All posts by Aaron Tyler
KISS in Indianapolis Aug. 22, 2014 Reviewed
A few months back, I remember reading about how, despite the infighting among the founding members of KISS, the iconic group announced an ambitious 40th Anniversary tour, along with Def Leppard. I filed it away as potentially...
- Posted August 25, 2014
An Interview with the Wild Feather’s Ricky Young
These days, it seems like everyone wants to be in a band. While us at On Stage certainly don’t want to discourage the making of new music, it’s undeniable that the ease with which one can make...
- Posted July 1, 2014
World Class Prick by the Easthills: Review
Album: World Class Prick Artist: The Easthills Label: Campbell Barada Music Release Date: April 15, 2014 Run Length: 4 tracks – 12:55 Reviewed by Jack Smith You may or may not have realized it...
- Posted May 16, 2014
Big Gigantic – The Night is Young Review
Album: The Night is Young Artist: Big Gigantic (feat. Cherub) Label: Big Gigantic Music Release Date: February 11. 2014 Run Time: 8 Tracks – 35:27 If you’re even marginally involved in the electronic music scene, chances...
- Posted February 20, 2014
Album Review: Matt Schofield – Far As I Can See
Album: Far As I Can See Artist: Matt Schofield Label: Mascot/Provogue Records Release Date: February 18th, 2014 Track Count: 11 songs Reviewed by Jack Smith These days, playing the blues is tough, and not just...
- Posted January 30, 2014
Bare Bones by the Civil Wars – A Review
Yes, yes. There’s no need to adjust your glasses nor consult your optometrist; you read that headline correctly. Despite going on hiatus in November 2012, Nashville folk duo The Civil Wars have released a 6 track EP....
- Posted December 8, 2013
George Jones’ Tribute Concert: Review
Everybody loved George. That refrain, repeated infinitely throughout the night by everyone from the show announcers to fans to Trisha Yearwood, became in a sense the slogan for the evening. It was, after all, the George...
- Posted December 2, 2013
The Easthills Interview
Regular readers of On Stage should remember the Easthills, as we’ve been giving them quite a bit of coverage between our review of their set at WARMfest and a song by song analysis of their album, Death...
- Posted September 10, 2013
WARMfest Day 3
As Labor Day weekend drew to a close, fans from all over Indiana and the surrounding areas gather at Broad Ripple Park one last to celebrate a day full of live music, indie art projects, and good...
- Posted September 4, 2013
WARMfest Day 2 Review
After the rain fiasco the night before, Indianapolis was not sure how WARMfest would proceed. Sure, the skies seemed clearer and rain less likely than on Saturday, but would people still show up? As it turns out,...
- Posted September 2, 2013