All posts tagged "Featured"
Jim Peterik, ‘The Songs’ – Reviewed
When you’re a musician who has co-written one of the most recognizable songs ever recorded. When that song goes on to win a Grammy, a People’s Choice Award, is nominated for an Academy Award, hits Number 1...
- Posted September 2, 2016
Bon Iver Drops “33 ‘God’”
Bon Iver Drops “33 ‘God’” Bon Iver shared a new track from the LP, 22, A Million early this morning. The track, “33 ‘God'” pays homage to Paolo Nutini with a sampling of his hit, “Iron Sky” from the 2014 LP,...
- Posted August 30, 2016
LoCash: Review & Gallery
JackPot for LoCash at The Inn of the Mountain Gods. For years, Chris Lucas and Preston Brust were best known as songwriters on the country music scene, however; they are trying to “Cash in” on their formula...
- Posted August 26, 2016
He Is Me Releases ‘Let It Drip’
Sometimes lyrics and melody aren’t what draws you to a song. Sometimes a song will pull you in only with its feel. “Let It Drip” from He Is Me, is one of those songs. He Is Me...
- Posted August 25, 2016
Sluka, A Taste of ‘Introversions’
Christopher Sluka doesn’t do things halfway. With ten studio albums under his belt, his newest adventure finds him filming videos for all 13 album tracks off his latest album, Introversions. The music videos are to be released...
- Posted August 23, 2016
The Grand Undoing Releasing ‘Sparks Rain Down from the Lights of Love’
According to his bio, Seth Goodman has two passions in life. The first is “creating post-rock Americana confronting alienation and mortality.” The second one is drinking sparkling wine. After listening to Sparks Rain Down from the Lights...
- Posted August 23, 2016
Back in the Days; Photographer Jamel Shabazz
Brooklyn native and photographer Jamel Shabazz grew up in New York at the dawn of hip hop. “Back in the Days” is filled with his photographs documenting the emerging Hip Hop scene from 1980-1989 —before it became...
- Posted August 19, 2016
Don’t Mess With Texas
TXDOT celebrates 30 years of the “Don’t Mess With Texas” Campaign and we still love Willie.
- Posted August 18, 2016
Downtown Mystic, ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll Romantic’ Reviewed
Let’s just say right off the top. Finally, finally, someone got the feel of old school rock and roll without making it sound, well, old. Out of Jersey, where we take our old school rock very seriously,...
- Posted August 16, 2016
Holly Montgomery, ‘Leaving Eden’ Reviewed
“You want to join the party?” Yeah? Well that’s the opening question asked by Holly Montgomery on her new release Leaving Eden, and if you’re looking for some rock with meat on the bones, then you might...
- Posted August 15, 2016