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Press Release Roundup: February 5

posted February 6th, 2016 by Carlita | Filed under: Festivals, Music News, Press Release Roundup, Releases | 0

Music journalists get hit with a steady helping of press releases every day. For the music fan without that kind of sensory overload, a lot of music news can pass by without being seen. Every Monday, we will weed through and compile a list of some of the most intriguing press releases to come across our virtual desk.

The Grammys

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BROADWAY CAST OF “HAMILTON” RETURNS MUSICAL THEATER TO THE GRAMMY® STAGE

The GRAMMY®-nominated musical “Hamilton” ushers Broadway back to the GRAMMY Awards® stage after a more than five-year hiatus. GRAMMY winner Lin-Manuel Miranda and his extraordinary cast will perform a number from the acclaimed musical on the 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards®, directly from the legendary Richard Rodgers Theatre in New York, marking one of only four times that the GRAMMY telecast has featured a performance live via satellite. Watch a video of the “Hamilton” cast announcing their upcoming GRAMMY performance.

The “Hamilton” performance will be the eighth time in history that musical theater has been featured on the GRAMMY Awards. Previous Broadway productions featured on the telecast include “Godspell” (1972); “The Magic Show” (1975); “Sophisticated Ladies” (1982); “La Cage Aux Folles” (1984); “Will Rogers Follies” (1992); “Riverdance” and “Bring In Da Noise, Bring In Da Funk” (1997); and, most recently, “American Idiot” (2010).

“The ‘Hamilton’ cast and crew are absolutely thrilled to be a part of this year’s GRAMMY Awards,” said Miranda, “Hamilton” creator, writer, and lead performer. “The music community’s response to our cast album has been overwhelming, and we’re honored to be a part of such a special night. To perform from our home at the Richard Rodgers Theatre is a dream come true.”

Music’s Biggest Night® just got bigger with can’t-miss moments and more than 11 new performers just added to the star-studded lineup. Nominee Justin Bieber will join fellow nominees Diplo and Skrillex to perform their GRAMMY®-nominated hit “Where Are Ü Now,” marking the duo known as Jack Ü’s first live television performance. Album Of The Year nominee Chris Stapleton will be joined by GRAMMY winners Gary Clark Jr. and Bonnie Raitt to pay tribute to legendary blues artist B.B. King. Nominee Pitbull will light the GRAMMY stage in collaboration with Travis Barker, Robin Thicke, and surprise special guests. Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp, and Joe Perry promise an electric television debut with their rock supergroup The Hollywood Vampires. Previously announced performers include Adele, James Bay, Andra Day, Ellie Goulding, Sam Hunt, Tori Kelly, Lady Gaga, Kendrick Lamar, Little Big Town, Carrie Underwood, and The Weeknd.

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Press Release Roundup: January 29

posted January 29th, 2016 by Carlita | Filed under: Festivals, Music News, Press Release Roundup, Releases, Tour | 0

Music journalists get hit with a steady helping of press releases every day. For the music fan without that kind of sensory overload, a lot of music news can pass by without being seen. Every Monday, we will weed through and compile a list of some of the most intriguing press releases to come across our virtual desk.

SXSW

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Once upon a time…(and that time was Tuesday) we announced amazingly talented producer extraordinaire Tony Visconti as one of our 2016 Keynote Speakers! Most recently recognized for producing David Bowie’s latest and final album, Blackstar, Visconti was a long time producer, collaborator and friend to the Thin White Duke. And he has numerous equally impressive credits and collaborations beyond that. Seriously this guy’s contact list, it must be bananas.

Since we’re such excitement junkies, we also revealed that my main stooge, Mr. Iggy Pop himself, is going to play for us – I mean for you, he’s totally playing for you. Just before giving birth to Post Pop Depression on March 18, he will play at SXSW with his newest band featuring this really tall guy who has been in a bunch of other bands. You might recognize him…

BUT WAIT THERE’S MORE. We threw up only another 140+ artist confirmations today. We got Car Seat Headrest. Boogie. Leon Russell. Got some Baby Shakes. Little Hurricane. Beach Slang. Remember Haddaway? Of course you do. We’ve got him, too.

