Tag: yeah yeah yeahs

Moogfest 2014: Single Day Tickets, Schedule by Day & Festival Venues Announced!

Moogfest 2014: Single Day Tickets, Schedule by Day & Festival Venues Announced!

[ 0 ] March 19, 2014 |

Moogfest is a five-day festival held in beautiful Asheville, North Carolina, dedicated to the synthesis of technology, art, science and music lasting from April 23rd through the 27th. Since its inception in 2004, Moogfest has been a magnet for artists, engineers, and enthusiasts of Dr. Robert Moog and his legacy to meet, share, create and […]

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Recap: Music Midtown Day 2 @ Piedmont Park

Recap: Music Midtown Day 2 @ Piedmont Park

[ 0 ] September 23, 2013 |

Photos By: Hillery Terenzi Review By: Molly Free Even a monsoon sitting over Piedmont Park on Saturday afternoon wasn’t going to stop the thousands of music enthusiasts from hearing some amazing music, at Music Midtown Day 2. After waiting about an hour in line in what seemed the heaviest rain of the day, I marched […]

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Album Review: Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Mosquito, Released 4/16

Album Review: Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Mosquito, Released 4/16

[ 0 ] April 16, 2013 |

The Yeah Yeah Yeahs are back with their 4th album release, Mosquito and it’s another solid hit. Quite different from the 80’s pop-sounding, 2009 It’s Blitz, Mosquito is more rock oriented. The instrumentals are experimental and Karen O is sassy with title-track, “Mosquito” and the sexy, “Sacrilege”. “Slave” is fun and edgy, but single, “Sacrilege” […]

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Passion Pit Bring the Dance Party to The Tabernacle on June 9

Passion Pit Bring the Dance Party to The Tabernacle on June 9

[ 0 ] May 6, 2010 |

Electronic band Passion Pit comes to the Tabernacle on Wednesday, June 9.  The high-energy five-piece from Cambridge, Mass. has had as much success with their 2009 debut full-length release Manners as they have with the many “Passion Pit remixes” (Phoenix – 1901, Yeah Yeah Yeahs – Heads Will Roll, Shout Out Louds – Heads Will Roll, […]

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CD Review: Cinetrope — Once I Ruled the World; Playing 500 Songs For Kids at Smith’s Olde Bar, April 30

CD Review: Cinetrope — Once I Ruled the World; Playing 500 Songs For Kids at Smith’s Olde Bar, April 30

[ 0 ] April 26, 2010 |

Cinetrope Once I Ruled the World Zombino By Al Kaufman Cinetrope think big. The Atlanta band, whose name means “film music,” have created a concept album about a man-made plague that ends the world (turning people into zombies, of course), the guilt the creator of the plague goes through, and the creator’s ultimate redemption by inventing […]

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