Does support for Trump reflect an uninformed populism and misplaced anger by a large swath of the American electorate? Or have the elites failed to empathize with their struggles and failed to craft effective policies to help them cope?
The Oregon folk collective extends its fall tour to perform the cathartic, resilient collection of its first full-length LP in five years, And Then Like Lions.
The Canadian DJ trio consisting of First Nations members plays its first show after releasing its third album, We Are The Halluci Nation, which mixes bruising electronic music with traditional powwow singing and strong political messages.
By popular demand, the Oregon folk collective adds a second Brooklyn show in the fall leg of its U.S. tour supporting its first full-length LP in five years, And Then Like Lions.
The feisty songwriter with “a f**king incredible voice” (Pigeons & Planes) performs songs from her latest album, In Loving Memory Of When I Gave A Shit, with her guitarist and drummer during this hometown show supporting Thirdstory.