The last time Miley Cyrus graced the stage at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, she twerked against Robin Thicke‘s crotch, faux-masturbated with a foam finger, stuck out her tongue and became the most famous pop star of 2013. Last night, she was hellbent on continuing that momentum. Over the past few months, the furor fueled… Read the full article
If you hadn’t already noticed, Miss Betty Who is one of my favorite up-and-comers on the pop scene this year. The (as of yet) unsigned indie-pop singer-songstress has been grabbing headlines across the blogosphere and beyond with her brilliant debut EP The Movement, which has continued to serve as a shimmering companion for my Summer… Read the full article
…God? I’m not religious, but she makes me want to pray. Several minutes after 10 PM, the lights dropped at the TD Garden in Boston on Tuesday night as a group of hooded priests huddled around a massive censer, praying quietly to themselves. Behind them, a giant cross with the words “MDNA” brightly burned on… Read the full article
After all of the noise and hot air that erupted from the Internet following her live performances around the release of the album six months ago, I was slightly concerned as I arrived at Irving Plaza on Friday night that a live Lana Del Rey might not actually be as compelling as the girl on… Read the full article
I’ve been to quite a few concerts this summer and looking back, it’s funny to think about the differences in the crowds. At Britney Spears, there were gay men in glittery eyeshadow and booty shorts all around me. At Jack’s Mannequin and Guster, the audience consisted of suburban white kids with backwards baseball caps, flip-flops… Read the full article
As the countdown trails to zero and the lights plummet into total darkness, the screen above the stage fills with the image of Spears–the Femme Fatale. Brandishing a gun, she feverishly bolts past security cameras; her signature blonde locks bobbing up and down as she scales barbed-wire fences and shoots at her pursuers as only… Read the full article
As the bright blue LED screens lighting up the Agganis Arena in Boston on Friday night began to fill up with bubbles and the silhouettes of a dozen muscly mermen, a handful of dancers slowly crept up the coliseum staircase and bowed in reverence as a giant structure began to ascend from below. Was it… Read the full article
Last Friday, I–along with MuuMuse contributor Sam and one of my bestest bloggy BFFLs Jon of Jon Ali’s Blog–attended ArjanWrites.com’s SUPERFRAICHE at the Galapagos Art Space in Brooklyn.
On Thursday night, Janet Jackson brought her international Number Ones: Up Close and Personal Tour to Mohegan Sun.
Last night marked Lady Gaga‘s final sold-out performance at Madison Square Garden on The Monster Ball Tour 2011. The show, the second of two nights taped for Gaga’s upcoming HBO special in May, was a nearly two and a half-hour extravaganza, as Lady Gaga and her friends traversed the gritty, ghoulish streets of an imagined… Read the full article