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From the far corners of the internet lies Doss, a solo electronic artist who has been relatively successful in maintaining her anonymous identity. Up until her debut EP release this past April, Doss was only revealed to the world by a few remixes here and there including How To Dress Well’s “& It Was U” >> Read More




With one of our favorite parties of every year coming up, we decided what better way to get amped than to hear some tunes and highlight the performers off of the upcoming line-up. Based out of Pennsylvania, the duo consisting of Lea Cho and Russ Waterhouse makes music that would be difficult to pinpoint into >> Read More



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Southampton’s Band of Skulls consist of college friends Matt Hayward, Russell Marsden, and Emma Richardson. Whether it’s an appearance on Radio 1 with Zane Lowe or Late Night with Seth Meyers, or Austin City Limits and Lollapalooza, the trio have been across the globe and back. Pulling from the likes of The Kills or Black >> Read More



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Deer Tick‘s music is best be served with a glass of whiskey. Since 2004, the band led by John McCauley is best known for their songs with full emotional range. Through personal experiences, McCauley has molded the band’s offerings into a personal journey of pain and loss. Like music of legendary Hank Williams or Michael >> Read More




In the decade-long span of his career, Cass McCombs has remained under the radar. When listening to McCombs’ records we find ourselves asking, who exactly is Cass McCombs? Depicting personal tales or fictional stories, the element of curiosity comes innately. Each of McCombs’ albums trigger concepts that engulf and fascinate the artist’s mind: everywhere between >> Read More




Part Academy Award-winning actor, part musician, we were at a a loss of words to find out Jeff Bridges himself would be gracing the building next month. So speechless that we decided to find a few .gifs that essentially highlight The Dude and all his being. Jeff Bridges and The Abiders will be here in >> Read More




We are stoked to welcome the legendary Robert Randolph and the Family Band back to the venue. Randolph is on Rolling Stone’s list of the 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time. In live performances, audience anticipation (the last show in 2011 brought twelve audience members to th stage for a dance party) can be expected. >> Read More




It’s a triumphant story to say the least. Sharon Jones’ latest album, Give The People What They Want, was originally scheduled to release last summer; yet, after a shocking diagnosis of stage-two pancreatic cancer, Jones regretfully postponed all plans of recording or performing her new material. For fans, this put into the question what the >> Read More




My favorite thing about in-studio sessions is the rawness and intensity that engulfs the limited studio space. Like La Blogotheque Take-Away Shows, in-studio sessions are live, up and close, and sometimes, as personal as things can get. It’s no different from Josh Tillman, also known as Father John Misty. Goosebumps-induced performances, we can hardly imagine >> Read More




We have a large amount of great local acts hitting the Granada Theater stage in the coming weeks. For the next few weeks, we’re going to highlight some of the great local talent that you should check out in addition to the other great bands our team has on the calendar for your live music >> Read More

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