Photos by: Gina Garcia – Blues Rock singer-songwriter ZZ Ward, who released her second album, The Storm, on June 30th, 2017 via Hollywood, which featured the singles “Help Me Mama”, and “Cannonball”, and which reached number 1 on the Billboard Blues Albums chart, performed at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City last night with Nashville-based alternative folk-rock band … Continue reading
By: Gina Garcia – California indie rock band Rooney emerged in 2002, making their live debut with Phantom Planet, a more experienced L.A.-based group who shared similar classic pop influences (E.L.O., the Beach Boys) along with a family member. The younger brother of actor and former Phantom Planet drummer Jason Schwartzman, Rooney maestro Robert Schwartzman was also … Continue reading
Photos by: Gina Garcia – Experimental pop band Animal Collective, who released their tenth album, Painting With, on February 19th, 2016 via Domino, which featured the singles “FloriDada”, “Lying in the Grass”, and “Golden Gal”, and which followed up their 2012 album, Centipede Hz, performed at Terminal 5 in New York City last night.
Photos by: Gina Garcia – Los Angeles-based indie rock band Rooney, who released their newest album, Washed Away, on May 16th, 2016, performed at Webster Hall in New York City last night.
Photos by: Gina Garcia – Los Angeles-based R&B duo Rhye, who released their debut album, Woman, on March 1st, 2013 via Polydor/Loma Vista, which featured the singles, “Open” and “The Fall”, and which received a long-list nomination for the 2013 Polaris Music Prize, performed at Webster Hall in New York City last night with ambient pop band Cigarettes After Sex. … Continue reading
Photos by: Gina Garcia – Philadelphia-based punk band Beach Slang, who released their newest album, The Things We Do To Find People Who Feel Like Us, on October 30th, 2015 via Polyvinyl Records, which followed up their 2014 album, Cheap Thrills On A Dead End Street, performed at the Music Hall of Williamsburg in New York City last night with … Continue reading
By: Allison Kugel – Multi-award-winning actress, singer and dancer, Rita Moreno, blazed an iconic trail as the first mainstream Hispanic actress to grace Hollywood when she exploded onto the big screen as Anita in 1961’s classic film, West Side Story. The role earned her an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture, crowning her … Continue reading
By: Jeff Weiss – John Carpenter is set to release Anthology: Movie Themes 1974-1998, a collection of 13 of his classic movie themes newly recorded with the collaborators that worked on his Lost Themes albums, next Friday, October 20th via Sacred Bones. On the new album, Carpenter is joined by the musicians that accompanied him on his last two … Continue reading