The Brooklyn-based rockers performed with Delicate Steve at the Westcott on Sunday April 14.
The audience was a curious mix of ages Sunday night at the Westcott Theater. Waiting to see the Brooklyn-based Dirty Projectors and opener Delicate Steve were the typical retinue of university students and 20-something locals as well as younger fans driven by, and at times attending with, their parents.
Review: The founding member of the Wu-Tang Clan rolled out the classics at Westcott Theatre on Friday.
“Keep it loud as f-ck. At least let me get some feedback.”
GZA’s duel over the iron mic with the inept sound engineer was a reoccurring theme throughout the night. The lack of response from the sound booth, though, was compensated with an electric human feedback comprised of a circuitry of hands forming the renowned Wu-symbol, hammering heads and feet pulsating to the rhythms of the hits of the night: Duel of The Iron Mic, 4th Chamber, Protect Ya Neck, and Reunited.
Preview: Taking a break from Bassnectar’s Fall 2012 tour, Gramatik is bringing his music to The Westcott Theater as he headlines the show this Saturday, Oct. 13.
The Slovenian-born producer Gramatik combines aspects from multiple genres, fusing them together with his personal take on electronic dance music. Good music is not encompassed in just one genre, and Gramatik makes thoughtful use of the different styles of music and combines them into something innovative and unique.
At least three fans go to hospital after incident during Dada Life performance.
An estimated six to eight concertgoers were injured by a falling ceiling tile during Dada Life’s Westcott Theater performance early this morning.
The ceiling tile came loose and fell on part of the crowd towards the end of the electro-house duo’s set. At least three injured attendees arrived at Upstate University Hospital, where they were treated and released.
Living Colour front man Corey Glover returns to Syracuse with funk band Galactic
In 1989, the rock group Living Colour came to Syracuse University to open for the Rolling Stones at the Carrier Dome. At the time, Boeheim's squad ranked in the top ten nationally, a democrat ran city hall, CNY had enjoyed a relatively mild winter and Carousel Mall was under construction (it was being built). So when Living Colour front man Corey Glover returned to the Salt City last night, he may have been eerily reminded of the past. After all, some things never change.
Review: Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad channels their inner Grateful Dead in their groovy set Saturday night at The Westcott Theater.
Although the lineups for some of everyone’s favorite festivals -- Coachella, Bonnarroo and Sasquatch! -- have been revealed, the blustery Syracuse weather reminds us that festival season is still yonder. Rochester-based Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad attempted to bring that festival atmosphere to The Westcott Theater Saturday night with their self-proclaimed "relentless reggae" sound.