Around the Voice: Devendra Banhart and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Get Dissed
No one told Devendra Banhart he needs help with his album covers, though
Devendra Banhart, in Seattle Weekly: "I had one label tell me they would love to sign me...on one condition,"
he says. "That I allow them to hire a team of songwriters to help me
finish my songs." And a Q&A with Jimi Hendrix's half-bro.
Luis Fonsi Love + Dance World Tour
TicketsFri., Sep. 22, 8:00pm
Young the Giant: Home of the Strange Tour
TicketsSat., Sep. 23, 7:00pm
David Cook with special guest Kathryn Dean
TicketsSat., Sep. 23, 7:30pm
Arcade Fire - Infinite Content 2017
TicketsSat., Sep. 23, 8:00pm
ISSUES - Headspace Tour
TicketsSun., Sep. 24, 6:00pm
SF Weekly peels back the layers of Janelle Monáe's new album.
Soviettes' Luke Redfield goes solo in City Pages.
Phoenix New Times catches
up with post-hardcore specialists Greeley Estates.
A nice wrap
of the NX35 fest by the Dallas Observer, plus Ludacris
tells Ben Westhoff, regarding new single "How Low": "Not to sound
cocky or anything, but I knew exactly what it was going to
do before I put it out."
DeVotchKa's got a kindred
spirit in the Lovely and Talented, according to Westword.
Also, a Quasi
In Houston Press, Black Rebel Motorcycle
Club's Peter Hayes wants
to move past the Verve and Jesus and Mary Chain comparisons: "I
think we've proved our point by now that we're much more. I mean, we've
got influences from Sam Cooke and Édith Piaf to Johnny Cash and Little
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