Lea Porcelain blends minimalism and jazz-like timing with ambient hues on "Remember"
I cannot help but loathe Berlin’s “Take My Breath Away” for its sheer placeholder in the ‘80s. That and principle. Leveraged as a milemarker for an era, the song leads you into this transcendental vacuum through a sluggish rhythmic
The nineties alternative rock movement was full of bands that showed promise, but never really capitalized and quickly faded away. Rusted Root and Toad The Wet Sprocket are two of the bands that managed to flourish and ride out the storm of the crashing scene. These bands managed to find
10 Years, Finger Eleven and Evan Stone Unplugged at the Vogue
I was a little leery about what to expect when a single subject took center stage and sat down at a white keyboard. Surely there had to be more band members than this. Nope. And then Evan Stone ripped into
Chicago at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino
Chicago not only took our breath away with decades of hits, but took the night away with a stellar performance at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino in Anderson. Check out our article with guitarist and vocalist Keith Howland.
The Go Go's revisit four decades of hits at Dayton's Rose Music Center
Fast Times At Ridgemont High is probably the quintessential movie that captured what the 80's was all about. The essence of the entire decade was captured in that couple of hours, like a time capsule to be preserved forever. As
The Bacon Brothers Perform at the Indiana State Fair
With heavy rain falling, The Bacon Brothers, comprised of brothers Michael and Kevin Bacon, took to the stage of the Indiana State Fair Free Stage. Even though they were inspired by Philadelphia blues, their style is a lot like the gritty roots
Bush, Chevelle, The Dead Deads, and Black Map at The Lawn at White River State Park
Just in time for summer, Bush and Chevelle invaded the Circle City bringing with them the punchiness of The Dead Deads and powerful sound of Black Map. Sit back and enjoy photos from the show.
The 2016 Vans Warped Tour
If you are anything like me, the loss of the Mayhem Festival meant a loss of being able to catch a lot of bad ass metal bands that may not normally tour to your part of the world. Whether purely coincidental or genius in planning, the
Dorothy, Lita Ford and Halestorm at the Egyptian Room
Three distinct phases of the powerfulness of women in rock were presented at the Egyptian Room of the Old National Centre in Indianapolis on 4/30/16. Dorothy, the newcomer, Lita Ford, the trailblazer and Halestorm, fronted by Lzzy Hale, the reigning Queen of
The night began with closed curtains and 15-plus minutes of Allegri's "Miserere Mei, Deus," you know. . . for mood and to prepare you for what was to come. The Egyptian Room was thrown into darkness as the whiff of frankincense permeated Old National with the scents of the ancients. The