Tag Archives: Rachel Margaritis

Berlin’s Furious Few Release Live Video for “Ballad of A Thin Man”

It’s hard to deal with the breakup of one’s favorite band. Our parents dealt with the Who, Zeppelin, and even the Beatles and survived, so I knew there’d be hope when I heard my diamond in the rough, Aussie-to-Berlin transplant, ME (the band), had broken up. However, Josh Murphy, Spike Rogers, and Mike Godde were a bit akin to the ... Read More »

An Artist’s Guide to CMJ, in Retrospect

It having been my third year at CMJ, and a native-New Yorker, you’d think I’d have the hustle and bustle of the City’s biggest music festival down to second nature. Take off from the day job for the week, pick up my pass, get a second memory card for the DSLR, and make my schedule. Last year, I was relatively ... Read More »

Agnes Obel At (le) Poisson Rouge In New York City

Review by Rachel Margaritis + Photos by Emily Korn November 9, 2014 | Le Poisson Rouge – New York, NY Indie classicism blooms in the dark for singer/songwriter Agnes Obel. Soothing, beautiful, and full of a gothic romanticism, Obel’s award-winning catalogue has charted both gold and platinum in several nations. Piano grounded and laced with strings, Agnes Obel’s compositions match ... Read More »