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… Waking Up, Tapping Toes, Making Excuses

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 waking up to… Read More …

Deadshirt Is Listening … Slam Dancing, Crowd-Surfing, Getting Nostalgic

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 crowd-surfing to… “Bad Read More …

Listen Here: Best of 2014

Listen Here is a monthly playlist picked and curated by members of the Deadshirt staff around a certain theme. This month’s theme is “Best of 2014,” with a playlist selected by several Deadshirt staffers and curated by music editor Julian Ames. 2015 is here and with it comes Read More …

Deadshirt’s Top Ten Albums of 2014

Any year-end top ten music list is a balance between overall objective quality and personal tastes. The sheer amount of music that comes out any given year makes compiling a list like this a crapshoot at the beginning, but eventually the cream rises to the top Read More …

Deadshirt Is Listening… Getting Baptized, Shake, Rattle, and Rolling

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 shake, rattle, and Read More …

A Real Girl – St. Vincent Learns How To Be Herself

The cover of St. Vincent, the self-titled fourth album from Annie Clark, posits the multi-instrumentalist as some sort of galactic empress or cult leader, glowering impressively from her throne. It’s a fitting image for this, an ambitious, monolithic collection of songs that, for all its Read More …