Interview: 'Little Steven' Van Zandt
Hard work, and soul
Art/WORK Episode 8: Caitlin Yarsky
Caitlin Yarsky uses her love for sci-fi and fantasy to illustrate fantastic worlds and comic characters.
Commissioner Elia reviewing report on Rochester school district
Jaime Aquino, the consultant that state education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia sent to examine the Rochester school district, sent his report to her earlier this week....
Flower City Pottery Invitational, Tia Brazda, 'Good Grief' & more!
[ VOCAL JAZZ ] Toronto-based jazz singer Tia Brazda’s talent lies in her exquisite phrasing and seductive tonal range. This young lady’s voice slips and slides from a contralto coo to breathy cool. Full of irresistible effervescence, her style is swing-infused jazz that goes way beyond the Winehouse wheelhouse. Brazda’s latest album, “Daydream,” just dropped in September and is front-to-back gawgeous. The production is slick with just a dusting of nostalgia, but it doesn’t threaten to crowd the music or the singer. And despite the band in the room, it’s as if she’s singing directly to you. Consider yourself a Romeo on the make? A lothario on the loose? Well now, this redheaded canary is singing…
CITY's Weekly E-newsletter: October 10
[ MUSIC FEATURE ] Joe Tunis certainly has the look of an RIT alum, computer software developer, and family man who’s played his fair share of Frisbee golf. But it’s also the look of a DIY entrepreneur who still operates the same fledgling record company for indie rock and experimental music that he started in April 1994. Tunis and Carbon Records are celebrating the label’s upcoming 25th anniversary with a slew of new albums.
Album review: 'Peachy Keen'
Roselove 'Peachy Keen' Self-released roselove.bandcamp.com If art were supposed to be perfect and polished, the young and inspired would hit snooze instead of making it,...