Robyn: Live at Radio City Music Hall (February 5, 2011) (Concert Review)

by Bradley Stern

Photo courtesy of WireImage. As the strobe lights began to flicker faster and faster to their dizzying, epilepsy-inducing speed, the deafening sound of a rocket touching down to Earth roared into the speakers of Radio City Music Hall on Saturday night. And for the third time in less than a year, I found myself smack… Read the full article

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November 11: Robyn, Natalia Kills and Maluca Dominate at Terminal 5 in NYC (Concert Review)

by Bradley Stern

Photo taken by Markofthehorse. On Wednesday night, Natalia Kills, Maluca and Robyn took to the stage at Terminal 5 in New York City. This is what transpired.

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Break You Hard: Natalia Kills Slays Crowd at The Bell House in Brooklyn, NY (Concert Review)

by Bradley Stern

My name is Natalia Kills. Tonight, you are all getting killed. On Wednesday night, Cherrytree Records’ Natalia Kills headlined the PopJustice/High Rise CMJ showcase at The Bell House in Brooklyn. For faithful Muusers, it’s no secret I’ve always had a soft spot for Miss Kills. She kind of embodies everything I love in film, fashion… Read the full article

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Ellie Goulding Live at Hiro Ballroom (Concert Review)

by Bradley Stern

Last October, Ellie Goulding performed “Under The Sheets” on Later…with Jools Holland for the first time on British television. She appeared visibly nervous, concealed underneath what was then her trademark hooded sweatshirt, as her voice stuttered and cracked as if struggling to find the right note. It’s hard to believe that the girl in that… Read the full article

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The Scissor Sisters Bring ‘Night Work’ Tour to Terminal 5 in New York City on August 25, 2010

by Bradley Stern

Wait, isn’t that Adam Lambert and Amanda Lepore? Fair warning: My experience at the Scissor Sisters concert involved a great deal of celebrity ogling, thanks to a very kind VIP pass courtesy of the band. Shameless name-dropping and self-absorbed ramblings begin…NOW. As we made our way into Terminal 5 on Wednesday night, my friends and… Read the full article

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August 5: Robyn and Kelis Complete the All Hearts Tour at Webster Hall in NYC (Concert Review)

by Bradley Stern

“Where da fuck is you at, ho?” On August 5, the All Hearts Tour made its final stop at Webster Hall in New York City, featuring the Far East Movement, Dan Black, Kelis, and Robyn. I attended that concert, and this is what I have to say about it. When my friend Eric and I… Read the full article

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July 29, 2010: Robyn Performs for iHeartRadio (Concert Review)

by Bradley Stern

Photo courtesy of iHeartRadio. If you didn’t already know from my manic, semi-nonsensical tweets, I trekked down to the city yesterday to attend a private performance by the one and only Swedish princess of pop Robyn for iHeartRadio, which was taped at the P.C. Richard & Son Theater in Tribeca. The singer performed her killer… Read the full article

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July 7: Lady Gaga’s Monster Ball Tour Live at Madison Square Garden (Concert Review)

by Bradley Stern

If I were a sinner, why would Jesus let me play the Garden? On Wednesday night, I became a full-fledged monster…again. July 7 marked Lady Gaga‘s second performance at Madison Square Garden–her hometown show during the second American leg of her seemingly ceaseless tour, the Monster Ball Tour. Gaga’s tour has improved dramatically since the… Read the full article

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Mighty Aphrodite: Kylie Minogue Performs Aphrodite Megamix at Splash in New York City on June 5 (Mini-Concert Review)

by Bradley Stern

On Thursday (two days ago), I heard a few rumblings and rumors across the blogosphere about a possible surprise appearance by Kylie Minogue at Splash Nightclub in New York City. It made sense, given that she was already in town for the amFAR Gala this week. So, after a few choice e-mails, her appearance was… Read the full article

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May 6, 2010: Jonsi’s Go Tour 2010 at the House of Blues in Boston (Concert Review)

by Bradley Stern

Passing by Fenway Stadium on May 6, the street was paved with red and white. Pedestrians mobbed the street. Drunk men in Red Sox jerseys swerved into my path with their drunker girlfriends, while small children ran rampant and unrestrained. The air still reeked of stadium hot dogs and spilled beer as I waited in… Read the full article

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