“Philly’s Constant Hitmaker” is back with “(watch my moves).”
The Queensland trio is coming to the Crystal Ballroom on May 26.
Plus: Steely Dan, Destroyer and “The Bay Strikes Back.”
The Portland composer’s creation is dedicated to Black Americans who lost their lives to racist violence.
“I might be launched into the sky or explode on the ground, but we’re all feeling just really hopeful.”
Kurt Vile is comfortably in weird old pro mode on “(watch my moves).”
The remaining candidates hail from Dublin, London and New York.
Daniel Crommie’s “Twenty Twenty Two″ features industrial clamor separated by brooding, richly colored ambient tracks.
The local blues and soul singer died last March.
Called “No One Saves the Earth from Us But Us,” the concert will feature the premiere of Neher’s new song cycle of the same name.
Ruth Radelet, formerly of Chromatics, is committing “Crimes.”
The Nigerian American singer, songwriter and producer is bringing her soul-baring songs to the Wonder Ballroom.
Get ready for ’80s pop, Tanzanian dance music, furry themes and avant-garde Australian songs.
Tickets go on sale at 10 am April 15.