Sometime around 2003, shortly after the release of Cat Power’s folk/punk/blues record You Are Free, The New Yorker ran a review on a show she played at Manahttan’s Battery Park. The reviewer laid into the singer-songwriter, saying that it is “foolhardy to describe a Cat Power event as a concert,” and going on to complain […]
There is very little that can be explained about Tom Twyker and Lana and Andy Wackowski’s new film Cloud Atlas, which was released on Oct. 26. This confusion is almost expected given the dense material from David Mitchell’s novel on which the film is based—six interrelated stories spanning 5,000 years of time. The epic film […]
What started out as photographer Sooni Taraporevala’s attempt to preserve the essence of a generation evolved into something much greater: an insightful and unprecedented documentation of India’s Parsi Zoroastrians. Thursday night marked the opening of Taraporevala’s “Parsis, The Zoroastrians of India” at Harvard University’s Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts. “Parsis” is the product of […]
In July, indie folk band Milo Greene took the time to chat with Music Editor Sydney Moyer. On Saturday night, Milo Greene returned to Boston to play a full set at Brighton Music Hall.
Ohio alternative band The Lighthouse and the Whaler performed at The Middle East last Wednesday night with co-headliner Ewert and the Two Dragons as a part of their tour promoting the new album This is an Adventure. The concert began with two openers excluding Ewert and the Two Dragons, both of which were local to New […]