On A Very Decent Christmas, the artists on the Mad D
My Spilt Milk picks our favorites for the week, including twerk-worthy mixes from Gypsyphonic Disko, new albums from the Scorseses and Local Natives, raving with Yellow Claw, a night of Latin music, and a TV show for Big Freedia.
My Spilt Milk picks the week's highlights, including indie rock from Cardinal Sons, Dale Watson's new album, twerking with Big Freedia, comedian Michael Ian Black and puppets.
DJ Quickie Mart's roots are in hip-hop, but he has broadened his musical horizons.
When Big Freedia opened for The P
Big Freedia's Scion AV EP put off purists who felt she had
[Updated] Jazz Fest and the birth of Clara Louise Rawls forced The Milk Run to take a hiatus, but this week it returns to look ahead to the
[Updated] For the last decade, the EMP Pop Conference has been the premiere venue for high-level music nerdery.
A look at the week ahead in New Orleans music, including the return of Ricky B, the Big Easy Rollergirls, Ivan and Alyosha, and a Save Jimmy's benefit.
"It's important for us to tell original stories," says A.J.
A look ahead to the week in live music, including The Roots, Ludacris, Snoop Dogg, Toro Y Moi and more.
Professor Longhair and some Carnival classics get the Balkan bounce beat courtesy of Gypsyphonic Disko.
The Nevilles, Drive-By Truckers, ONUINU, Prytania Fest and a Saturday night of insurgent Carnival are among the week's highlights in New Orleans.
Telling the ending won't ruin this book.
Yesterday, Pitchfork.tv released "
This time of the year, bands aren't touring and even local musicians would rather be home with their families.
Christmas music has had an age problem.
Last year, Gypsyphonic Disco - Quickie Mart and Ben Ellman - celebrated the holiday seaso
[NSFW] When I started working on the Oxford American music issue, one of the
This Week's Soundtrack features new music by Animal Collective, The Fresh and Onlys, Bob Mould and more, and previews shows by 2 Chainz, Slash, Red Baraat, I Totally Destroyed It among others.
When DJ Tony Skratchere talks about bounce, he does so with reverence.