CHECK OUT THE NEW 2016 SHOWCASING ARTIST ADDITIONS

5 Miles to Midnight (Port of Spain TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO)
El David Aguilar (Ciudad De México MEXICO)
AMINALS (Boston MA)
Ancient Warfare (Lexington KY)
Apache (San Francisco CA)
Applejaxx (Fayetteville NC)
Azure Hiptronics (The Hague NETHERLANDS)
Baby Shakes (New York NY)
Bad Luck Jonathan (Chicago IL)
Ben Ballinger (Austin TX)
The Bambir (Yerevan ARMENIA)
Rayland Baxter (Nashville TN)
Beach Slang (Philadelphia PA)
Dru Bex (Toronto CANADA)
Big Rob (Oklahoma city OK)
Bonnie Bishop (Nashville TN)
Bjarki (Live) (Reykjavik ICELAND)
Black Motion (Soshanguve SOUTH AFRICA)
BLANG (Orange County TX)
Blondfire (Los Angeles CA)
Boogie (Compton CA)
Edwin Briscoe (New York NY)
Broken Gold (Austin TX)
Bronze Radio Return (Hartford CT)
Tracy Bryant (Los Angeles CA)
C-Micah (St Louis MO)
Calliope Musicals (Austin TX)
Car Seat Headrest (Seattle WA)
Chunk! No Captain Chunk! (Paris FRANCE)
Cicada Rhythm (Athens GA)
Chris Colepaugh and the Crew (Moncton CANADA)
CONAN (Liverpool UK-ENGLAND)
Coral Bones (Provo UT)
Cozz (Los Angeles CA)
Cramp In Leg [Ногу свело!] (Moscow RUSSIA)
Cuentos Borgeanos (Buenos Aires ARGENTINA)
Cumstain (Oakland CA)
Davido (Lagos NIGERIA)
Dega (Joshua Tree CA)
Dengue Dengue Dengue (Lima PERU)
DESAMPA (São Paulo BRAZIL)
Drawing North (Nashville/Canberra, Australia TN)
DZ (Brooklyn NY)
E.L. (Accra GHANA)
El Dusty (Corpus Christi TX)
Robert Ellis (Houston TX)
Javier Escovedo (San Diego CA)
ESTRONS (Cardiff UK-ENGLAND)
Chad Evans (Dallas TX)
Evefest featuring Lisa Goe, Mandy Allyn, Emily Faulk and Jessica Cayne (Nashville TN)
Expander (Austin TX)
Jad Fair (Austin TX)
The FAM (Dallas TX)
Farao (Oslo NORWAY)
Feels (Los Angeles CA)
Five 2 Oh (Corpus Christi TX)
GAIA (Lima PERU)
Gallant (Los Angeles CA)
Ron Gallo (Philadelphia PA)
Geographer (San Francisco CA)
Get Inuit (Sittingbourne UK-ENGLAND)
Isaac Gracie (London UK-ENGLAND)
The Great Discord (Linköping SWEDEN)
Grenda (Tijuana MEXICO)
Guts Club (New Orleans LA)
Haddaway (Port of Spain MONACO)
Hashback Hashish (New Delhi INDIA)
Cory Henry (Brooklyn NY)
Hospital Ships (Carrboro NC)
Jack Ingram (Austin TX)
Wande Isola (Austin TX)
Iyanya (Calabar NIGERIA)
J’son (Saint Louis MO)
Jarrell (San Antonio TX)
J-Nice the Kingdom Builder (Austin TX)
Larry June (San Francisco CA)
Kadence (Oklahoma City OK)
Eryn Allen Kane (Chicago IL)
Keeps (Nashville TN)
Kif (Montevideo URUGUAY)
KRNE (Oakland CA)
Chelsea Lankes (Los Angeles CA)
Bill Laurance (London UK-ENGLAND)
The Lemons (Chicago IL)
Lil Dicky (Philadelphia PA)
Little Hurricane (San Diego CA)
Locos Por Juana (Miami FL)
Los Outsaiders (Lima PERU)
Los Viernes Swing Band (Mexico City MEXICO)
Anita Magenta (New York NY)
Calvin Martyr (Austin TX)
Dontae McFarland (San Diego CA)
Mikey And The Drags (Houston TX)
Milk Teeth (Stroud UK-ENGLAND)
Chris Mitchell (Houston TX)
J. Monty (Jonesboro GA)
Moonlight Towers (Austin TX)
The Mullens (Dallas TX)
Sarah Bethe Nelson (San Francisco CA)
New Myths (Brooklyn NY)
NOFX (San Francisco CA)
Florencia Núñez (Montevideo URUGUAY)
Dave Owen (Manchester UK-ENGLAND)
Peelander-Z (New York NY)
Iggy Pop (Muskegon MI)
PyRexx (Houston TX)
Q-BiK (Perth AUSTRALIA)
RAW (New Orleans/Houston TX)

