Ahead of his tour-ending performance this Sunday at The City Center, Alan Palomo talks with James about how Neon Indian might not continue after this tour, the myth of originality in art, and getting lumped into a genre he never identified with.
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Zeds Dead’s packed Canopy Club show was a scorcher
James reviews Zeds Dead's show at Canopy Club on Tuesday night and finds a raucous good time for those looking to go crazy.
Defining fame with Future Islands
After their viral performance on Letterman sent Future Islands on their longest tour ever, the band has spent 2016 relaxing. In our interview, frontman Sam Herring talks about how the members of the Baltimore synth pop outfit are itching to get back out there.
It can come from anywhere: an interview with The Motet
Dave Watts, drummer of The Motet, answers questions about line-up changes, the changing festival scene, and being a stranger in the Midwest ahead of the group's show at The Canopy Club on Saturday.
Crofton Coleman’s heartbroken trip to the eighties
Former Church Booty singer Crofton Coleman steps out on his own with an 80's soft R&B inspired solo album, Love Affair 1984.
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