The light is definitely growing brighter. In the next three weeks, Phish will release Fuego, their first new studio album in five years, play Letterman and kick off their 25-show summer tour. The tour features several multi-night stands, which gives each run a festival like atmosphere. Phish
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Woods will release their new album With Light and With Love on April 15, but the Brooklyn psych-folk outfit is streaming the album via Pitchfork Advance. Woods will launch a world tour on April 22 at Baby’s All Right in Brooklyn, NY.
It’s hard to believe, but it’s been 20 year’s since Kurt Cobain passed away. There is no denying how influential Nirvana was and continues to be. I started to play guitar almost immediately after hearing “Smells Like Teen Spirit.” Before I discovered Phish, Nirvana was that band
It’s safe to say that last year’s Phish run at the newly renovated Northerly Island didn’t go as the band and fans would’ve liked it to. Phish will return to the venue this summer for another three-night run and let’s hope Mother Nature gives us a break
Beck’s first album of new material in six years, Morning Phase won’t be released until February 25, but you can stream the album in it’s entirety via NPR Music’s First Listen series. The album follows up 2008’s Modern Guilt and acts as a companion piece to 2002’s
Being a Wilco fan in Chicago definitely has it’s perks. Traditionally, Wilco has always tried to keep their hometown gigs as intimate as possible. The exceptions include Lollapalooza in 2006 and 2008, Pritzker Pavilion in 2007 and their two night run at the UIC Pavilion in 2009.