Of the hundreds of bands that played in Austin last week, only 14 New Orleans acts performed at official South By Southwest showcases.
[Updated] When Stuart Murdoch sang, “We were on the outside looking in” Monday night at The Civic, he could have been a
Our favorite things this week include "Lotta Sea Lice," a pro wrestling doc, nonbinary poetry, new jack pop, and the musical onset of dementia in six parts.
The Irish indie rock band brought its festival-sized show to New Orleans last week.
Leader/composer Ellis Ludwig-Leone has worked to reveal more of his more personal side in the band's music.
[Jazz Fest emphasizes one element of rock band Royal Teeth's sound at the exp
50 Cent was notably absent from the 2016 Forbes Five after declaring bank
This year, everything is the first time for My Spilt Milk’s New Orleans
This week's Freshly Spilt Milk new music playlist feaures music from Hinds, Stratus, Allen Stone, and more!
This week's Freshly Spilt Milk playlist includes new music from Autograf, Titus Andronicus, Deep Sea Diver, and Prince Rama, all of whom are coming to town.
Saturday night, NOLA Polar Express returns to The Publiq House to celebrate the season th
Bantam Foxes (Friday, noon, Carnival) display a classic love of big,
Galactic will host and headline The Landing, a new festival that takes plac
Time hasn't smoothed out Big Rock Candy Mountain's sense of musical adv
Our picks this week include a tribute to Mannie Fresh, Faster Pussycat, Cardinal Sons, MadFro, Sylvan Esso, and The Get Busy.
Photographer Steven Hatley shot the dream pop bands with roots in many cities, Glasgow not one of them.
(In 2012, Cherie LeJeune interviewed Vox and the Hound on the eve of the release of the band's debut album, Courage.
Today, the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival presented by Shell held its annual one mo