Photo Review: Little Dragon & Unknown Mortal Orchestra at Roseland Theater, 4/10

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Little Dragon is one of the most well put-together live bands out there, and the Swedish electro-soul quartet proved it last Thursday night at Roseland Theater. Overcoming a sound system that tragically consumed opener Unknown Mortal Orchestra whole, the band kicked off the 2014 Soul'd Out Music Festival with set of meticulously arranged, precisely played futurist R&B, drawn primarily from ...   More
 
Tuesday, April 15, 2014 MATTHEW SINGER

Of Ice and Fire

Little Dragon goes home again.


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Little Dragon took the long road back to Gothenburg.  Seven years ago, the electronic soul quartet left its hometown, the second-biggest city in Sweden, and didn’t take an extended break    More
 
Wednesday, April 9, 2014 MATTHEW SINGER

Show Preview: Janelle Monáe


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[SPASTIC SOUL] On tour for her latest album, The Electric Lady, Janelle Monáe has taken to being rolled onstage in a hand truck, at which point she bursts free from a straitjacket and right into    More
 
Wednesday, October 23, 2013 GRACE STAINBACK

Primer: Big Boi


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Born: In Savannah, Ga., in 1975. Sounds like: Listening to the coolest dude at the party shoot the shit as the DJ spins ’70s soul, ’80s boogie funk and the occasional modern electro-pop recor   More
 
Wednesday, May 8, 2013 MATTHEW SINGER

Live Review: A$AP Rocky at Roseland Theater, Oct. 22

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The sea of canvas bucket hats, military camo jackets and gold everything gathered at the Roseland Monday night was not for the Colombian cartel’s annual conference but for A$AP Rocky’s fourth West Coast stop on his LIVELOVEA$AP tour. The concert at the Roseland was as raucous as a hip-hop show should be, and the sold-out crowd was ecstatic to see three of 2012’s most explosive acts.  Openers ...   More
 
Thursday, October 25, 2012 DREW LENIHAN

LIVE REVIEW (Updated): LCD Soundsystem, Saturday, May 29 @ Roseland Theater


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This weekend, LCD Soundsystem graced the stage twice in the Northwest—first at the Roseland on Saturday and then on the mainstage of the Sasquatch! festival on Sunday night. I was there for the Sasquatch! show, and the band sounded incredible: Seven musicians onstage, totally locked in sync, taking songs ostensibly created solely by leader James Murphy and turning them into living, breathing ...   More
 
Thursday, June 3, 2010 Local Cut

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