Sensory Overload

Hear the first sliver of new music from Columbus drummer Sam Brown's band with members of Spoon and Wolf Parade.

Fly.Union's Jerreau drops "Conflicted"

Posted by Chris DeVille

Hear the thoughtful summer jam from the T.G.T.C. crew.

Friday at Double Happiness: Man Forever

Posted by Chris DeVille

Oneida drummer Kid Millions brings his percussive opus to Columbus.

Cue the theater nerd squeal!

Posted by Jackie Mantey

Watch the new trailer for Les Miserables starring Anne Hathaway and Hugh Jackman.

A new mixtape and a twenty-first birthday means it's time to rage.

Coming to the Gazebo this summer: Tony Monaco, The Fabulous Johnson Brothers, Maza Blaska, The Spikedrivers, Mary Adam 12 and Nick Tolford & Company.

OK, so we all wish we could have been at LCD Soundsystem's notoriously epic 3 1/2-hour farewell show at Madison Square Garden. The documentary "Shut Up and Play the Hits" chronicles that show and its runup.

Currently making the rounds on the film festival circuit, it was announced that the film will get an exclusive "one night only" stint in U.S. theaters on July 18. Great news ... except there aren't any Columbus showings on the current schedule.

On the bright side, the schedule says to check back for additional cities and theaters. This feels like a great fit for Gateway Film Center or maybe even the Wexner Center. And you can also "demand" it to your town using the Eventful gadget on the schedule page here.

Side note: The film is being distributed by Oscilloscope, the film production and distribution company of late Beastie Boys member Adam "MCA" Yauch. Just more proof that he was rad and the world is worse for the loss.

 

Dr. House sings the blues in Columbus

Posted by Chris DeVille

Hugh Laurie to perform at LC Pavilion's indoor stage August 26.

Interview: Sinkane

Posted by Chris DeVille

Ahmed Gallab chronicles his musical activities since leaving Columbus, including stints with Caribou, Of Montreal and Yeasayer, and the work that went into his latest incarnation of Sinkane.

Monthly concert series includes stops at Ace of Cups, Rumba Cafe and Woodlands Tavern.

Flogging Molly will perform after the Crew's match with Chicago this Saturday.

It looks like what you'd expect from Baz Luhrmann.