Kyle Parisi

Concert Preview: STRFKR, Feb. 17, 9:30 Club

Concert Preview: STRFKR, Feb. 17, 9:30 Club


Despite their best attempts in choosing a name that is both anti-fame and unfit for radio broadcast, STRFKR’s unique brand of dark, indie-pop dance music has earned them a wide and devoted following in the alternative music scene today. Their latest release, Being No One, Going Nowhere, builds on this success, matching meaningful lyrical content…

Concert Preview: Umphrey’s McGee, Feb. 15, The Anthem

Concert Preview: Umphrey’s McGee, Feb. 15, The Anthem


Umphrey’s McGee has come a long way in their prolific, genre-defying career as a rock band. Despite releasing a total of nine studio albums in their twenty-year career, the band has found time to perform more than 100 concerts annually and release each full-length show online to their fans since 2005. They’re a rock band,…

Critical Voices: Snoop Dogg, <i>Make America Crip Again </i>

Critical Voices: Snoop Dogg, Make America Crip Again


No matter how long it’s been since his last project, every so often hip hop fans seem to find themselves hearing the familiar, yet always surprising news: Snoop is back. After his debut album Doggystyle went platinum four times in 1994, Snoop Dogg has been one of the most proliferous artists alive today. He’s released…

Concert Review: Louis the Child, Oct. 25, 9:30 Club

Concert Review: Louis the Child, Oct. 25, 9:30 Club


Chicago-based DJ duo Louis the Child have come a long way since their first hit “It’s Strange” was recommended personally by Taylor Swift on Instagram. After numerous shows at intimate venues like U Street Music Hall and a smattering of middle tier festival appearances over the years, the group made their sold out debut at…

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