Andrew Shachat


Articles

'Philomena' not just filler

The Virginia Film Festival has a rich tradition of bringing the silver screen’s best to Charlottesville, and this year was no exception with “Philomena” as a shining beacon.

Fall Concert Lineup Booms

Start looking under the couch for loose change Wahoos, because fall is here and the Charlottesville concert scene is booming.

The British are coming: Muse lays down 'law'

English rock band Muse is back with its new album The 2nd Law. The record marks the group’s return to the studio after its successful Resistance tour, which passed through Charlottesville in 2010.

Rebels with a cause

Reggae fans, rejoice! The California-based band Rebelution will be making its way through Charlottesville Oct.

All of the lights

A sea of neon tanks, frayed clothing, bandana-clad foreheads and excited faces flooded the path from Grounds to the Downtown Mall Thursday evening.

A sure smash: Super Mash Bros

Super Mash Bros. only do one thing - they make mash-ups. But what they do, they do phenomenally. Arguably the best mash-up artist out there (sorry Girl Talk), Super Mash Bros.

Three

What can you expect from a Mexican acoustic guitar duo who became famous in Dublin and have a penchant for thrash metal?

The Black Keys ignite

If anyone can prove that rock isn't dead, it is unquestionably The Black Keys. With The White Stripes dissolved and the veneer on The Strokes slowly peeling away, music fans can take solace in the gritty, garage-birthed blues rock of The Black Keys, a charged sound which can touch both your soul and the top of the Billboard 200.