Concert Reviews Archive

Concert Review: Duran Duran’s Sold Out Saturday Night in New York

New York City-based dance-pop artist Chris Glover, better known as Penguin Prison, got the crowd at Port Chester, New York’s Capitol Theatre warmed up for Duran Duran last night with an hour-long performance. During his upbeat DJ set, he included plenty of 80’s influenced tracks, appealing to the nostalgic crowd. Shortly after 9:00PM, Duran Duran’s

Concert Review: CHVRCHES at Northside Festival in Brooklyn

I’m a sucker for catchy bands fronted by badass ladies, so when I heard CHVRCHES was going to be headlining Brooklyn’s Northside Festival, naturally I had to be there… Along with every other New Yorker.  The free, sold-out show took place in Williamsburg, on the edge of McCarren Park.  Booked as a “rain or shine”

Meet Fancy Reagan: VH1’s Newest Overnight Success

After a sleepless 24 hours of musical challenges, Fancy Reagan was announced as the winner of VH1’s “Make A Band Famous” competition.  Held at the Liberty Warehouse in Red Hook, Brooklyn, the event featured 24 bands competing for one life-changing grand prize: a record deal with Republic Records, exposure on VH1’s “You Oughta Know” program,

Concert Review: Band of Skulls at Warsaw in Brooklyn

Yesterday was a big day for Band of Skulls, as the alternative rock band played their new single “Asleep at the Wheel” on Late Night with Seth Meyers, rocked a sold out show in Brooklyn, and announced their headlining spot at the 2000trees Festival this summer.  There’s nothing slowing down the Southampton, England natives as

Tame Impala Atlanta Concert Review at The Tabernacle

I’ve had Tame Impala’s show at the Tabernacle dog eared on my calendar for quite some time. Their latest album Lonerism sits right alongside Frank Ocean’s Channel Orange and Dawe’s Nothing is Wrong as my addiction discs for the first half of 2013. Lonerism is a beautiful and ambitious effort, employing psychedelic rock that seems