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Spell casting: Q & Miss P Ready to Rock Region


Did the Halloween rain ruin your fall does of funk? Fear not, the City is due for an emergency injection of costumes, weirdness, and msuic. Quintron and Miss Pussycat just announced dates for their fall tour and NOLA will host the final show.


Glitched Mob: Quintron and Miss Pussycat Release New Video


Is that blacklight just too uptight for you? Fear not, a heavy dose of psychedelia is on the way. Quintron and Miss Pussycat have a new video out. “I Hear Voices” is their latest release and it features all the sounds and visual quirks that locals have come to expect from the Bywater icons.


Today in NOLA: 12.31.14


It's New Years Eve! Ring it in with family, fireworks by the river or a late night show. With a dense variety of NYE parties on the horizon, New Orleans is sure to be popping off (and we're not just talking champagne.) Expect crowds amidst your midnight reveling. At the Joy Theater, the New Mastersounds play the late set, with Dumpstaphunk to ring in the new year. Galactic is at Tipitina's for the 12th year running. In the Den, DJ Jubilee sets things off. House of Blues and One Eyed Jacks present their renditions of disco. On this day in 1970, New Years Eve brought the Allman Brothers to the city to perform with Dr. John the Night Tripper at A Warehouse. Now, more details on tonight's ball dropping show. 


Quintron and Miss Pussycat Announce New Album: Spellcaster II


After weeks of rumors, Ninth Ward soundshifters Quintron and Miss Pussycat have finally announced their new album: Spellcaster II: Death In Space, to be released October 28 through local garage label Pizza Burglar Records. Stream the first single “Death In Space” and check out the tour dates below.


Today in New Orleans 1.24.14


Tonight, electro glam rock artist Peaches is performing at One Eyed Jacks. The Valparaiso Men’s Chorus and T-Ray the violinist are kicking off NOLA’s latest free music program, Make Music NOLA, with a launch party at the Howlin’ Wolf. MTV’s Quinn Marcus is discussing her “coming of gay” story at Tulane. On this day in 2010, the Saints won their first NFC Championship Game. Now, more to do this Friday. 


Today in New Orleans 12.28.13


Master of funk George Clinton is back in New Orleans, joined at Tip’s tonight by resident rare groove aficionado, DJ Soul Sister. On St. Claude, Quintron and Miss Pussycat are bringing swamp noise to the stage, along with bounce diva Katey Red. On this day in 1862, Union solder burned the Old State Capitol to the ground. Now, other red-hot activities for this Saturday.


Today in New Orleans 10.31.13


Prepare the clever DIY bike accouterments and costumes, NOLA Halloween is here. Quintron and Miss Pussycat are in the Quarter, Galactic is at the Civic Theater, and Voodoo Fest (not the Music and Arts Experience) is back for the 15 th year. On this day in 1985, Hurricane Juan made his first of two stops in Louisiana, causing days worth of torrential downpours. With this hurricane season on its way out, check out more frightful happenings this All Hallows’ Eve. 


Today in New Orleans 3.1.13


Tonight, get weird on Prytania with a new movie from Quintron and Miss Pussycat, check out local music from Oak St. to the Quarter, and more. On this day in 1932, the Louisiana State Capitol Building was completed after just 14 months. Now, more to do this Friday in New Orleans. 


Lundi Gras 2.11.13


It’s the last night of night parades! Don’t let rain get in the way of your Lundi Gras. Once the parades pass, there’s live music everywhere in the city, from uptown to the Marigny. On this day in 1932, the late Uncle Lionel (Lionel Paul Batiste, Sr.) was born. Now, more to do this magical Monday.  


Today in New Orleans: 7.28.12


Today in New Orleans, Tales of the Cocktail mixes on, it's the last day of the National Urban League Conference, Deep South by Suroeste brings Latinos onscreen and Quintron and Miss Pussycat at One Eyed Jack’s. On this day in history, trumpeter Leon Prima, younger brother of Louis Prima, was born in New Orleans (1907), record producer and trombonist Delfeayo Marsalis was born in New Orleans (1965), and blues scholar and ex-White Panther Party chairman John Sinclair was sentenced to 9-10 years in jail for possession of two marijuana cigarettes in Detroit (1969).


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