Monday Mar 24
Northwest Music Scene
Review: The Horde and the Harem deliver a harmless indie folk package ...
Part of me has to wonder why indie folk rock isn't as popular in the mainstream as its indie music peers, since it's arguably the most consistently strong subgenre of indie rock out there.
Sisyphus - Sisyphus Review
Sisyphus Review Posted by Daniel Wilcox on 03.18.2014 The debut record from the hip hop trio featuring indie icon Sufjan Stevens and Anticon label mates Son Lux and Serengeti is a dreamy, atmospheric and often bizarre offering that's well worth your time and attention.
CD review: Second Hand Marching Band, A Hurricane, A Thunderstorm
The snappy snare drum, the tinkling glocks, the brassy horns there's definitely something about the Second Hand Marching Band that does indeed bring to mind a high school band parading up and down the football field - if that parade was led by Stuart Murdoch with Sufjan Stevens one step behind and Bellowhead lagging far in the distance.
Best Bets This Week in Live Bay Area Music
This week's concert calendar may be lean, but the following shows would have all made for suitable additions to the Noise Pop curatorial scheme.
Which State Loves Rick Ross The Most? What About Miguel? Find Out
Which state is the craziest about Wiz Khalifa ? What about Rick Ross ? Would it surprise you if I told you that Sufjan Stevens is way big in Illnoise - I mean, Illinois? Well, now all of this info is at the tips of your itchy fingers thanks to a fun little hack that shows which band or artist defines taste in each of the 50 states.