Welcome to October, folks. This is a 21+ maturity show, so if you call it spooky szn, please see yourself out. WHAT TO HEAR: This week is owned by Arizona death metal unit Gatecreeper, who return after a three-year vision quest with their sophomore full length (and long-awaited follow-up to 2016’s Sonoran Deprivation), Deserted (Relapse). […]
We’re back after a brief west-coast break – yes the weather was lovely, yes the tacos were great. Tacos can only bring so much joy though and the serious business of attending concerts must go on.
It’s hard to believe, but the last release week of September is already upon us. Next week is October and the week after that, 2050. But thankfully there’s plenty of new noise to help drown out the sound of your life rapidly evaporating around you. WHAT TO HEAR: First up this week is Creeping Death’s […]
There’s a good mix of guitar-based shows this weekend, albeit a very cruel Saturday for my musical tastes in particular. Where are we with that being-in-multiple-places-at-the-same-time technology thing?
Eddie Money made his voyage to the big concert hall in the sky last week, and today we’ve got two tickets to Paradise NYC to give away. Okay, as you probably already assume, it’s NOT the Paradise he was singing about in his 1977 hit single. It’s actually waaaaaaay better. Check it…
In what is usually a somber and reflective week, it’s important to remember that should also include some joy and gratitude of what we still have and can achieve. For the purpose of this weekly column, that includes the experience that only live music can bring.
Another week, another bonkers roster of metal releases. It’s a good problem to have, but I’m not even caught up with August yet. Oh well, onward into the void. WHAT TO HEAR: First up this week is one that I and more than a few other heavy metal degenerates have been waiting breathlessly for since […]
PHOTO CREDIT: aLIVE Coverage for ElectricZoo.com Electric Zoo has experienced a metamorphosis. For more than a decade, New York’s premier electronic music festival has been a destination for thrill seekers on the east coast. In the past it has celebrated themes like Wild Island and The 6th Boro, which celebrated all things Big Apple. However, this year […]
It’s officially September and you know what that means people: FALL RELEASE SEASON TIME WOOP WOOP [airhorn, airhorn, airhorn]. So take to the battlements and brace yourself, because if today is just the beginning, I’m legit scared about what’s to come.
This short week is puttering along, and I don’t want to toot my own horn but there are some low-key excellent shows this weekend. No huge, established acts, just some good honest acts at intimate settings.