Indie Rock

When Wilco Met Bertrand Goldberg

When Wilco Met Bertrand Goldberg
By July 27, 2011

Bertrand Goldberg left his thumbprint all over the city of Chicago, but the architect also lived one of the greatest lives of the 20th century. Read More

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The Big Jewcy: Amy Klein – Titus Andronicus

The Big Jewcy: Amy Klein – Titus Andronicus
By June 6, 2011

You might know Amy from her band, Titus Andronicus, but there is so much more you should know about her. Read More

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Jewcy Interviews: The Antlers

Jewcy Interviews: The Antlers
By May 10, 2011

We talk with Peter Silberman of The Antlers about the band’s new album, “Burst Apart,” and the chance of the band getting an on-stage dancer. Read More

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There Will Be Hamantaschen (In The Streets Of Austin)

There Will Be Hamantaschen (In The Streets Of Austin)
By March 15, 2011

If you are in need of triangle cookie with apricot/strawberry/raspberry jam in the middle this Sunday, either seek out somebody from Jewcy, or tweet “Hey @JewcyMag I want #Austinhamantaschen” and we will tell you where to get it. Read More

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Judd Greenstein & Olga Bell

Judd Greenstein & Olga Bell
By February 24, 2011

The Yehudim is a mixed ensemble of voices, vintage keyboards, electric guitars and basses, and percussion, conceived of and directed by composer Judd Greenstein. This concert will feature a four-movement, continuous set from Sh’lomo, Greenstein’s re-imagining of the King Solomon … Read More

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For Female Drummers Only: Mindy Abovitz Of Tom Tom Magazine

For Female Drummers Only: Mindy Abovitz Of Tom Tom Magazine
By February 2, 2011

Mindy Abovitz wanted to create the best magazine for and about female drummers. We think she’s succeeded. Read More

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Ari Picker Is An Indie All Star With The Band Lost In The Trees

Ari Picker Is An Indie All Star With The Band Lost In The Trees
By February 1, 2011

Ari Picker and his new band, Lost in the Trees, sound like pretty much everything you’ve ever loved about indie rock. Read More

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Favorite Album About The Solar System Of 2010: “Planets” By One Ring Zero

Favorite Album About The Solar System Of 2010: “Planets” By One Ring Zero
By December 14, 2010

Michael Hearst and his merry crew of songsters somehow figured out how to combines Peter Gabriel-era Genesiswith klezmer, and not make it sound like a huge mistake. Read More

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