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Sling Shot to Heaven by Margot and The Nuclear So and So’s is the 5th full-length release by the midwestern band and its catalyst songwriter, Richard Edwards.
Teeth Dreams by The Hold Steady is the 6th full length release by the Brooklyn rock outfit. It arrives with new found energy–albeit a dark mid to late-1980s glossy energy that is sure to confuse rock snobs and Pitchfork–after the artistic exhaustion of 2010’s letdown, “Heaven Is Whenver.”
“Strong Feelings,” by Canadian singer-songwriter, Doug Paisley, follows up 2011’s “Constant Companion.” The third full-length record extends on Companion’s warm country-folk notions, showcasing Paisley’s au-natural, 1970s-era, Nashville-touch without having to set foot in the Music Capital. However, Feelings’ 10 compositions are too smart for country radio or the mainstream audience that these songs deserve to be heard by.
“Hello, San Francisco” is the lead-off track from the upcoming album, “Sling Shot To Heaven,” by Margot & The Nuclear So and So’s.
A review of the new Kanye West album “Yeezus”. Does Kanye love his wang more than Kim?
SXSW 2013: Dave Grohl and the State of Rock N’ Roll
Dawn McCarthy & Bonnie “Prince” Billy – What The Brothers Sang
Josh Tillman’s reincarnation as Father John Misty has been on the road non-stop since the release of Fear Fun back in April of 2012. Misty and his hot band of merry men’s appearance in Saint Louis at the tiny rock club, Firebird.
Padre Juan and The Rest of The Best of 2012 is Episode 17 of Andy & Reggie’s Songs About Stuff & Things Radio Hour. The boys, along with Lord Thomas Derby, cover the rest of 2012’s favorite music releases.
“Life Is People” is the third full-length release from Bill Fay, and the first official collection of new material that the seventy year old composer has put out since 1971’s “Time Of The Last Persecution”. The resurgence of Fay’s two early seventies records in the last decade-plus by a younger generation of musicians (Jim O’ Rourke, Jeff Tweedy, Nick Cave) prompted producer, Joshua Henry, to successfully invite the artist to record a new set of songs.
Austin, TX – Day 3 of the Austin City Limits 2012 music festival came about with tired legs, ears, and eyes.
Gary Clark Jr., an Austin native preparing for his first full length LP release later this month, held down the big stage and a large crowd for a soulful, electric set. Silky R&B vocals along with a natural blues prowess and rock sensibilities proved the hype surrounding the up and coming ‘it’ kid.
Day 2 of the Austin City Limits 2012 music festival was met with cloudy skies in-between scattered Texan rain showers and mud. Fortunately, the storms stopped before nightfall to ease up on the slippin’ and the slidin’ for double headliners, Jack White and Neil Young.
Austin, TX – Music festivals come with a bag full of issues, sound issues and drunk fucks are to be expected and there were plenty of each on Day 1 of Austin City Limits 2012 music festival. The surprises are the payoffs and Day 1 provided many.
Austin, TX – The sold-out Parish on 6th St. in Austin, TX, played hosts to Father John Misty and Dry The River to end day 1 of ACL 2012.