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Review: 2016’s NAMM Show and She Rocks Awards

posted January 27th, 2016 by Carlita | Filed under: Editorial, Live Show Reviews, Music News | 0

21As Blizzard Jonas battered the East Coast, music vendors, DJs, producers, musicians, enthusiasts and fans alike descended in droves upon Anaheim from all over the world for the 2016 Annual Winter NAMM Show. A hybrid of music geek camp, your family reunion, part people/celeb watching (i.e. Stevie Wonder, Miss America etc) and convention, folks who hadn’t seen each other in a while frequently greeted each other everywhere I turned which goes to show, even among a large crowd, the music community is tight-knit. Many attendees split their time between visiting the halls filled with booths (over 1,700 exhibitors showcasing 6,000 brands) boasting the latest technology for live concert playing, production, leisure and intensive musical instrument study.

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Press Release Roundup: January 22

posted January 22nd, 2016 by Carlita | Filed under: Festivals, Music News, Press Release Roundup, Releases | 0

Music journalists get hit with a steady helping of press releases every day. For the music fan without that kind of sensory overload, a lot of music news can pass by without being seen. Every Monday, we will weed through and compile a list of some of the most intriguing press releases to come across our virtual desk.

Bonnaroo

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Tickets for the 2016 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival are on sale now exclusively via the Bonnaroo site here! This year’s lineup features a deep roster of talent that includes Pearl Jam, Dead & Company (2 sets), LCD Soundsystem, J. Cole, Ellie Goulding, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Tame Impala (late night), Death Cab For Cutie, M83, Haim, Miguel, Chris Stapleton, Big Grams (Big Boi + Phantogram), Tyler the Creator, Lamb of God, Blood Orange, Kamasi Washington, Waxahatchee, Vince Staples and many more.

To celebrate, Live Nation TV has just released Bonnaroo at 15 , a brand-new documentary that looks behind the scenes at one of America’s most important festivals. Filmed at the 2015 installment of the festival, the film explores Bonnaroo’s long and storied history, featuring interviews with the artists and comedians that make Bonnaroo what it is. Throughout the documentary, Bonnaroo vets like Wayne Coyne, Sharon Jones, Reggie Watts, and Mumford and Sons recount their favorite moments from Bonnaroos past and talk about what fans can look forward to in the future.

The 2016 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival marks the event’s 15th anniversary and as such, is being celebrated with more than 150 musicians, bands, and comedians performing across its 12 unique stages. Additional lineup announcements will be made in the coming weeks. For complete details and regular news updates, please visit www.bonnaroo.com.

