Auburn Petty – Editor in Chief After driving for what seemed like days (and screaming about random things in the car), Shonie and I finally made it to Louisville, KY for Forecastle 2012. The first set we went to was The Head and The Heart. I’d heard one of their songs about a million times because we
Auburn Petty – Editor-in-Chief I really, really, really wish I could be taking pictures at this festival. I have the severe need to share all of this magic with all of you, but unfortunately, I don’t have a photo pass. HOWEVER, Shonie has been taking some really good pictures on a digital camera, and I am
Edwin Arnaudin – Staff Writer Rating: 1 star Far from the pop charms of Songs About Jane, Maroon 5 hit the club full force with Overexposed, a repetitive and lazy excuse for an album. All but two tracks are overproduced, cleaning up lead singer Adam Levine’s voice to robotically on-pitch perfection and confined to the
Edwin Arnaudin – Staff Writer Rating: 0 Stars If the promise of music’s coolest weirdos rocking out with guest artists ranging from Ke$ha to Nick Cave sounds too good to be true, that’s because it is. Instead of a grandiose all-star spectacle, the official release of Record Store Day special The Flaming Lips and Heady
This Friday, Auburn and Shonie are heading out to Louisville, KY for Forecastle. Be sure to follow us on Twitter and Like us on Facebook for all of our updates while we’re melting our faces off at the festival. The official hashtag for the festival is #ForecastleX, so rest assured we’ll be blowing that up all weekend. Be prepared
Cameron Bryn – Staff Writer Rating: 4 Stars Hailing from Versailles, France, Air is an electronic duo made up of Nicolas Godin and Jean-Benoît Dunckel. They released the album Le Voyage dans la Lune (“A Trip to the Moon”) earlier this year.
Seeing Modest Mouse live has been a dream of mine for years. I found myself finally getting the opportunity and headed out to Columbus, Ohio to see my dream fulfilled on the final date of their six show tour. The concert was held at L.C. Pavilion amphitheater downtown and the weather couldn’t have been better