One month after Common Loon’s debut comes another local album three years in the making — and another triumph. This is getting fun.
Posts by Annie Weisner:
Japandroids: a lesson in reciprocity
Japandroids brought some major energy to the Highdive Wednesday night. The crowd, unfortunately, did not.
St. Vincent: Charming, dynamic and just a little bit scary
Next Tuesday night, the Highdive will host the incomparable Annie Clark, better known to the masses as St. Vincent.
Exit 182 Festival Preview: The Young Republic
Mike ‘N Molly’s kick off their first (hopefully annual) Exit 182 Festival with Nashville’s The Young Republic.
A folk pop antidote to the drunken plague
This Friday night, the Shadowboxer Collective provides an officially great lineup.
A Joe Pug to believe in
After Wednesday’s performance, Annie is confused about Joe Pug the persona, but she has no doubts about Joe Pug the musician.
Album review: Elsinore’s The Chemicals
Annie got a taste of Elsinore on their new EP, enough to know that she’s excited for their full-length.
Album review: WFFM’s The House You’re Living In
C-U’s World’s First Flying Machine unveils their first album, Annie reviews it, and you can see their CD release show Saturday at Canopy.
Former Russian leader retains support
Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin invades the Courtyard Cafe on Friday night, and Annie files this preview.
Defying definition with Andrew Bird
Take shelter from the onset of winter Tuesday night with Andrew Bird.