I’ve seen Father John Misty a total of three or four times now, so of course, I love the music. But I wasn’t convinced this time.
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Last Wednesday, New Jersey beach rockers Real Estate took to the stage at SOhO for a late night show.
I am so proud of the words that I wrote during my time at the Nexus. I will always cherish my time as an Artsweek Editor. This was all a part of my growth: a larger story that these four years are wra...
Artsweek Editor Zoë Jones discusses her experiences as a Black woman who has lived in Isla Vista for four years.
Artsweek interviewed the host of the Spotify Original Podcast, Cole Cuchna, on passion projects, white discourse around black music and his own creative process when writing episodes for the show.
From amphitheater concerts at the SB Bowl to backyard shows in I.V., Santa Barbara has a lot to offer when it comes to live music.
Everyone watching the Isla Vista music scene, myself included, can’t wait to see what these bands are going to do.
The advent of music editing technology has made the process of recording easier, slicker and faster — which makes a Beatles-esque creative yield even more achievable. This year, we saw a return to t...
Perhaps the most comforting thing of all is this thought: An artist never truly dies, as long as there are people who are enabling their art to live on.
With the release of his latest album, Pure Comedy, Father John Misty took on a new role in the indie world. He has never been one to censor himself, but a shift in his focus is clear: He is looking ou...