Often referred to as your favorite band’s favorite band, Sparks has been electrifying crowds around the world since the early 1970s. Last month, we got to see them put on a truly legendary show at the iconic Beacon Theater. With a discography dating back over fifty years and a setlist from over fifteen projects, there truly was something for everyone.
When we spoke to The Rural Alberta Advantage before their show at Bowery Ballroom, they said their biggest hope was for the crowd to leave feeling “emotional, whether it’s their first show or not.” And while it was the groovement’s first time seeing them, it certainly won’t be our last.
New York turned into New Orleans as The Soul Rebels brought the funk to Brooklyn Bowl the first night of their weekend-long residency.
On the fourth and final night of their residency at The Broadway in Brooklyn, Tea Eater brought the house down with an electric set that certainly turned some heads. This was our first time catching Tea Eater live, and it definitely won’t be our last.
In 2017, Hannah Merrick and Craig Whittle were waiters in Liverpool. Five years of collaboration later, the duo have released multiple projects and built a serious fanbase in the alternative space. We were lucky to chat with them before their show at Baby’s All Right in July, where they performed their debut album for an American audience for the very first time.