Last December my best friend died. He struggled with addiction and despite an enormous support system of friends, none of us recognized the signals in time. He was one of the few golden souls on this planet that had a truly generous and compassionate heart, as well as an... Read more
Turkuaz is a 9-piece “Powerfunk” army hailing from Brooklyn, NY, whose modern twist on the classic sound has placed them at the forefront of a new funk evolution. With the obvious influences—Parliament, Sly & The Family Stone, Rick James and Zapp and Roger—as the basis for a recipe, Turkuaz... Read more
There’s a great scene in The Last Waltz – the documentary about The Band’s final concert – where director Martin Scorsese is discussing music with drummer/singer/mandolin player Levon Helm. Helm says, “If it mixes with rhythm, and if it dances, then you’ve got a great combination of all those... Read more
Grounded in their own distinctively powerful brand of electro, Boulder, Colorado’s SAVoY bridges the gap between high-quality studio production and dominating live performances. The trio has performed live at multiple major music festivals including Monolith Music Festival and Wakarusa. Over the past two years, they have shared the stage... Read more
The Yonder Mountain String Band (abbreviated YMSB and referred to by some as just “Yonder”) is an American progressive bluegrass group from Nederland, Colorado. Composed of Dave Johnston, Ben Kaufmann, Adam Aijala, Allie Kral, and Jacob Joliff, the band has released five studio albums and several live recordings to... Read more
Hyperion Homegrown was exactly what Indiana residents needed: beautiful weather, incredible music, talented artists and tons of happy campers.
Sharpen your axe and load your crossbow. On Saturday October 24, 2015 the Broad Ripple Zombie Walk returns and we need YOU to make it happen.
There it is, the Werkout in review. While this isn’t an all-inclusive list or even the big picture of what went down that weekend, it’s our little version. Short and condensed, just add water – or beer – to reconstitute…
It’s a Friday night in Indianapolis and what’s there to do? On normal nights, this inquiry might pose a more serious question. Last weekend, however, the answer was quite simple. One phrase, five words, nothing more. Papadosio and The Main Squeeze….
Hidden in the heart of Irvington on an unassuming side street, The 5547 Project is Indy’s newest haven for those seeking local art and music. Void of the pretentiousness of formal art galleries, The 5547 Project puts arts-based community learning first.