Lead by playfully angry and charismatic front man, Ryan Malott, 500 Miles To Memphis has received international praise for their ability to satisfy the musical hunger of fans in both country and alternative/punk genres. Here’s some of their favorite bands: Read more
For years, I ‘googled it’ as “The Jean Song”, which I remembered as titled when I listened to it. The song being a cassette b-side of “Creep” on Long Island, America so long ago, this song eluded me on several expensive import lessons purchased. Enjoy my $180.00!
When it comes to providing help to those in need, you can always count on musicians to do their part. To help communities impacted by the recent Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, some of today’s hottest bands have joined together with Global Green USA to release a benefit compilation entitled Gasoline Rainbows, out on November 30ththrough Roark Records. Gasoline Rainbows will be available exclusively as a digital download. Read more
J Roddy Walston and the Business – “Used to did” Keep sounding like this, and play it live, fans will come…
The band’s take on classic Nirvana from the Spin studio sessions:
This is Blakroc, a rock meets hip-hop experiment from The Black Keys and several artists from Roc-A-Fella Records. This song actually features Mos Def and Jim Jones:
Flugente is a New York based solo project of Jerry Adler from The Blam. He’s just released his second album under the Flugente monicker simply entitled 2. Here’s some music that Jerry has for recommendations: Read more
I was sent a link today by a co-worker to this very cool video directed by Eric Power. It’s the first Star Wars trilogy done in Construction Paper! And there is a cool new track by a Minneapolis songwriter named Jeremy Messersmith. Check it out and watch a Star Wars episode this weekend! Happy Thanksgiving to all our Canadian friends out there!
It’s really happening…
First and foremost, this video is of course dedicated to Dennis, a huge Neil Diamond fan…While I really wanted to feature something from the new album “Dreams” (November 2nd, 2010), I was left with little choice but to focus on his past hits.
According to wikipedia.org, the man has been making or performing music since he was 17 years old. That’s technically seven decades worth of dedication. Regardless of his total sales (115 million records), oftenly recognized for his intermittent chart success, in the end i think it’s safe to say, he does, what he wants and when he wants. That is truly the spirit of indie.