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On Sunday night, the Glitch Mob brought an outdated set to the Joy Theater, but its problems didn't end there...

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[Updated] The tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina is being remembered in many predictable ways—concerts, speeches, p

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Thursday night, The Orpheum held a champagne reception to officially reopen the downtown perf

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This week's Freshly Spilt Milk features new music by Death by Unga Bunga, Idgy Dean, Griz, and more.

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Boyfriend is, by her admission, a work in process.

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This week's Freshly Spilt Milk playlist includes locals Woozy, Fro-Yo Ma, and Big Freedia and DJ BlaqNmild, as well as Timmy's Organism, Christian Rich, Branko, and a bonus roller disco mix.

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This week's Freshly Spilt Milk features new music by Todd Terry, Christian Rich, Branko, and Ezra Furman covering LCD Soundsystem.

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When cell phones were merely cell phones with nothing smart about them, it was a common sight at concerts to see fans holding their open phones ove

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In the months after Hurricane Katrina, I remember talking to a writer who speculated that it would be more than a decade before The T

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The isolation that insulated New Orleans’ music for so long died with the Internet.

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[Updated] The complete library of Bill Hicks’ comedy albums wer

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My Morning Jacket has developed a tight relationship with New Orleans.

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Hibou’s Peter Michel works best on his own.

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Today, French Quarter Festivals Inc. (FQFI) sent out a press release titled, "The 15th Anniversary S

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This week's Freshly Spilt Milk previews a number of shows coming to New Orleans and includes new music from Pell, Dan Farber, Elohim, and Jacob Plant.