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Introducing: Jokatech

posted January 21st, 2016 by Carlita | Filed under: Introducing | 0

IMG_6917 There’s no doubt being born and raised in The Bronx and its Westchester suburb Mount Vernon in a blended British and Ghanaian household during the 80’s and 90’s shaped Jokatech aka Jason K. Addae, the artist and the man. Reared in these East Coast music meccas provided invaluable exposure to the diverse styles of music (i.e. golden era hip-hop, classical, club music, Broadway musicals) and this metropolitan upbringing definitely left its mark. Early on, musical education played a critical role in his life as crucial individuals along the way molded and guided the young visionary. Jokatech fondly remembers his first piano teacher and recital at the tender age of seven, which led to him to write his first song at eight. Appreciating his music teacher’s strict demeanor, he stated “she was stern but I always cherished the gift she gave me. Teachers especially those of the arts were super heroes to me.” Reminiscing about another educator who significantly impacted him, he recalls: “My favorite teacher in school was so passionate about listening to the every “how” and “why” of a literary piece, or musical composition, and I remember how his discussions would open whole new worlds to works of art we looked at. He inspired me to take my ideas and writings, and do more with them. He really loved art, and his son was a good author. The course he taught was called Great Works. The series, “Magnum Opus” translates to that phrase, and was a huge part of its inspiration. If it weren’t for him, most of my work probably wouldn’t exist. It’s like you could say, we wrote it together. That’s why I dedicated it to him.”

Moving into his teen years, unfortunately opportunities to remain in the school orchestra and band were taken away but it fueled a different fire. He recalls from “12 to 17, I had to keep it (the passion for music) alive myself.” This formative period propelled Jokatech’s future path forward and encouraged his desire to teach, promote music and remain immersed in the arts, eventually spending time studying and further building his musical foundation at the esteemed Berklee College of Music in Boston. In terms of his other artistic influences, when asked the random question of which five albums Jokatech would take with him on a deserted island, he selected a myriad of diverse genres. His picks included spectrum-ranging “Coin Coin” by Matana Roberts, “Feels So Good” by Chuck Mangione, “Morning Dance” by Spyro Gyra, “The Black Album” by Jay-Z and “Make Yourself” by Incubus. Pondering dream collaborations, he would have loved to connect with the beloved and recently deceased no holds-barred visual and music artist David Bowie as Jokatech is inspired by “creating transcendent sounds and music, and by artists who feel the same.”

When hypothetically considering which decade he’d like to transport himself to create music, he’d choose the turbulent and classic 1970’s. He further explains “It was a transitional period for not only jazz, but popular music, and rock. I would love to make music then, not because of what was out, but because of how open the ears were back then. At that time, the feedback you would get was so in-depth and insightful, that it inspired even greater music, because the fans were like artists themselves. Listening is an art in itself, and it’s somewhat lost today.” Fast forward to his current discography and the aforementioned ‘Magnum Opus’ trilogy (comprised of “Magnum Opus Res Ipsa Disc 1 and 2” and “Magnum Opus Book 3: Coming of Age”) which gives your ears and mind plenty as they amalgamate metaphor-filled rhymes, experimental jazz fusion, electronic music and spoken word into an existential whirlwind exploring life’s obstacles. Rife with mentions of his love of sparring and pugilism (who’s mother says he was born “with his hands in a fist”) and lingering trumpet riffs through each project, Jokatech carves a unique lane unto himself. The “ink in him” drops knowledge.

Best Of: Nat Lathy’s Top Albums Of 2015

posted January 20th, 2016 by Brian Rutherford | Filed under: Best Of, Staff Editorial | 0

1. James McMurtry-Complicated Game
McMurtry ComplicatedThis album has a great folk sound. It’s got some of the best melodies I’ve heard on an album in a long time, and the lyrics are worth revisiting.

2. Nellie McKay-My Weekly Reader
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In the mood for old school? McKay handles the classics with her own interpretations. You don’t have to lose your allegiance to the originals to enjoy what she offers.
3. Laurie Anderson-Heart of A Dog
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This was the most unique album of the year by far. This soundtrack to a film about the death of Laurie’s dog, covered so many topics it’s amazing how it all tied together so well.

