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Princess Nokia

The show began with Horsepowar and Homeboy Jules on stage. Although I hadn’t heard of them before, I instantly knew they were going to bring…

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For context, clipping. are doing well. Beyond the trio’s acclaimed releases on Sub Pop, their varied fortunes are respectively a burgeoning PhD in music theory,…

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Cloud Nothings

The Biltmore Cabaret’s stage is no more than two feet tall, and at first I thought the venue would be too small for such a…


Twin Peaks at The Biltmore Cabaret!

Twin Peaks is an American garage rock band from Chicago, currently on tour to support the release of their album “Down in Heaven”. The album will…

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Next Music From Tokyo Vol. 8

Next Music from Tokyo Volume 8 was dominated by feminine soprano voices reminiscent of anime opening sequences simultaneously playing mean, bass-thumping, head-banging, mosh-worthy indie rock….

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Cate Le Bon

Arriving at the Biltmore into an already-crowded room, the sound of simultaneous conversations washed over me. It was clear that Cate Le Bon, Welsh singer-songwriter…

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Aidan Knight

The back entrance to the Biltmore Cabaret can feel entirely different depending on the time of day. At night there is a certain quality, a…

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Angel Olsen

The Biltmore was filling steadily. With a half assembled audience, opening act Lionlimb began. Stewart Bronaugh’s soft vocals and noodling momentary guitar melodies established a…

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Colin Stetson and Sarah Neufeld

It was a hushed and expectant air that greeted guests to the Biltmore Cabaret on a humid Wednesday evening, and descending its steps was more…