His Facebook page is full of reflections, questions, debates, and opinions; it's only natural that his lyrical content matches his personality.
Binghamton’s post-punk band put out their latest 6-track album in February
“This is our first time in Albany,” she said behind a curtain of blonde hair, a few songs in. “Also my first time playing this guitar.”
This record should be praised for its unique compositional approach that’s bravely not committed to a single style.
Local Albany musician Doug Dulgarian is heavy into creating and supporting local music.
The enthusiastic audience would have stayed for much, much more.
Young the Giant and Lewis Del Mar filled The Palace in Albany with indie rock on Thursday, Feb. 23.
Headed by Rhode Island native Muse en Lystrala, the self-made ensemble has some big dreams for their musical future.
Last night, the 26-year-old phenomenon made a grand return to the Capital District.
With three straight years of subscription growth, the Albany Symphony Orchestra must be doing something right.
On their sophomore record “Feel,” Wild Adriatic sound like a band who have played together live a countless number of times. The upstate New York