGBTQ rapper and musician. Read More
I’m a sucker for a lady with a sweet set of pipes and a singer/songwriter sensibility, which is why I love me some Jolie Holland, and have since I first heard her demo Catalpa when I was a wee baby music writer back in the day. In fact, I had the good fortune to interview her at the time, even though I had no interviewing skills to speak of, and over coffee in her San Francisco apartment, she proceeded to be one of the most gracious, open musicians I’ve had the opportunity to chat with. Read More
  Here's a friendly reminder that the Trachtenburg Family Slideshow Players will be playing tonight at NYC's The Bowery Electric ! The Trachtenburgs previewed songs from their upcoming album, Lost and Found (to be released on July 12th), at a residency this month at The Bowery Electric in NYC. Also featuring performances by Light Spells, Roughstars, Long Distance Poison, and Eric Demby aka DJ Treeboy. Doors open at 7:30 PM and tickets are $8. Read More
    So, tour ended two days ago. Since we last spoke, the  Assembly of Light Women's Choir and The Body played in Atlanta, DC, Greensboro, Jacksonville, New York and at a sold-out hometown show in Providence.  The audiences from each city responded to the Assembly of Light Women's Choir  and The Body with overwhelming enthusiasm and respect at venues from bars to warehouses, from New York to Jacksonville.   The best part about tour for me were the amazing people I met and became reacquainted with while on the road. Read More
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