Category Archives: Live Show Reviews

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Northside Festival 2016 Live Show Review & Festival Recap

Eight years into its existence, Northside Festival is determinedly future-minded. Dividing itself into thirds, the NYC festival has two- and three-day stretches dedicated to “innovation” and “content”. The other third — four days worth of music between the East River and Bushwick, pulls in choice marquee names and established artists each year, but a large...Read...
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HOUSE MUSIC Performance Review: Jennie Liu & Andrew Gilbert Practice at The Mistake Room

Backwoods folk music plays quietly as visitors enter The Mistake Room, and they find themselves in the midst of a manufactured landscape. Pathways demarcated by rubber tires lead towards a simple architectural structure, and TV sets are strewn about the terrain, running loops of silent video clips. One set focuses on strange tales about “artists”...Read...
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Decibel Festival 2015 Live Show Review & Recap: Natasha Kmeto, Vril, Autechre, Tim Hecker, Dasha Rush & More

Autumn, how wonderful you are. Leaves are falling; fog is forming. It’s a wonderful time for reflection, don’t you think? In the spirit of fall, I present to you this recap of Decibel Festival 2015. But rather that splurge on all of the awesome things that have already been reported on, I thought I’d share...Read...
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A New Wave of Chinese Music Festivals: Tuborg GreenFest & Echo Park Strive to Go “Green”

"Major international festivals including Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza have worked hard to reduce their impact by promoting reusables, recycling waste, and encouraging environmentally friendly transportation. I’m glad to see GreenFest is taking some similar action and communicating that with their audience in a fun way. Making a game out of cup recycling provides an environmental benefit...
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