Need a cure for the Monday blues? Try “cellotronik.”
“A cellist walks into a bar” might sound more like a setup
for a fish-out-of-water gag than a viable basis for a decade’s steady
gig. But Skip vonKuske has long dedicated himself to bringi
Jack White's genius manifests best when it's just guitar, drums and nothing else. Or so it seemed at Edgefield, where the standout moment in two-plus hours of White with his solo band came in the extended jam to open "Steady, As She Goes," just before the encore break. Jack's mangy riff bounced around like an old mattress in the back of a pickup, with just a few strands of thumping beat ...
“If the Flaming Lips’ music isn’t enough to convince you
of Wayne Coyne’s genius, consider this: The dude designed a video that
would allow him to audition bare breasts fo
As the sun set behind McMenamin's Edgefield last Saturday, TV on the Radio began to pound out the insistent, galloping rhythm of its most popular song, “Wolf Like Me.” In seconds, a mosh pit had broken out. Kids started fighting. A woman in a flouncy blue dress twisted her knee in the mayhem and had to be helped out of the crowd.This is a TV On the Radio concert in 2011.That probably wouldn't have ...
An employee of McMenamins Edgefield has filed a wage complaint [PDF] with the Bureau of Labor and Industries, alleging a restaurant manager changed "employee clock-out times to lower labor costs." BOLI responded Aug. 6 with a warning letter mailed to McMenamins, and then closed the case. (To conduct an investigation, the state agency would need more than one complaint, a spokesman for BOLI says.) Lisa ...