BUMP puts on a funkin' good show
King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard were a bevy of noises, with two drummers, a harmonica and synth player and at times, two bassists. Their set was loud, rhythmic and full of ...
Underground scene rises above
Touring bands often struggle financially and house shows like Seminary Shows give them a place to perform, sleep and get support through donations. ...
Restaurant week Fall 2014: River Bistro
The venison meatloaf comes with a smoky vinegar and barbecue sauce, garnished with mashed potatoes and string beans. The duck confit crepe, included as an appetizer, was moist and succulent. ...
Yellow Ostrich flies to the Southern Tier for BUMP show
Release sat down with lead singer/songwriter Alex Schaaf to talk home recording, their tour and Carl Sagan. ...
The Release guide to men's spring fashion
You can purchase the nicest, most high-quality cotton shirt on the market and still look 14 if your clothes don’t fit right. ...
Senior musicians end college on a high note at BUMP show
“The thing I’ll miss most is being able to jam and create music with so many talented people at Binghamton University,” Shapiro said. ...
A student band you'll find strangely appealing
"The humor goes pretty well with the style of sarcastic music that I write and play." - Jason Touri, senior majoring in biology ...
Real Estate plays it safe but succeeds on 'Atlas'
Real Estate is kind of the Ned Flanders of indie rock — a band so family-friendly it starts to drive you crazy. ...
Arts & Culture
Pharrell goes nowhere on G I R L
After a wildly successful year of blurring lines and getting lucky, Pharrell Williams needs no introduction. It is only natural for the 40-year-old, oversized fedora-wearing singer/producer/mastermind to put out a new solo...
St. Vincent drags, but delivers on new self-titled album
At best, the self-titled “St. Vincent” is Clark’s most powerful, concise record that showcases her talent as one of the boldest songwriters today. ...