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Press Release Roundup: January 11

posted January 15th, 2016 by Carlita | Filed under: Music News, Press Release Roundup, Releases | 0

Music journalists get hit with a steady helping of press releases every day. For the music fan without that kind of sensory overload, a lot of music news can pass by without being seen. Every Monday, we will weed through and compile a list of some of the most intriguing press releases to come across our virtual desk.

SXSW

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The South by Southwest® Music Conference and Festival (SXSW®) is pleased to announce the third round of artists invited to perform. This is a small sample of the wide array of artists performing for the attending global music community. SXSW Music’s 30th annual event takes place Tuesday, March 15 – Sunday, March 20, 2016 in Austin, Texas.

The SXSW Music Festival staff continues curating a not-to-be-missed music festival experience. The third round of artists invited to perform include:

1001 Nights Orchestra (Austin TX)
5ive (Earth TX)
8 Ball Aitken (Nashville TN)
Steve Adamyk Band (Ottawa CANADA)
Advance Base (Chicago IL)
Aero Flynn (Minneapolis MN)
Agoraphobia (Boiro SPAIN)
Kita Alexander (Sydney AUSTRALIA)
[Alexandros] (Tokyo JAPAN)
Algodón Egipcio (Mexico City MEXICO)
All Dogs (Columbus OH)
Elida Almeida (Praia CAPE VERDE)
Tiffany Alvord (Los Angeles CA)
Ruby Amanfu (Nashville TN)
Amasa Hines (Little Rock AR)
Carl Anderson (Nashville TN)
Andy Clockwise (Los Angeles CA)
Andy The Doorbum & Justin Aswell (Charlotte NC)
Daniel Antopolsky (Bordeaux FRANCE)
Arbor Labor Union (Athens GA)
Aries (Bilbao SPAIN)
ARO (Los Angeles CA)
ASTR (New York NY)
Astronauts, etc. (Oakland CA)
Atash (Austin TX)
Atomic Stooges (Ōsaka JAPAN)
Awol One & Factor (Los Angeles CA)
Baby Strange (Glasgow UK-SCOTLAND)
Bad Sports (Denton TX)
Julien Baker (Memphis TN)
Band Aparte (San Pedro CA)
Banditos (Birmingham AL)
Bobby Bare Jr. (Nashville TN)
Bayonne (Austin TX)
Beach Beach (Barcelona SPAIN)
Bee Caves (Austin TX)
Bel Heir (Philadelphia PA)
Charlie Belle (Austin TX)
The Big Pink (London UK-ENGLAND)
Big White (Sydney AUSTRALIA)
Birthday Boy (Toronto CANADA)
Black Crown Initiate (Reading PA)
Blaenavon (Liphook UK-ENGLAND)
Bleubird (Ft Lauderdale FL)
Bloc Party (London UK-ENGLAND)
Blue Healer (Austin TX)
BOAN (Austin TX)
BONES (London UK-ENGLAND)
Booher (Austin TX)
Jackson Boone (Portland OR)
Boraj (Santiago CHILE)
Boreals (Barcelona SPAIN)
Broncho (Tulsa OK)
Melissa Brooks & The Aquadolls (Orange County CA)
Built By Snow (Austin TX)
Burnt Palms (Santa Cruz CA)
Cala Vento (Barcelona SPAIN)
CALLmeKAT (Copenhagen DENMARK)
Dylan Cameron (Austin TX)
Capsula (Buenos Aires ARGENTINA)
Cardiknox (Los Angeles CA)
Charlotte Cardin (Montréal CANADA)
Carey (Nashville TN)
Loyle Carner (London UK-ENGLAND)
Cellars (Los Angeles CA)
Ceschi (New Haven CT)
The Chainsmokers (New York NY)
Chanti Darling (Portland OR)
Pearl Charles (Los Angeles CA)
