Deadshirt’s Dream David Bowie Tribute Concert

Last week, The Music Of series held two concerts at Carnegie Hall, dedicated to celebrating the music of David Bowie. The Music Of series is a yearly charity event that celebrates the music of a different songwriter each year; it was scheduled months in advance and Read More …

Deadshirt Is Listening… Reminiscing, Spinning, and Navel-Gazing

Deadshirt Is Listening… Bringing you a rundown of our staff and guest contributors’ favorite new tracks released in the past week after they’ve had the weekend to blast them in their cars, in a club, alone in their rooms, etc. Julian Ames is reminiscing to… “Hello” Read More …

Listen Here: Let’s Dance Macabre

Listen Here is a monthly playlist picked and curated by members of the Deadshirt staff around a certain theme. This month’s theme is Stephen King, with a playlist selected by Mike Pfeiffer. It’s October, baby, and you know what that means: time to read exactly one Read More …

Listen Here: Early Developments

Listen Here is a monthly playlist picked and curated by members of the Deadshirt staff around a certain theme. This month’s theme is “Early Developments,” with a playlist selected by several Deadshirt staffers and curated by music editor Julian Ames. April’s playlist theme was a little more personal Read More …

Deadshirt Is Listening… Shimmying, Strutting, Understanding Regret

Deadshirt Is Listening… Bringing you a rundown of our staff and guest contributors’ favorite new tracks released in the past week after they’ve had the weekend to blast them in their cars, in a club, alone in their rooms, etc. Sam Paxton is shimmying to… “God Read More …

Listen Here: 4th of July BBQ

Listen Here is a monthly playlist picked and curated by members of the Deadshirt staff around a certain theme. This month’s theme is “4th of July Barbecue,” with a playlist selected by several Deadshirt staffers and curated by music editor Julian Ames. The 4th of July Read More …

Kill Your Heroes: Why I Love Springsteen and Loathe Born in the USA

  Nobody’s perfect. Sometimes the only way to understand why you love an artist is to examine something they’ve made that just doesn’t work. Sometimes, you have to Kill Your Heroes. Like many Jersey boys, I was raised on The Boss. Bruce Springsteen is an American Read More …