Coming up this Sunday, Nick Millievoi’s Desertion Trio, Sweet Tooth, and Directions in Mid-Atlantic Music at Magnolia, 8 pm. Here’s a great piece by local rockist and Pulse curator Dave Cantor about Nick Millievoi: http://www.dailyprogress.com/entertainment/nick-millevoi-s-desertion-incorporates-dusty-tones-jazz-world-freedoms/article_c73a0fe6-e3f5-11e6-a11f-4f6cd23e0e57.html
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February 2nd, 2017 · Comments Off on Nick Millievoi’s Desertion Trio – Sunday 2/5 at Magnolia · By Daniel B.
I had the opportunity to see Angel Olsen in November of 2012 at the Tea Bazaar. I had heard a lot of buzz about her so I figured I would stop by. Since then I have been hooked. Olsen’s first two albums consisted of stripped down guitar and vocals, which were beautiful and powerful. On […]
January 7th, 2014 · 2 Comments · By Amanda
When making this post I used the opposite approach as James Ford – the fewer words the better. I, as a reader, know that it is somewhat comforting and self-validating to see that other people liked the same albums as you. I read year-end lists to see similarities, not to read the text, which is […]
October 18th, 2013 · 4 Comments · By Amanda
So there seems to be a good number of great concerts happening this weekend all over town. Here’s a brief preview of the highlights of the weekend. FRIDAY Alameda + Ben Seretan + Grand Banks at the Tea Bazaar. 9 PM. $7. Alameda plays indie folk music that draws influence from post-rock as well as […]
If you want to think of it this way, tonight’s show at Tea Bazaar is the last pre-Hopscotch party before the entire town makes a mass exodus for Raleigh. I’m kind of joking, but, like, I’m already there. Actually, though, this Tea Bazaar show is the last one for every single band on the bill […]
September 3rd, 2013 · 3 Comments · By Joy M.
I don’t want to make this post about me, but some of you may know that I’m moving away from Charlottesville soon, and I’m going to have to get all sappy for a second. Working on this post about the new Sharkopath video has made me realize that there are two major things I’m going […]
September 2nd, 2013 · 2 Comments · By Joy M.
On September 5th, hometown group The Anatomy of Frank will play the Southern with Air Review of Dallas and a magician named Lorenzo Sevilla. But, this isn’t a Spinal Tap puppet show situation: The Anatomy of Frank is on their way up, gaining popularity due to their relentless touring and solid showmanship, and Lorenzo Sevilla […]
August 28th, 2013 · 2 Comments · By Joy M.
Last week, I met up with Charlottesville’s own Borrowed Beams of Light to talk about their second full-length album, and their show on August 31st at the Southern with Grandchildren (from Philadelphia) and Carl Anderson. The band hadn’t finished practicing when I arrived, so I sat down on a couch in their current practice space, […]
August 1st, 2013 · 4 Comments · By Joy M.
Today is the first day of August, also known as the first day of the last month of summer. We’ve all had our fun living in a shitty sublet with no windows, looking up graduate programs and crying, and preparing to move back into our parents’ house. But now it’s time to really enjoy these […]
July 18th, 2013 · Comments Off on thursday/friday happenings · By Joy M.
The film Charade is screening at Vinegar Hill Theater at 7:30 p.m on Thursday evening. This is a special showing of the 1963 romantic comedy/thriller starring Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn, so click here to purchase your tickets! Then, on Friday the 19th, head on over to the Jefferson Theater for Kurt Vile & The […]