Gina Chavez (Austin TX)
Chicano Batman (Los Angeles CA)
Chocolat (Montreal CANADA)
Maureen Choi Quartet (Madrid SPAIN)
CLARA-NOVA (Los Angeles CA)
Clarence Clarity (London UK-ENGLAND)
Clean Cut Kid (Liverpool UK-ENGLAND)
David C Clements (Belfast UK-N. IRELAND)
Coast Modern (Los Angeles CA)
Coldair (Warsaw POLAND)
Judy Collins and Ari Hest (Denver CO)
Wendy Colonna (Austin TX)
The Compozers (London UK-ENGLAND)
The Contortionist (Indianapolis IN)
Bill Converse (Austin TX)
Will Joseph Cook (Royal Tunbridge Wells UK-ENGLAND)
JP Cooper (Manchester UK-ENGLAND)
Corb Lund (South Alberta CANADA)
Cosmo’s Midnight (Sydney AUSTRALIA)
Frankie Cosmos (New York NY)
Barns Courtney (Ipswich UK-ENGLAND)
CREEPSIDE (McAllen TX)
The Cult (Los Angeles CA)
Denzel Curry (Miami FL)
D.D Dumbo (Castlemaine AUSTRALIA)
D∆WN (New Orleans LA)
Daddy Issues (Nashville TN)
Kat Dahlia (Miami FL)
Benjamin Damage (Swansea UK-WALES)
The Dandy Warhols (Portland OR)
Dead! (London UK-ENGLAND)
Dead Leaf Echo (New York NY)
The Dead Ships (Los Angeles CA)
Dead Soft (Vancouver CANADA)
The Dead South (Regina CANADA)
Death by Unga Bunga (Oslo NORWAY)
Decorations (Los Angeles CA)
De De Mouse (Tokyo JAPAN)
Deepflow (Seoul SOUTH KOREA)
Deffie (Lake Forest CA)
De Mónaco (Santiago CHILE)
Des Ark (Durham NC)
Alvaro Diaz (San Juan PUERTO RICO)
Luther Dickinson (Nashville TN)
Sonny Digital (Atlanta GA)
The Digital Wild (Austin TX)
Dilly Dally (Toronto CANADA)
The Dirty Nil (Dundas CANADA)
Division Minuscula (Matamoros MEXICO)
DJ HALO (Oakland CA)
DJ Sermon (San Antonio TX)
DJ Spinn (Chicago IL)
DJ Taye (Chicago IL)
DMA’S (Sydney AUSTRALIA)
Domo Genesis (Los Angeles CA)
Draper (London UK-ENGLAND)
Drinking Flowers (Los Angeles CA)
Dual Core (Austin TX)
The Dumplings (Zabrze POLAND)
Duran (Colombia) (Bogota COLOMBIA)
Dynoman (Karachi PAKISTAN)
DZ Deathrays (Brisbane AUSTRALIA)
DZZ (Stephens City VA)
East of My Youth (Reykjavík ICELAND)
Eerie Wanda (Amsterdam NETHERLANDS)
Ela Minus (New York NY)
El B (Miami FL)
El Conjunto Nueva Ola (Los Angeles CA)
Electric Eye (Oslo NORWAY)
ELEL (Nashville TN)
El Freaky (Bogotá COLOMBIA)
Daniel Ellsworth & The Great Lakes (Nashville TN)
Elohim (Los Angeles CA)
Jota Erre (São Paulo BRAZIL)
Escondido (Nashville TN)
ESDLCP (Santiago CHILE)
EVDW (Edgar Van de Wingard) (Santiago CHILE)
The Excitements (Barcelona SPAIN)
Extraperlo (Barcelona SPAIN)
Faith Healer (Edmonton CANADA)
BP Fallon (Dublin IRELAND)
The Family Rain (Bath UK-ENGLAND)
Far From Alaska (São Paulo BRAZIL)
Mark Farina (San Francisco CA)
Fast Romantics (Toronto CANADA)
Fat White Family (London UK-ENGLAND)
Charlie Faye & The Fayettes (Austin TX)
Fedel (Tulsa OK)
FEMME (London UK-ENGLAND)
FEWS (Malmö SWEDEN)
Field Division (Des Moines IA)
Field Trip (Los Angeles CA)
Fine Times (Vancouver CANADA)
Flying Ipis (Manila PHILIPPINES)
Foex (Santiago CHILE)
Formation (London UK-ENGLAND)
Fotogramas (Valparaíso CHILE)
Frances (Newbury UK-ENGLAND)
Franky Flowers (Los Angeles CA)
Eleanor Friedberger (New York NY)
Robbie Fulks (Chicago IL)
