• Kanye West performs at RBC Ottawa Bluesfest, 2015

    RBC Ottawa Bluesfest Review: Kanye West, CeeLo Green and More Rock Weekend One

    RBC Ottawa Bluesfest is one of North America's best kept festival secrets. Named by Billboard as one of the top North American festivals, Bluesfest attracts over 300,000 people during its 11-day run. Bluesfest is a city festival whose downtown location in a small but world class city at the Lebreton Flats allows for beautiful summer evening breezes blowing off the Rideau Canal to accompany well mixed sets by the biggest musical start in the world across all genres. During the first weekend, everyone from Kanye West to CeeLo Green were on hand to rock Canada, and Music Times was on the scene to capture the eclectic opening days.
  • The New Pornographers

    The New Pornographers Give 'Brill Bruisers' Life at Celebrate Brooklyn! [Live Review]

    For a beautiful summer day, there is little better musical accompaniment than some peppy rock and roll, and that's what fans at Prospect Park's Celebrate Brooklyn! got on Saturday (July 11) night. In the latest for the free concert series, The New Pornographers returned to the bandshell for the first time in 10 years with a little help from Thao & The Get Down Stay Down.
  • The Punch Brothers

    Punch Brothers, Sarah Jarosz Fend Off Storms at Celebrate Brooklyn [Live Review]

    Rain and thunder can threaten a show in New York City, but the energy and spirit of bluegrass music fans will not be washed away. Last night (July 9), Celebrate Brooklyn! in Prospect Park continued its series of free live music with the folky bluegrass offerings from some of the genre's best: The Punch Brothers and Sarah Jarosz. And while the storm rolled in and poured over, the music played on for masses of adoring fans.
  • Marianas Trench & Ivy Levan Irving Plaza NYC Concert Review

    Marianas Trench & Ivy Levan Irving Plaza NYC Concert Review

    New York City experienced an incredible night of music on July 8, 2015 thanks to the talents of Marianas Trench and Ivy Levan. The Canadian pop rockers shared some new tracks and blew the roof off of Irving Plaza for a packed house of loyal fans, old and new, who also fell in love with the night's pop songstress opener. Levan's upcoming album, No Good features a song collaboration with music icon Sting, but we learned this week that she's ready to take over the world all on her own! Find out more about this amazing concert in our review below.
  • Basement Jaxx 2014

    Basement Jaxx Shows Greatness at Central Park's Summerstage

    Last night, history was made as the legendary electronic duo, Basement Jaxx, made their return to New York City for the group's first show in the city in 10 years. They brought their live band to perform in Central Park at Summerstage, where they were joined by Fei Fei, Masters At Work and The Internet.
  • Northside Festival 2015

    Northside Festival 2015 Review: 10 Best Things, Run The Jewels, Nas, Michael Cera

    This past week, Northside Festival took over Williamsburg. The SXSW-styled festival brought together film, speakers in various mediums and music over seven different days and nearly 400 bands that were in town. We were there to capture some of the best moments from a very busy couple of days of music and we narrowed that down to a top 10 list. Check out our top 10 picks for the 2015 Northside Festival.
  • The Black Keys Governors Ball 2015

    Governors Ball 2015 Photo Slideshow: Black Keys, Florence and the Machine, My Morning Jacket

    Governors Ball came and went this past weekend and we were there to give you the highlights from each day as it happened and reflect on some of our favorite moments of the weekend. Music Times was also on hand with our camera to caputure some the artists like My Morning Jacket, The Black Keys, Florence + The Machine, SBTRKT, Weird Al with his many different costumes and many more.
  • Hot 97's Summer Jam 2015: Trey Songz, Wiz Khalifa, Dej Loaf, Ty Dolla $ign & Omarion Take Over Met Life Stadium [PHOTOS]

    Hot 97's Summer Jam 2015: Trey Songz, Wiz Khalifa, Dej Loaf, Ty Dolla $ign & Omarion Take Over MetLife Stadium [PHOTOS]

    With little sunlight left in the sky, Omarion opened Hot 97's annual concert Summer Jam around 6:30 p.m. and as a spotty crowd arrive, the former B2K member- turned-Love and Hip Hop Hollywood reality star warmed the crowd up to his old and new hits with MMG. Although, still mellow, the crowd quickly turned their moods way up once he began performing "Post To Be" and decided to play Jhene Aiko's verse just for his female fans, who burst out her signature line, "Eat the booty like groceries" before ending his set with his newest single, "I'm that N*gga."
  • Florence + The Machine performs at GovBall 2015

    Governors Ball 2015: Best, Worst & Biggest Moments from Deadmau5, Florence + The Machine, The War on Drugs & More

    It's Monday morning now, and Governors Ball 2015 has finally come to an end. Over the weekend of June 5, countless rock, EDM and rap acts took to the stage at New York's City's Randall's Island to play for crowds of adoring fans. But, with the best of the fest which ranges from free chips to Florence + The Machine to SBTRKT, we also got sound issues, long lines for burgers and big ol' mud pits. In all its glory, Music Times was there to take in it all. See our best of the fest superlatives!
  • Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys performs at GovBall 2015

    Governors Ball 2015 Day 3 Review & Recap: The Black Keys Rock, Lana Del Rey Rolls & Our Feet Hurt

    After two jam packed days, on Sunday (June 7), Governors Ball 2015 came to a close. If each day had its own genre sorted out, this would be the indie rock day. After sets from deadmau5, Drake, Florence + The Machine and more earlier in the weekend, day three was guitar-filled as The Black Keys, Tame Impala, The War on Drugs and more took to the four stages at NYC's Randall's Island.
  • SBTRKT performs at Governors Ball 2015

    Governors Ball 2015 Day 2 Review & Recap: Deadmau5 Goes Silent, Ryan Adams Speaks Out & So Much EDM

    The rain had settled, just in time for all of the fields to turn into a muddy mess for day two of Governors Ball 2015. After a hip-hop fueled day one with sets from Drake, Future and more, Saturday (June 6) was filled with EDM. Led by superstar deadmau5 (who eventually flubbed his set with technical issues), NYC's GovBall turned into a major rave, with Flume, SBTRKT and more bringing the dance party to the Randall's Island.
  • Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) New York 2015

    EDC New York 2015 Review: 10 Best Things From Day 2, Eric Prydz, Tchami, Dixon

    Day two has come to a close and that means Electric Daisy Carnival New York 2015 has ended. There were good times to be had with outstanding production, quality music across four stages and good people. We recapped for you yesterday the 10 best things from day 1; so here are the 10 best things that went down during day 2 (and some the whole festival) at EDC New York.
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