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In The Jul 17, 2014 EDT

Camplified Summer Concert Tour Rocks On With Go Down Moses & Bad Seed Rising

The Camplified Summer Concert Tour is well underway, rocking one-day festivals at each stop and bringing new music to the likes of tween and teenaged campers along the way. Music Times recently announced Council as the winners of our contest alongside Camplified; however, the tour doesn’t stop there. Also appearing are the likes of the ever so talented Go Down Moses and Bad Seed Rising.Read more »

In The Jul 16, 2014 EDT

Music Times Congratulates ‘Camplified Summer Concert Tour’ Contest Winners: COUNCIL

MT is happy to announce that we’ve found the winners of our contest: Council.Read more »

In The Jun 10, 2014 EDT

Governors Ball in Photos

Music Times sent reporter Ryan Book to Governors Ball June 6-8 with the intent of capturing the essence of New York City's biggest and most diverse music event.Read more »

In The Jun 04, 2014 EDT

K-LOVE 2014 Fan Zone

From Friday, May 30 through Sunday, June 1st, Christian music fans had a full weekend of fun and faith at the K-LOVE 2014 Fan Zone.Read more »

In The May 23, 2014 EDT

The People of Hangout: A Photo Retrospective Of The Fans Of The 2014 Hangout Music Festival

One of the best things to do at music festivals — or really anywhere for that matter — is people watching. Fans bring their A-game when it comes to outfits and attitude. This year's Hangout Music Festival was no exception. Now that a week has passed since the festival kicked off, we're here to help you get over your post-festival blues. Take a look at our slideshow of the people who make Hangout great. If you see yourself, share with your friends and leave your memories in the comments section!Read more »

In The May 21, 2014 EDT

Best Photos from Hangout Music Festival 2014

The 2014 Hangout Music Festival came to a close last weekend. We've shared our favorite moments from the Pre-party through Days 1, 2 and 3. Now check out some of our favorite photos from the weekend, taken by our reporter Nick Snyder. We here in the New York City office have been living vicariously through him, and now you can, too. Make sure to follow us on Instagram for up-to-the-minute photo coverage throughout the festival season.Read more »

In The Feb 16, 2014 EDT

Natalie Stovall and The Drive - Columbus, GA Show (2014)

Natalie Stovall and The Drive at the Outlaw Saloon in Columbus, GA - February 15, 2014.Read more »

In The Nov 14, 2013 EDT

Lou Reed's Memorial Service

On a chilly November afternoon a few hundred people got together and listened to Lou Reed's music outside under the sun. Most of them were strangers, but all were connected in on way or another by the songs that echoed through the terrace.Read more »

In The Oct 31, 2013 EDT

See Music Times Staff Dressed Up As Album Covers

Happy Halloween from all us folk at Music Times! We decided that we needed to celebrate in some fashion, outside of eating too much candy, so the staff decided to dress up as album covers. Read more »

In The Oct 25, 2013 EDT

Britney Spears Writes Letter To Fans About Upcoming Album, Reveals 'Britney Jean' Cover Art

Britney Spears has revealed the cover art for her upcoming album, Britney Jean. It features the singer topless in a black-and-white photo with "Britney Jean" written in blue neon within a pink neon heart. Along with the cover art, she shared a handwritten note with her fans that illuminated her feelings about the upcoming album.Read more »

In The Oct 18, 2013 EDT

London Quintet Duologue Revitalize Electro-Rock Music With Genre-Blending Sonic Experimentations

Electro-folk rock band Duologue has returned to New York City for their second year of CMJ. Music Times sat down with Tim Digby-Bell and Seb Dilleyston earlier this week at the Bowery Diner to talk about their album, the songwriting process behind it, how they translate all of that to the stage and what they are most excited to do while in New York City.Read more »

In The Oct 17, 2013 EDT

CMJ EXCLUSIVE: Pusha T at Le Poisson Rouge Concert Recap [PHOTO SLIDESHOW]

Following the release of his critically acclaimed album, My Name Is My Name, Pusha T commanded the stage during his sold out headlining set last night at Le Poisson Rouge in New York City's lower east side. The event, hosted by NPR, featured openers Omar Souleyman, Cults and Ali Shaheed Muhammad.Read more »

In The Oct 17, 2013 EDT

Omar Souleyman Le Poisson Rouge Concert Recap [PHOTO SLIDESHOW]

Omar Souleyman is Syria's king of techno. His fans range from EDM kids to musicians including Bjork and Damon Albarn (Gorillaz), and his work infuses Eastern and Western influences. Souleyman made a rare U.S. appearance last night at Le Poisson Rouge in New York City's lower east side. Read more »

In The Oct 17, 2013 EDT

Sun Ra Arkestra with Marshall Allen at Jazz at Lincoln Center [PHOTOS]

On the centenary of Sun Ra's earthly birth, Jazz at Lincoln Center welcomed his Arkestra to Columbus Circle for the first time. Ever. Read more »

In The Oct 09, 2013 EDT

EXCLUSIVE: The Tins Break Out Of 'The Green Room,' Anticipate Upcoming EP and Full-Length In 2014

It's a little after 7 p.m. on a Thursday night in early October, and The Tins are standing across the street from Pianos in New York's iconic Lower East Side. The band is playing that night by way of any other show. They hope this gig proves more successful. Hailing from Buffalo, N.Y., the Tins are a three piece made up of Mike Santillo on keys and vocals, Adam Putzer on guitar and vocals and Dave Muntner on drums.Read more »

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