Writer and filmmaker Robert Gordon has made a career of documenting Memphi
Though everyone's pipes had burst the day before, enthusiastic fans streamed into Mardi Gras World on Thursday night to catch a set by e
A subtle, eerie vibration plays as the camera wanders through a gloomy fog, illuminated by a single rainbow halo, slowly transitioning i
Tank and the Bangas closed the inaugural
[Updated] My Spilt Milk's contributors and particularly photographers Patrick Ainsworth and Steven Hatley see a lot of music in a
I was really saddened to hear that Nola.com let Alison Fensterstock go and shifted Keith Spera to Metro.
Big chunks of City Park appear largely unreclaimed, particularly the parts that were once golf courses that ran along much of the length
Thursday night at Gasa Gasa;The Eastern Sea put on a show that reminded people that a band's value is more th
The Polyphonic Spree seems like a natural for Christmas music, but so far we've had to
Earlier this summer, Helen Gillet had a good conversation on improvisation and the social dim
According to an announcement released this morning:
A preview of shows by M83, Dan Deacon, Bombay Bicycle Club and Moon Duo, along with new music by Miguel, The Mountain Goats, John Cale and more.
The week ahead includes shows by Antibalas, Dee-1 and the Gretna Heritage Fest, as well as benefits for Mike Mayeux and Sheik Richardson.
Later this morning, I'm recording a Spilt Milk podcast with rapper Dee-1.
This week's episode does what Treme was made to do - illuminate a fundamental drama that most of us face.If things go according to plan, mos
During her set this year at Jazz Fest, Dayna Kurtz had a moment.
Empress Hotel broke my heart.
It wasn't pretty but it worked.
Last year, Preservation Hall and the jazz band that bears its name celebrated 50 yea
Vox and the Hound are letting valuable promo time go to waste.
"We are going to be back for a season 3.5," Treme producer David Simon announced Sa
On Tuesday, October 2, 2007, Katy Reckdahl wrote
Director Mark Bergeron and cinematographer
This week, we have new music from Bob Dylan, Empress Hotel, Ralph Stanley and The XX; and previews of shows this week by Amanda Palmer, The Walkmen, Nasimiyu, Lewis Black and more.
DJ Soul Sister has become an empire.
This week, New Orleans' nightlife offerings include Irvin Mayfield and the NOJO with Ledisi, Mystikal with Juvenile, Honey Island Swamp Band with Red Baraat, Black Taxi, Beach House and Stomp.