Brooklyn is so closely associated with the American cultural zeitgeist of the early 2000s that it’s easy to forget how newly “cool” the borough was at the time. During Oneida’s late-90s infancy, the freak rockers would be met with bemusement when they told music journalists they were from Brooklyn. “People would laugh—Brooklyn was not hip,” […]
Oneida return with drummer Kid Millions, now recovered from a March car crash
In March, days before the launch of a tour planned to support his band’s 12th album, Romance (Joyful Noise), Oneida drummer Jon Colpitts—better known by his stage name, Kid Millions—was hospitalized following a serious car accident in Los Angeles. The tour was canceled, and though his Oneida bandmates announced that he was expected to make […]
A lava-filled river flows to Oneida on the gig poster of the week
This week’s featured gig posted was created by Daniel MacAdam of Crosshair Studios.
Jason Molina’s long dark blues
Songs: Ohia and Magnolia Electric Co. front man Jason Molina produced a prodigious catalog of stark and heartbreaking music. Then he disappeared.
Best shows to see: Oneida, Chucho Valdes, Wrekmister Harmonies
The best shows to see on Mon 7/28 through Wed 7/30
Shows to see: The Eternals, Man Forever, Paul Cary
Two never-to-be-repeated Chicago supercollaborations and jazzy roots rock