When I last wrote about Quintron and Miss Pu
Last weekend, Lt.-Governor Jay Dardenne officially launched to
Right from the start, Punk had the sort of branding most magazines would kill for
A lot of songs I write are about home, and that’s in and of itself is talking about travel, but you’re coming from somewhere else.
[Updated] The Arts and Warehouse District has its share of great eats, bars, and landmarks, but it hasn’t been home to guided tour
[Updated] Singer Erin McKeown has twice visited New Orleans as part of
Yesterday we posted a video of Hurray for the Riff Raff as part of our announcement
My Spilt Milk is pleased to be associated with SouthSounds Review, the Mobi
Songwriter Bobby Charles was one of Louisiana's overlooked treasures - a s
Teen Daze's music is patient. Meditative. Contemplative.
He's My Brother She's My Sister and The Hot 8 Brass Band top the week in New Orleans' nightlife, along with Maceo Parker and Unknown Mortal Orchestra.
Siblings and bandmates Rob and Rachel Kolar of L.A.
In 2010, Jason Marsalis kicked a jazz anthill when he half-jokingly riffed on video about "
[Updated] The Pogues have become an institution.
[Updated] Tomorrow, Bantam Foxes will release their new EP, Fascination
[Updated] “For a while, there was actually a rumor going around on the Internet that we’re from New Orleans,” say
New Orleans is taking a quieter week after Mardi Gras and Super Bowl, but that doesn't mean we've shuttered the clubs and started watching television.
One last look at Mardi Gras before we pack up the beads and sweaty costumes for a year.
[Updated] Since 2007, Air Traffic Control and the
Updated We may be in an economic recovery but it's a pokey one, one that has even affected bluesman
Tonight, Brooklyn-based Swear and Shake open for
Live music during the last days of Carnival includes Rebirth, G. Love, Funky Meters, The JAG, Shovels and Rope, R. Kelly and more.
Between Nashville and New Orleans, there’s a stretch of road that’s all too familiar to Nashville-based gritty Southern rock band
Sunday night after Bacchus, The Hot 8 Brass Band will be at
“People are scared to love the Beatles,” says Ross Farbe, vocalist and guitarist of New Orleans dream-pop, rock ‘n’ roll band
If we have one duty to New Orleans, it's to not contribute to its caricature.
Through Valentine's Day, The Voodoo Experience has weekend passes, Loa Lounge weekend
The Super Bowl is over, the lights are back on in the Dome, and know we're left with the second week of Carnival starting tomorrow.
[Updated] Anything in Return continues the broadening of Toro Y Moi
[Updated] Tonight, Jon Cleary plays his more-or-less weekly solo piano
[Updated] New Orleans has always known how to party well, but last night the
A look ahead to the week in live music, including The Roots, Ludacris, Snoop Dogg, Toro Y Moi and more.
"You recognize every play that's out there," Drew Brees said early in the evening.