Article by: Charles Yamabe Chicago, IL -- It's not often I get sent an album that I immediately fall in love with, let alone a freshman album by an artist that, for all intents and purposes, is relatively unknown. The album Be Free by nineteen-year-old New Zealand native Yuki is
Article and Photos by Michael W. Bright Louisville, KY-- Machine Head put it all out there. This night’s show marked four months into the band's Burn My Eyes 25th Anniversary tour, celebrating the release of their debut album, 1994's, Burn My Eyes, an album roundly hailed as one landmark in metal history. To mark
Article and Photos by: Michael W. Bright Louisville, KY -- Don't think about it too hard. Once you get comfortable with this band's name it becomes easy to surrender to the raw energy, visual display, and fearless abandon that's at the core of Mannequin Pussy. If you walked into Zanzabar's performance space
Article and Photos by: Michael W. Bright Louisville, KY - Weather history would eventually reveal that this three day festival would be part of Louisville's hottest and driest September in recorded history. Hydrate, hydrate, take breaks in the shade whenever possible, use sunscreen, and most of all -- don't forget to...hydrate.
Article and Photos by: Charles Yamabe Chicago, IL -- Phantogram brought their signature brand of sultry, dark, rock to the Riviera Theater on Saturday night. The American duo was joined on tour by Canadian electro-rock duo Bob Moses. Bob Moses, named after renowned New York architect Robert Moses, opened the night to
Article and Photos by: Michael W. Bright A summer music festival is a fairly simple, predictable recipe and the 17th Annual Forecastle Festival is no different. The most important ingredient is the weather, without which there can be nothing, as last year’s Bourbon and Beyond Festival, also in Louisville, overwhelmingly demonstrated