Vincent Neil Emerson is a torchbearer of the Texas songwriter tradition. He channels the straightforward truth-telling and resonance of his songwriting heroes in Townes Van Zandt, Guy Clark, and Steve
“Hardly Find the Time”, the recently released Beatles-Esque single from Midnight Granger, is a low-key but biting existential plea to slow it all down and think harder about where your
“Portland ‘‘, the latest folk-pop single from NYC-based Noele Flowers, is a breezy but deliberate arrangement perfectly suited to accompany the sentimental musings bound to pop up in the frigid tail-end
We spoke with Phil Marcade about his time with The Senders, their new double vinyl and double CD sets titled ‘All Killer No Filler’ and more.
Bob Dylan’s eighth studio album John Wesley Harding (released 12/27/67) may be the most singular piece of work he’s ever created.
On “Don’t Go Stay Home”, multi-instrumentalist Stephen Chopek brings contemporary synth soundscapes to an 80’s melodic approach that conjures up XTC and Men at Work to create a catchy power
While the sheer amount of cover songs by Jeff Tweedy can be intimidating, Glide has found some of the finest covers Jeff Tweedy has ever performed.
Experiencing Harry and his band live on December 20th at the unrivaled Benaroya Hall in Seattle provided a stellar opportunity to realize the depth, breadth, and fundamental, quality of Connick’s performance, music, band, and stage presence.
On “hung the moon” the recent single from 19-year-old singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer Leila Dandan is a poignant and honest exploration of disillusionment and letdowns. Dandan’s powerful and smooth voice is
Guitarist, Producer, writer, and owner of Sparkle Plenty Records, Michael Lockwood has been very busy the past few years on various music-related projects. Those have included remixing and rereleasing the