June 28, 2012 - 4:22pm
Drummer Ira Elliot evaluates their “Popular” past, jazz-fusion and a garage revival. Catch them at Headliners this Sunday.
Music trends come in waves. Nada Surf caught a ride to recognition as fuzz-clad production became a signature trait of most 90s alternative rock. They emerged at its peak in ‘96 with the angst-driven debut, High/Low. Nearly twenty years later, “Popular” is still the most notable...
June 14, 2012 - 2:58am
Last night, Anberlin played at the Vernon Club along with Monsters Calling Home and Mychal Cohen. Their acoustic sounds did not disappoint!
Last night, I attended the Anberlin show at the Vernon Club. The Vernon Club is one of the few venues in Louisville I had yet to see, so this was a new experience for me. The club itself had some pros and cons. The pros included cheap drinks, readily available food, and an intimate atmosphere...
June 9, 2012 - 3:37pm
Follow the life of “Pink” in this rock opera that focuses on a quest to isolate himself from all human contact by building, The Wall.
The concept behind The Wall stemmed from a rather unpleasant experience where Roger Waters imagined building a wall between the band and the audience. This concept is furthered by the life experiences of “Pink”, a character based on Waters; a person tormented by the death of his...
July 29, 2012 - 8:02pm
Check out pictures from Monday night's concert on the Waterfront with George Clinton and company.
May 1st, Waterfront ParkPhotos by Ryan Armbrust | SniperPhotography.com
July 29, 2012 - 8:01pm
In between the downpours of rain, those who made it out to the Palace Theater last night experienced a multifaceted stage production.
In spirit of The Great Escape Artist, Louisville’s Palace Theater was a fitting venue for the theatrical performance by Jane's Addiction last night. Accompanied by eccentric stage characters and props, they left no album untouched with a mixed set list to please any fan.