It's called "Consumerism."
Instant reviews gathered after her May 14 show at the Music Hall of Williamsburg — presumably one of her last before she reports to prison on July 8.
"I had an economic system imposed on me," she said in court.
"In an ideal scenario, I would not have to rush the release of new music … but the message is still there."
"I've been fighting for existential and economic freedom," she says of the whole tax-evasion thing.
Her sentencing got delayed.
Another excuse to stay indoors.
And could face three years in prison.
She was hiding from society.
She forgot to file for a few years.
She might be batty, but Ms. Hill's a trooper.
He left "amid boos."
Plus: The Roots, Girl Talk, Jane's Addiction, Lauryn Hill, Japandroids, and more, in our weekend concert roundup.
There is video.
On the plus side: She's touring again.
She will follow up this summer's run at Rock the Bells with another short string of dates.
"Why do birds suddenly appear ... "
She seems great!
Her latest Rock the Bells performances have underwhelmed.
Plus: Slayer, Crystal Castles, Bad Brains ...
Like his being unqualified.
Might be new material, might be an old unreleased track.