review: Meadow House’s Tongue Under a Ton of Nine-VoltersBy Dave Mandl
Regarding great marginal or underground musicians, it’s often true that the less well known they remain, the better.
Bow Becomes BreathBy Ellen Pearlman
The newest strand in Meredith Monk’s endless creative braid is the string quartet Stringsongs, commissioned by the Kronos Quartet, which had its United States premiere at Zankel Hall on February 5.
Honest Is the Best PolicyBy Grant Moser
Heir to a long legacy of gifted singer-songwriters, Brendan Benson writes smart pop. You won’t find bubblegum hooks here, but his songs are definitely catchy.