Audio Archaeology: The Quitters’ impish rock ‘n’ roll

Audio Archaeology: The Quitters’ impish rock ‘n’ roll

A look "back-in-the-day" at The Quitters, who emerged from the Rochester music scene in the mid-90's with aggressive, melody-driven rock 'n' roll.

 

New art installation 'blooms' in acupuncture office

Tom Montagliano, the man behind the ”Immersive Igloo,” is known for combining music and light to create spatial sound installations in community settings. His new project “BLOOM” takes a more physically distanced approach.

Art

Rochester Events to present 'Drive-In Live' concert series

The physically distanced concert series, beginning on August 22, is a summer music alternative to the ill-fated 2020 “Party in the Park” events.

Music Features

Track review: 'Keeping On'

On his latest single, Rochester singer-songwriter Mikey James gives a nod to Bob Dylan, achieving a vintage pop feel with smirking lyrical humor.

Music Reviews

Album review: 'Popular Songs That Will Live Forever'

On his latest solo release, Rochester's Alex Northrup churns out whimsical chamber pop with a timeless mystique.

Music Reviews

ACOUSTIC | The Archive Ravens

The Archive Ravens' Ava Sauer and Tom Andolsek will bring their tender acoustic ballads and exacting vocal harmonies to a Facebook Live performance on August 1.

Choice Concerts

OPERA | 'Virtual Bravo Nights'

Opera Guild of Rochester brings back its recital series "Bravo Nights" with virtual performances from Brittany Rumph and Joelle Lachance on July 28.

Choice Concerts

Greg Best offers ‘new sacred space’ from trauma on ‘Damage’ EP

Rochester musician Greg Best's new EP chronicles his journey to mental wellness in the face of emotional trauma with honesty, intensity, and a dark pop-metal soundtrack.

Music Features

Musician Jon Seiger returns from hearing loss, reclaims his own story of abuse

Rochester jazz musician Jon Seiger has overcome multiple challenges — including deafness and a traumatic childhood — to share some Louis Armstrong-inspired joy with listeners.

Music Features

Album review: 'Watershed'

On the album "Watershed," jazz guitarist John Stein demonstrates his talent for polished compositions that reflect his adoration of Brazilian music.

Music Reviews

Album review: 're: manhattan project'

Guitarist Denin Koch and beta particle, his jazz band of fellow Eastman graduates, tackles the history of America's nuclear weapons program on the forthcoming album "re: manhattan project."

Music Reviews

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