more by Kellie Powell
[INDIE ROCK] Originally hailing from the official, happiest place on earth – Copenhagen, Denmark, indie-pop trio, New Politics aptly applies that same pumped-up, youthful energy and rowdiness in t
[Jazz-Rock] Every Sunday at Nietzsche’s, the merry voice of House Pianist, Ann Phillippone, echoes over the crowd, urging patrons to call in sick to work the next morning, and boogie with her all night long.
[Rock] In the 1970s, Emerson, Lake, and Palmer (ELP) helped forge the path for progressive rock, and percussionist Carl Palmer’s dynamic drumming was the linchpin of their sound.
[Rock] Led Zeppelin is to the Golden Age of rock music, as Beethoven is to the Classical Era – instrumental and influential.
[Poetry] Enjoy an evening of poetry with local poets, Peter Ramos & Noah Falck at Talking Leaves on Thursday, November 20.
[ROCK] Formerly Enter The Haggis, Jubilee Riots has progressed the sounds of their former identity.
[ROCK] After a five-year hiatus, North Carolina, sludge-rock quintet, He Is Legend, returns to the post-hardcore scene with Heavy Fruit—perhaps their catchiest, most mature album to date that doesn’t sacrifice their ostensible macabre motif.
[ROCK] “I hate worrying about the future, cause all my problems are based around the past.” This first line of Modern Baseball’s sophomore album, You’re Gonna Miss It All, is a call to all college students (maybe even some alumni).
[FOLK] Grammy-Award winning concert pianist, George Winston, will be performing an intimate solo concert at Babeville at 7pm on Wednesday, November 12. A pioneer of New Age, Winston’s impressionistic music draws on the sensibilities of the seasons and topographies of Mother Earth.