Tweet Mirliton Festival featured, in addition to some rocking’ food (dig those mirlton fries, which we made for Thanksgiving!), R. Scully’s Rough 7, with Rob Cambre on lead guitar, Ryan Scully on lead vocals and rythym guitar, CJ Floyd on bass, Mike Andrepont on drums, Ratty Scurvics on keys, and Meschiya Lake/Erika Lewis on vocals, […]
Tweet Simon Berz (circuit bending and percussion madness) and Dave Easley (pedal steel guitar) carry on the collaboration between Berz and Koenig that turned junk from the streets of New Orleans into music. The performance at Zeitgeist was spectacular and we managed to snap a few shots (damn that loud shutter on the D700) when […]
Tweet Cedric Burnside and Lightnin’ Malcolm are also known as the two man wreckin’ krewe and the nickname is true, in the same sense that R. L. Burnside was a one man wreckin’ krewe. R. L. Burnside cranked out high energy, skull-splitting blues that crossed genres…for example, don’t hesitate to check out A Ass Pocket […]
Tweet It’s hard to say much that’s new about Die Antwoord–they haven’t actually been around that long and yet, when you see them, it’s refreshing in the same way that the Ramones or the Sex Pistols were when they burst onto the scene. Die Antwoord are hip hop with attitude, yet with a smart, tongue-in-cheek […]
Tweet No…we don’t have any pictures. Yes, we want them to visit New Orleans. When I listen to their albums, and when I can stop make my head stop bouncing around long enough to think and break their spell, Street Drum Corps conjures up a strange mixture of images, all positive: the guys sitting in […]
Jon Cleary…one funky Englishman!
Try not to miss any opportunity to watch this man play live!
Tweet Welcome to HIGH ISO Music’s new format! We’re still ironing out a few bugs and are in the middle of processing the photos from Voodoo Fest. Have a look at the current galleries and check back soon! James Singleton means business…