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Catherine Jessee

Live long and “Phosphor”

The line was long at the ticket window outside the Jefferson Theater on a particularly chilly night last Thursday, where fans were eager to see Matthew Houck, the man behind Phosphorescent.

All eight Mowgli's

The Mowgli’s, an eight-person alternative rock band from California, kept the Jefferson Theater full Tuesday night.

A look at Lorde

It didn’t take much more than one Billboard chart-topping single to call Ella Yelich-O’Connor “the queen of alternative.” Not long after releasing her EP “The Love Club” last March, the New Zealand singer-songwriter’s “Royals” claimed the No.

The Southern’s Lesser Knowns

While every acoustic and folk lover flocked to the local Lockn music festival this past weekend[a], the electro-rock lovers stayed behind to attend a pair of shows at the Southern Café and Music Hall. Friday night featured Pissed Jeans, a noise rock band and a pioneer of the recent punk revival based out of Allentown, Penn.

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