Meet K. Kilfeather one of Las Vegas’ most prolific — and best — musicians.
His eyes are like exclamation points, as wide open as his outstretched arms.
The fashion accessories of choice are Mardi Gras beads, the bigger and shinier the better, as the bulb-adorned crowd comes decorated like beer-chugging Christmas trees.
While the alt-everything rockers are still plenty unhinged, their latest album is The Dukes’ most cohesive collection of jams yet.
Empty bottles, full hearts: There’s a range of emotions and sounds in this latest roundup of recommended new Las Vegas music releases.
If an artist is a less-than-stellar human being, should we feel guilty supporting their work? Nope.
One of Vegas’ most promising hip-hop crews spins tales of perseverance on “9 to 5.”
The Vegas soul revivalists have attracted positive reviews nationally and abroad and earned radio play on “Little Steven’s Underground Garage” show.
At a shade past 1:45 a.m., we learned all about the pyroclastic flow. Everyone of us.
He speaks for many of you. And you’re kinda ticked off.