The amazing talents of four Brooklyn-based musicians join together for the project, Big Farm, and the results are seriously fun. You could call it art rock, or progressive rock, or just an earful of playful melodies in counterpoint. Big Farm is composed of Grammy winner and Pulitzer Prize finalist vocalist-lyricist Rinde Eckert; in-demand electric bassist … Continue reading TuneCrush: Big Farm “Salad Days”
Bear Language's grooves on this debut full-length come hard with great production. At times melancholy, at more times muscular with electronic infusions. You can hear elements of Local Natives, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Rage Against The Machine. The record was mastered by Joe Lambert, whose recent work includes Local Natives's Hummingbird and Youth Lagoon's … Continue reading Full Stream of Bear Language’s new project, Rememory
Fat Possum Records will release Back to Forever, the new studio album from Lissie, on September 10. Below the video for the single, "Shameless", is the track listing for the new record and Lissie tour schedule. BACK TO FOREVER TRACK LISTING 1. It's The Habit 2. Further Away (Romance Police) 3. Shameless 4. They All … Continue reading Upcoming tour dates for Lissie; new CD out in September
Boston-based power trio Bear Language will be releasing their full-length debut disc, Rememory, on Monday, June 17. Their new single, "Meet Me Outside", is currently streaming exclusively at their website, and features the modern progressive rock blend fans have come to appreciate. Rememory will be available at iTunes, Spotify, and their website.
Hailing from Baltimore, MD, Harmonic Blue is singer-songwriter Zach Field, bassist-producer Gabe Bustos, guitarist-songwriter Anthony Ajluni, and drummer Sam Balcom. The band stirs what I call crooner's' college rock, equal parts jazzy storytelling and jam-band with a warm, acoustic energy. One can hear the elements of Dave Matthews' Band with a touch more a Jeff … Continue reading Groove Loves Melody Q&A with Harmonic Blue
Spot turned ears and heads on modern and indie rock radio with the single "Moon June Spoon" from their 1995 eponymous titled debut for Ardent Records. Due to contractual wrangling between labels interested in the band, The band was forced to ride out the rest of their contract with no tour support and no new … Continue reading Spot – Splatter Splash
From Melbourne, The Cat Empire's "Steal The Light World Tour" will get underway in North America in July, with the band headlining Canadian festivals and hitting the hot spots of the USA. The band will be supported by Blackalicious, as well as Australia’s own Tinpan Orange on some North American dates. Below the video for … Continue reading Video: The Cat Empire “Steal The Light”; U.S. & Canada tour dates announced