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  • 10 cool Spotify playlists: Phish soundchecks, country duets, drinking songs

    10 cool Spotify playlists: Phish soundchecks, country duets, drinking songs
    Album of the Year Winners by thegrammys: An out-sized playlist that includes every category winner. Travel from Henry Mancini’s Music From Peter Gunn through Stevie Wonder’s silly three-album mid-’70s period to Phil Collins and George...
  • Ear Might: Connecticut's Jam-Band Prodigies the McLovins Perform at Infinity Hall

    Ear Might: Connecticut's Jam-Band Prodigies the McLovins Perform at Infinity Hall
    The McLovins $15-25, May 21, Infinity Hall, 20 Greenwoods Road, Norfolk, (860) 542-5531, infinityhall.com Asking a music writer to do an article on a young musician is like giving candy to a child. We love it. It saves us the work of having to look for...
  • Best Recreational Drug

    Best Recreational Drug
    1) Pot Smoked, baked into carrot cupcakes, vaporized: more people, even straight-laced ones, indulge in cannabinoidal activities than ever, although you might not be able to tell anymore. It's traditionally been either a solitary activity -- especially...
  • Video/Q&A: Greta Gerwig of 'Damsels in Distress'

    Video/Q&A: Greta Gerwig of 'Damsels in Distress'
    In 2006, Greta Gerwig was living in Logan Square, making her first movie (Joe Swanberg’s “LOL”) and fighting off a heat wave. “We didn’t have air conditioning,” she recalls, “so we had to just put a bowl of ice...
  • Primus Heads to Bridgeport on July 21 to Lead the Vibes Brigade

    Primus Heads to Bridgeport on July 21 to Lead the Vibes Brigade
    One of the greatest moments in bassist Les Claypool’s career came only a few months ago, at a fundraiser for Barack Obama. “It was me, Booker T. Jones and Charlie Musselwhite,” Claypool told me over the phone. “I played ‘...
  • Vibes Dispatch: Branford Marsalis

    After playing with Bob Weir and Bruce Hornsby, saxophonist Branford Marsalis hung out in the media tent surrounded by journalists and a glass of wine. He's leaving now, only after hugging nearly everyone. "What's that group that does a different album...
  • Mumford & Sons show in Portsmouth is sold out

    Mumford & Sons show in Portsmouth is sold out
    I'm hearing reports of another difficult summer in the local live music industry, but here's a balancing blast of good news. The Mumford & Sons show Aug. 9 at Portsmouth's nTelos amphitheater is sold out, promoters announced Thursday afternoon. Of...
  • 4 Decades On, Little Feat Spin One More Yarn

    4 Decades On, Little Feat Spin One More Yarn
    If you casually read through the roller-coaster history of the band Little Feat, who’ll play a show this Wednesday at the Ridgefield Playhouse, you might think the music itself would be locked in an ongoing identity crisis lasting 40 years. You&...
  • Chi-Tunes: Ben Scholz's Elec-Tet

    Chi-Tunes: Ben Scholz's Elec-Tet
    Chicago jazz crew Ben Scholz's Elec-Tet answered our Chi-Tunes questionnaire. Do the same and your band could appear in RedEye! What makes your live show great? We play jazz in a style that was popular in the 70s and 80s.  Most jazz groups in Chicago...
  • Coachella: Paul McCartney, Amy Winehouse, Morrissey, My Bloody Valentine lead lineup

  • Medeski, Martin and Wood still going their own way

    Medeski, Martin and Wood still going their own way
    After 17 years, nine studio albums and countless tours, Medeski, Martin and Wood are, in a sense, a band without a country. And they couldn't be happier. Dedicated to what keyboardist John Medeski calls "the spirit of jazz" through a fierce devotion to...
  • The great concert films–the gold standards? Your favorites?

     
    All the back and forth with the Phans of Phish who pheel their phellas can do no wrong got me to thinking about the touchstone concert movies that I weigh every concert film I see against. I've always enjoyed the genre, seeing The Stones' many movie...