Isa Jones writes about music for Westword works as a community reporter at the Longmont Times-Call. Her writing has appeared all over the internet and occasionally in print. She likes Texas, live music and skiing. She dislikes mornings, seafood and Canada.
15 days ago | Interviews
Miguel, the L.A,-based singer/songwriter, R&B crooner and hip-hop dabbler, has three albums, all of which have received critical acclaim. With his latest effort, Wildheart, it appears the singer is focused on himself as a human, a lover and an...
22 days ago | Concert Reviews
Unknown Mortal Orchestra is by no means the greatest band touring today. Its music isn’t the most accessible; at times it’s even trying. The group was Ruban Nielson’s basement project and he tours with a new backup band every go-around, so l...
24 days ago | Concert Reviews
The first time I saw Florence + The Machine, four or so years ago, I cried. It was at Austin City Limits, the sun was starting to set, and the woman with the most powerful voice on the planet was giving it her all, and then some. I didn't mean...
24 days ago | Concerts
Right at the end of Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats’ set, the power went out. But instead of letting out sighs or boos, the hundreds of people in Nate and Patrick Meese’s back yard — packed together, sitting on each other’s shoulders, st...
29 days ago