Annie Clark, aka St. Vincent, is lasting past the first album craze and proved her staying power at Slowdown on Monday night.
On Day 6 of the Love Drunk Video Tour, we find Yep Roc band Jukebox the Ghost playing their new single in the Tribes Gallery art space in New York's East Village.
On Day 5 of the 2012 Love Drunk Tour, we shoot Donora playing a dance-rock song in a basement in Gibsonia, Pa.
The Michigan folk band performs a previously unreleased song in an attic in Ann Arbor's Kerrytown neighborhood on day four of the 2012 Love Drunk Video Tour.
Frontier Ruckus' musical geekery adds a rustic feel to an epic melody. Hear a banjo- and singing saw-filled take on the classic video game tunes.
The Lawrence Arms frontman debuts a new song in the heart of Wrigleyville, right after the Cubs squeak one out against the Dodgers, on day three of the 2012 Love Drunk Tour.
Chicago band Dastardly is used to playing wide-ranging gypsy folk. Performing a dirge in the ruins of an old farm home on the second day of the 2012 Love Drunk Tour was something new.
Ames quirk-rapper Leslie Hall typically invades your community. For the first video of the 2012 Love Drunk Tour, we invade hers.
This video should come with a box of tissues and a warning: It will make your throat knot and your chest compress.
Our docket — chock-full of concerts — necessitates its own story. Come on in for a list of this weekend's highlights.