Posts Tagged ‘josh hathaway’
Tony Conley from Rock Guitar Daily reviewed Tilting, the upcoming (and really good) release from Johnny Hickman.
Josh Hathaway over on Blinded by Sound reviewed the new Norah Jones album, Little Broken Hearts and tossed a stream of the album up for listening.
At Screamer Magazine, Richard Rosenthal interviewed Ron Young from Little Caesar.
Heading south to ninebullets.net territory, Romoesidvicious reviewed Nah, Death Ima Comin’ for You, the upcoming release from Michael Dean Damron, and streamed a preview track from the album. While you all are over there, check out the ninebullets radio show from this week. The show had tunes from Have Gun Will Travel, William Elliot Whitmore, Pawn Shop Saints and so many more good bands.
Rachel over at Adobe and Teardrops wrapped up Pride Month with her review of White Noise, the new EP from Sarah Walk. She also shared a link to download the EP for free or for a donation amount of your choice.
Also from the Adobe and Teardrops Facebook page, some Gary Clark, Jr.- Live from Bonnaroo -
Little Indie Blogs reviewed and provided a link to preview four songs from the Chapel Club upcoming release, Good Together.
The Steve Carlson / Jonah Dolan StageIt concert that had to be cancelled has been rescheduled for July 11th. Tickets are sold out now, but they usually release another bunch closer to show date.
Cameron Matthews over at Spinner previewed Hey Girl, a new single from Dig. Sow. Love. Grow., the upcoming (August 7th) album by the Buffalo Killers and offered it up as a free download.
Fire by Viv and the Revival is being used by NBC and Bud Light in their summer Olympics ads and promo spots. You all can see the first video on the band’s website and catch more over the next month.
The Young Electrics only need a couple more votes and they will be performing at the Olympics as part of the Emerging Icons. Pop over and click on the little star to help them. Seriously, how many times are you going to have the chance to say, “I picked one of the bands that played the Olympics“?
To finish out the list, bluesman Peter Parcek tossed out another in his series, Unsung Heroes of the Blues Guitar. This entry focused on Kid Ramos.
And that is it for me. As always, if I missed your blog post just leave a comment with the addy or shoot me a quick email.
I’ll leave you all with a cool little live vid of Peter with Willie Hayes, Jesse Hayes and Kevin Harvey doing Let The Good Times Roll.
Josh Hathaway from Blinded by Sound tossed out a list of releases for April, including stuff from Tab Benoit (yea!), the Smiths and Elvis Costello.
Brandon over on The Burning Ear streamed All the Rowboats, a track off the upcoming Regina Spektor release, What We Saw from the Cheap Seats.
Michael Barwise from Michael’s Music Madness posted the Favourite Songs Of 2012 So Far:
So March is now over which means that we are a 1/4 of the way through 2012. Three months of great new music. I asked radio DJs, bloggers and more about what music they’ve been loving so far this year…”
Rachel at Adobe and Teardrops streamed Bully, from the upcoming album, When the New Wears Off, by The Only Sons.
John Jurgensen from the Wall Street Journal interviewed Bonnie Raitt about music and her new album, Slipstream.
If you could only listen to the discography of 3 artists/bands for the remainder of your life. Who would they be?”
Finally, if you aren’t already reading Peter Parcek’s Unsung Heroes of the Blues Guitar, this is a great time to start. Check out his latest installment, former Fleetwood Mac guitarist Danny Kirwan.
The list seems a little short but I spent most of the week a bit sleep-deprived and didn’t read as many blogs as usual. If you want me to add your post to the list just send me an email, bug me over on Twitter @kitbrown_wmb or leave your addy in the comments section.
Josh Hathaway from Blinded by Sound previewed the upcoming Counting Crows release Underwater Sunshine.
Michael Verity reviewed Everything Happens for a Reason by Carly Jamision.
Blues guitarist Cary Morin discusses all things bacon – from playing with the band Better Than Bacon Pizza to bacon wrapped jalapeno peppers.
Andrew Keen from TechCrunch interviewed Evan Lowenstein, founder and CEO of StageIt.
Romeosidvicious from Ninebullets.net reviewed The Shovel vs The Howling Bones by Lincoln Durham.
Damian hangs out with Arliss Nancy in the latest Mostly Harmless podcast.
Musician Peter Parcek continues his series on Unsung Heroes of the Blues Guitar with a profile on Pat Hare.
I’m headed out of town for the day so I had to rush the list. If I missed you please send me an email or drop a note in the comment section and I’ll add your post to the list tonight or tomorrow.
Wesley Britton on BC*blogcritics reviewed Once Upon a Time in the West, the upcoming release by The White Buffalo.
In the final cut on the second album from Jake Smith, A.K.A. White Buffalo, the songwriter sings, “I am where the darkness falls and surrounds us all,” a place that he affirms is a “call to arms.” That track, “I Am the Light,” sums up what listeners might experience in this powerful collection of songs with lyrics describing pain, death, violence, loss, and survival…”
Josh Hathaway from Blinded by Sound reviewed Hellfire, the awesome new release from Joe Louis Walker
Christopher Anthony at Firenote takes on the Lana Del Rey hype machine and gives a very balanced review of her new release, Born to Die.
Born To Die is a not a throwaway as the first five tracks would make for a stellar EP as the songs possess a cool retro sounding swagger, confident attitude, pinch of pop and sultry vocals most expected from Lana Del Rey. This is where the album starts to fade…”
Brandon from The Burning Ear streamed an mp3 and video from Milk Famous, the upcoming release by the White Rabbits.
Autopysy IV from ninebullets.net reviewed A Different Kind of Truth, the new Van Halen in 140 characters or less.
Ninebullets.net also shared this Patterson Hood video.
Same line as last week. The above is only a fraction of the cool music blogs out there. If you have a review or article I missed drop me an email or toss your post addy in the comments section and I’ll add you to the roll.
Have a great weekend!
February 12, 2013 | 4:06 pm
I have been trying to write the review for Blurred, by San Francisco singer/songwriter Alex Wise for a few months now but can’t seem to finish it. This is difficult for me to say but I get about halfway through the process and find myself so homesick I just can’t continue. The past few years have been full [...]
- Arc & Stones…
February 11, 2013 | 4:53 am
Now that Scooter is back sleeping nights I proclaim this ’dig myself out from under the mountain of un-reviewed music‘ week. Kicking off the week o’reviewing is Arc & Stones, the debut EP from Brooklyn band Arc & Stones. The guys are Dan Pellarin (vocals), Ben Cramer (guitar), Joe Doino (drums) and Eddy Bayes (bass). I had [...]
- Telegraph Taboo…
January 21, 2013 | 8:45 am
So, I was in the mood for some blues and whoosh – blues appeared. Other people get coupons, bills and news updates in the mail while I get blues music. Cool new blues music in the form of the debut release Telegraph Taboo from the Chicago-based band Nick and the Ovorols. This is not a pretty album. The vocals on a few tracks [...]
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