Brother Twin’s new EP ‘Really Though’ goes full length
Brother Twin If you're one of the few who isn’t crazy about the traditional celebrations of St. Patrick’s Day then head to The Lost Horizon for an alternative punk rock show with local band Brother Twin.
Exhibit opening at the OHA on Friday, February 20
Syracuse is a city full of surprises.
A tale of a tour, red tape and music waiting be heard
Last year was exciting for musicians Joe Driscoll and Sekou Kouyate.
Lotus plays Jan. 24 and 25 at the F Shed
Electronic band Lotus is coming to the F Shed this weekend - playing Saturday, January 24 and Sunday, January 25, followed by after party performances at the Westcott Theater.
A look back at the end-of-season concert
Traditionally, in agricultural areas at the end of a growing season, the surrounding community would gather to celebrate the harvest. Together they would come, congregating in a large field or barn, gathering to lift their voices in song and share spirits to keep the cold at bay for just a little while longer.
Live Music for New Year’s Eve
At this time of year, there are more “where to go for New Year’s Eve” lists than you can shake a stick at. Everyone has an opinion and I’m no exception. So, in no particular order, here is a list of my four favorite places to hear live music and shake your booty to ring in the New Year!
High energy and intensity mark the latest release from Phantom Chemistry
Phantom Chemistry seems an apt name for this Syracuse band.
Charley Orlando: CD Release Party at Sparkytown on December 13
Charley Orlando is a gifted talent. Molded by the Central New York music scene, this nationally recognized artist has 15 albums to his name and a career in the music industry spanning over 25 years. In his time of development and discovery he has transformed from musical journeyman to a wisdom imparting sage. He shares his next offering of music and enlightenment on December 9, with the release of StarSeed, the final chapter of the Organica trilogy.
With the Monks of Gaden Shartse Phukhang Monastery
Sound is powerful.
Inclusive Or brings an elixir of catharsis with the release of their album
Inclusive Or releases their first album, Cocktails in Purgatory, on local label bettyElm Records. The Syracuse based band’s line-up is made up of Trevor Grant (guitar, piano, and vocals), Tim Clark (keyboard), Mike Russo (bass guitar and vocals), Dave DelFavero (guitar), and Danny Capucilli (drums). Together the members of Inclusive Or have created a musical soundscape on their album that illustrates the psychological and philosophical plight in the everyday post-modern life. Inclusive Or's album release gives an unnerving sense of ennui while simultaneously being so self-aware of angst that they can admit their misanthropic tendencies with a wry smile of acceptance and disbelief.