All posts tagged "kath galasso"
In the Light of Led Zeppelin, Pompeii Sessions Reviewed
ARTICLE VIEWS: 392 Tribute bands are in a class all to themselves. Within that class some bands go for the whole look as well as feel of the original band. The other type goes more for capturing...
- Posted June 5, 2018
Strange Culprits Debut Release Is Not Strange At All
ARTICLE VIEWS: 210 Once upon a time, somewhere in the Bay area, Jason Buckingham needed to find a bass player for his new band. As fate would have it, his multi-instrumentalist wife Sami felt the need to...
- Posted May 31, 2018
Ghostly Beard Looks ‘Inward’
ARTICLE VIEWS: 259 You won’t see his face and you can’t watch him onstage. Paul Talbot, aka Ghostly Beard, has chosen to let his music take center stage as he figuratively stays behind the curtain. After a...
- Posted May 17, 2018
‘Little Boat’ by Ajay Mathur – Review
ARTICLE VIEWS: 222 Two years after receiving a Grammy nomination for ‘Best Rock Song,’ Ajay Mathur is back with his recently released album Little Boat. With Little Boat, the Indian born, American rock influenced Swiss resident takes...
- Posted May 8, 2018
Musical Message from Ryan Human: Be Awesome
ARTICLE VIEWS: 290 Ryan Human is a break-down-the-wall, fiercely determined singer-songwriter who creates hook-laden, look-at-the-bright-side music. Based out of Lincoln, NE, Human is about to release his new nine track self-titled album. His first solo EP was...
- Posted April 23, 2018
King Ropes Back With ‘Green Wolverine’
ARTICLE VIEWS: 263 When we last heard from King Ropes, they were covered in Dirt. A little over a year later, the band is back with four tracks documenting a time of transition, reflection, and reconciliation. In...
- Posted April 18, 2018
Australian Grunge Rockers Halfwait Release ‘Stand Alone’
ARTICLE VIEWS: 380 After releasing two EPs, Australian grunge/rock band Halfwait has set June 8, 2018 as the release date for their first full-length album. The Official will feature eleven tracks and the release of the first...
- Posted April 10, 2018
Delta Deep “East Coast Live” Reviewed
ARTICLE VIEWS: 515 “We wanna see some attitude.” There’s no shyness or trepidation as Delta Deep takes the stage with a whole lot of attitude care of powerhouse vocalist Debbi Blackwell-Cook. As she tells the audience what...
- Posted January 24, 2018
Linda Roy Talks New Jehova Waitresses Album, Band Reunion
ARTICLE VIEWS: 483 “We’re putting the band back together” said Jake and Elwood in The Blues Brothers. Jehova Waitresses said “hold my beer.” After two+ decades apart due to an interruption called real life, the universe deemed...
- Posted January 11, 2018
Trigram Releases EP Where Industrial Rock Rules
ARTICLE VIEWS: 427 Based out of LA, Trigram is the self-titled debut project from Rodney Warner. Along with producer Brian Mansell, who also played lead guitar and most of the drums, Warner did the heavy lifting as...
- Posted January 8, 2018