Music

Double Feature: McDougall and Harmed Brothers cover each other

Friends and contemporaries in the Americana music world, McDougall and Harmed Brothers, who have played numerous shows together, have teamed up to re-imagine and re-record each other’s songs.  Spending a day in the studio together, each outfit chose a song by the other, and got to work on re-imagining it in their style. McDougall chose his favorite Harmed Brothers tune … Continue reading Double Feature: McDougall and Harmed Brothers cover each other

Ghettoblaster’s Friday Roll Out! Albums Out Today 3/24/17

Another week has flown by and as everyone hits the reset button getting over last week’s SXSW, we’re all inundated with a multitude of emails and phone calls. It’s another week of avoiding people you really don’t want to speak to and playing catch-up with the real world you didn’t want to deal with. That’s not to say the hypocrisy … Continue reading Ghettoblaster’s Friday Roll Out! Albums Out Today 3/24/17

Xenia Rubinos Shares “L.O.V.E.”

Supremely talented singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Xenia Rubinos has generated a buzz with her acclaimed album Black Terry Cat. Rubinos shares new video for her song “L.O.V.E.” which was released on Amazon’s Valentine’s Day compilation Love Me. The clip features a noticeably euphoric Rubinos dancing throughout Manhattan, joyfully interacting with the city’s inhabitants. Rubinos explains, “”I wanted to shoot a video that encapsulates being … Continue reading Xenia Rubinos Shares “L.O.V.E.”

Throwback Thursday With Thaione Davis

Chicago Hip-Hop really is something that you can’t mess with or deny. Throughout the years there has been a surge of quality music you’ve probably never heard. Everyone knows of Common, Lupe Fiasco, Chance The Rapper, Rhymefest and Kanye but artists like Longshot, Psalm One, Copperpot, and Modill; these are artists who released amazing albums. One such notable artist is … Continue reading Throwback Thursday With Thaione Davis

MURS Shares New Video “Lemon Juice” Feat. Curtiss King

His new album Captain California (Strange Music) dropped on March 10, 2017 and now MURS has shared the second video off of the album “Lemon Juice.” It features MURS’ friend and long time collaborator, Curtiss King. The song and video have MURS and Curtiss competing for the attention of a woman, all while trading some barbs back and forth. According to MURS, Positive K’s … Continue reading MURS Shares New Video “Lemon Juice” Feat. Curtiss King

Czarface Preview Pages From Read-Along Comic/Record

Fresh off of their collaboration with Marvel Comics, Czarface has not only delivered a new audio adventure complete with narration, it has given us an extra-large, full color, action-packed 24 page comic book with it, housed in a beautiful gatefold jacket! In the spirit of the highly sought after Power Records series from the 70’s, you can read along with … Continue reading Czarface Preview Pages From Read-Along Comic/Record

Photos: Matt Pryor and Dan Andriano, Woodlands Tavern, March 19

On Sunday March 19, Matt Pryor (of the Get Up Kids) and Dan Andriano (of Alkaline Trio) visited Woodlands Tavern in Columbus, Ohio. Matt Pryor’s daughter, Lily Pryor, and Columbus’ How To Survive In The Woods supported the show. Photographer Jeremy Ward was there to capture the action. Lily Pryor How To Survive In The Woods: Matt Pryor Dan Andriano … Continue reading Photos: Matt Pryor and Dan Andriano, Woodlands Tavern, March 19

Pushing Boundaries; An interview with CC and Tone of Little Hurricane

(Photo by Cory Piehowicz) From day one, the narrative of Little Hurricane has echoed the tale of a momentous journey: Their story began in San Diego, where Little Hurricane formed. Having recently resumed playing drums after an eight-year hiatus, Celeste “CC” Spina placed a musicians-wanted ad on Craigslist. Among the myriad of respondents was Anthony “Tone” Catalano, a studio engineer … Continue reading Pushing Boundaries; An interview with CC and Tone of Little Hurricane

They Will Overcome; An interview with Jeffrey Blum of Drip-Fed

(Photo by Bryan Taylor) From Austin, Texas, Drip-Fed whips up a tension that just devastates: diamond-bright punk twang and heavy low-end clash with frontman Jeffrey Blum’s severely depressed vocals. This is anthemic and desperate music, for fans of Black Flag, Fucked Up, Culture Abuse, Ghostlimb, and the like. Under the Wave Blanket was recorded and mixed by Keith Hernandez, and mastered by Brad Boatright … Continue reading They Will Overcome; An interview with Jeffrey Blum of Drip-Fed

Video Premiere: Corner Suns “The Rattle In The Room”

Merging neo-psyche and baroque pop influences, along with sharp songwriting, the Dallas-based duo Corner Suns captivate those who are fans of artists such as The Zombies, Magnetic Fields, and The Shins. Corner Suns – John Dufilho (The Apples In Stereo, The Deathray Davies) and Brandon Carr (The Earlies) – released their self-titled debut in January; memorable vocals and pop hooks … Continue reading Video Premiere: Corner Suns “The Rattle In The Room”