All posts tagged "kath galasso"
Spencer Elliott, Instrumental Prog Rock Guitarist Releases ‘Torque,’ First Single From Upcoming SE3
Instrumental progressive acoustic rock. A mouthful yes, and also an earful. Spencer Elliott, a West Virginia based finger-style guitarist has just released the first single from his upcoming album SE3. The new album, his fourth release, contains...
- Posted January 27, 2022
The Roseline Releases “Catalpa” Ahead of November LP
Well yes Aunty Em, we are in Kansas once again. The Roseline, out of Lawrence, are back with a new album, their second released during the pandemic, and it’s a lovely Sunday drive of well-crafted lyrics, easy...
- Posted October 28, 2021
Glasgow Indie Duo Hippy Release ‘Falling In Love With Being Alive’ – Album Review
Barely two years after they met, the Glasgow based duo Hippy have a couple of albums under their belts and some good music to show for it. Bandmates Paul Hipson (vocals) and Hugh Frizell (guitars), latest release...
- Posted October 5, 2021
Erinn Alissa Sings of Her “Gypsy Soul”
With a voice that rests comfortably between a Tennessee twang and an easy West Coast vibe, California singer-songwriter Erinn Alissa is out with her new single “Gypsy Soul,” off her EP Restless. Since the release of her...
- Posted October 4, 2021
Just released “I Need You Now” by Ajay Mathur may be just what we all need now
When we last caught up with Grammy nominated musician Ajay Mathur, his award-winning full-length album Little Boat had just been released. Three years down the road, the Switzerland-based artist is still producing upbeat pop songs that cause...
- Posted August 20, 2021
Delyn Grey is Fearless with Release of “Daddy’s Love”
Delyn Grey never takes the soft, mossy road. It seems the path she always chooses is rocky, hard, and bold. After taking on depression and isolation in her last two releases, her latest single “Daddy’s Love,” is...
- Posted July 6, 2021
Jamie Carol: When Life Gives You Lemons, Make “Lemonade”
One could say that Jamie Carol did a major course correction in his musical career. After singing opera onstage in Italian, French, and German, he felt a southern twang was more his style, so he began writing...
- Posted June 21, 2021
KasēoGems Look to Bring Back the Fire with “Don’t Go”
Continuing the mood brought on via the isolation of a pandemic, Vancouver duo KasēoGems returns with a soulful ballad titled “Don’t Go.” As a follow-up to their first single, a cover of Springsteen’s “I’m On Fire,” the...
- Posted May 3, 2021
SF Folk Duo Wax Moon Release ‘Hello Morning,’ First Studio LP
Indie acoustic Folk duo Wax Moon’s first studio release, Hello Morning, shows that stripped down doesn’t mean bare basics. John Blatchford and Paul Kimball, the SF Bay area musicians who make up Wax Moon, weave harmonies and...
- Posted April 26, 2021
New Yank Yorkies “Bring Back The Love”
Musical history has shown us some of the most talented artists are the ones whose names you only know if you are a devout reader of album liner notes. As Skynyrd sang “Muscle Shoals has got the...
- Posted April 5, 2021