Fuse ODG (London UK-ENGLAND)
Gabylonia (Guatire VENEZUELA)
Janice Gaines (Nashville TN)
Gang Of Youths (Sydney AUSTRALIA)
Destra Garcia (Port Of Spain TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO)
The Garden (Orange County CA)
Kevin Garrett (Brooklyn NY)
Kevin Gates (New Orleans LA)
Gateway Drugs (Los Angeles CA)
GGOOLLDD (Milwaukee WI)
The Giving Tree Band (Yorkville IL)
Margaret Glaspy (New York NY)
Samantha Glass (Madison WI)
Jody Glenham (Vancouver CANADA)
Glenn Rexach Group (Austin TX)
Great American Canyon Band (Baltimore MD)
Gregory Pepper and His Problems (Guelph CANADA)
Matt Gresham (Fremantle WA)
Diaz Grimm (Cambridge NEW ZEALAND)
GRRL (Durham NC)
Guten Birds (Seoul SOUTH KOREA)
GYMSHORTS (Providence RI)
Gerald and Tammi Haddon (Los Angeles CA)
Cas Haley (Paris TX)
Hanba! – The Rebellious Street Band (Kraków POLAND)
The Harpoonist and The Axe Murderer (Vancouver CANADA)
Harts (Melbourne AUSTRALIA)
Hawai (Orange County CA)
Ronnie Heart (Fort Worth TX)
Heaters (Grand Rapids MI)
Zyna Hel (Glasgow UK-SCOTLAND)
HEO (Seoul SOUTH KOREA)
Ari Hest (New York NY)
Hey Marseilles (Seattle WA)
The High Strung (Detroit MI)
Hodgy Beats (Los Angeles CA)
Holy Esque (Glasgow UK-SCOTLAND)
Holy Fuck (Toronto CANADA)
Holy Nothing (Porto PORTUGAL)
Honduras (Brooklyn NY)
Horse Thief (Oklahoma City OK)
House Of KENZO (San Antonio TX)
Hundred Visions (Austin TX)
Hunny (Los Angeles CA)
IAN (Boston MA)
Iglooghost (Bath UK-ENGLAND)
INHALT (San Francisco CA)
I See Stars (Detroit MI)
Julia Jacklin (Sydney AUSTRALIA)
The Jacques (Bristol UK-ENGLAND)
James Supercave (Los Angeles CA)

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Jazz Street: Dave Brubeck

posted January 14th, 2016 by Nathaniel Lathy | Filed under: Jazz Street, Throwback Thursday | 0

Dave BrubeckAnd the consensus was the best version belonged to Dave Brubeck. His is the  only version of the song I’ve heard. There’s been plenty of writing about Brubeck and his work with time signatures. The main interest level for me in Brubeck’s recordings is they just sound so good.He put out a classic album with Jazz Goes To College. I became a fan, listening to cuts from this album. My interest level increased, downloading Dave Brubeck’s Greatest Hits ( a great 43:00 of music.) Read more…

Introducing: Molly Brulé

posted January 11th, 2016 by madelainej | Filed under: Introducing | 0

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Imagine a pastoral mountainside, sprawling open spaces, snow-capped towering mountains and green fields. Now listen to Molly Brulé’s debut album, “Seasons,” and you’ll have an idea of where this innocent voice crooning of heart break originated. Molly Brulé grew up in Vermont before moving to the bustling city of Boston. Her strong ties to the American landscape and people attest to her folk/pop and Americana sound. With a family of musicians to inspire, encourage and back her up, Molly is following her passion for music.

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