The Glorious Noise Interview with Eddie Berrigan, the New York poet and musician who performs as I Feel Tractor. His songs are subtle, playful retakes of traditional folk and country genres.
In the lonely world of opinionated New Yorkers, Kristy Eldredge finds a little warmth and hope in Hayden and Elk Lake Serenaders at the Knitting Factory.
Little Steven’s Underground Garage Rock Festival was so huge (40 bands over 12 hours), Glorious Noise sent two separate contributors to cover the event. Here’s Kristy Eldredge’s version.
Tribute shows can be cool when the variety of performers is mixed with the consistency of an inspired songwriter. Kristy Eldredge finds out what happens when a bunch of hipsters get together to cover Neil Young.
Glorious Noise’s Kristy Eldredge interviews New York trio, King of France, and nobody can figure out who they sound like. “It’s in the ear of the beholder,” says drummer Michael Azerrad.
Preston School of Industry had a lot going for them at the Mercury Lounge in New York City. So why wouldn’t they use their their platform to actually communicate?
The emotional distance between an estranged father and a daughter of divorce can be wider than the Atlantic Ocean. Can Charley Patton and Cat Power help to bridge the gap and salve the feelings of abandonment?
The spirit of punk looms large over Peops, an oral history of nonconformists who’ve avoided mainstream respectability and generally refused to exchange spontaneity for a solid income.
The kids in School of Rock have never heard of Led Zeppelin. Jack White tries to convince them that classic rock is still rebellious and exciting. He might fool those brats, but he ain’t foolin’ Kristy Eldredge.