OCS have also announced four shows, which, per a press release, will likely be the only time Memory of a Cut Off Head is performed live . They are playing ... Shannon Lay is supporting the band at all four shows, and Ty Segall will also contribute a.
Bad news for fans of teen idols Cody Simpson and Justin Bieber ... but as of right now, we're both doing our own thing.” The Australia-born Simpson — whose acoustic show January 29 at Lincoln Hall is sold out — said his “thing” involves making.
It was clear then that Bartel and his band were something special, and earlier this month they released a new album, Vagabonds, that clearly cements their place as arguably our area's most talented alt-country act. .... Simpson is touring in support of.
Musically, we're looking at that glorious amalgamation of tradition folk elements ( acoustic instruments and vocal styles) with the burgeoning indie-rock scene—or, occasionally, electronic elements applied to folk music. ... There's overlap with alt.
Like two of his other “great lost” records, Homegrown and Chrome Dreams, it has become the subject of great speculation and more than a little impossible-to- live up to rock 'n' roll mythology. Young's ... Recorded in one sitting on the night of August.
which mimics the lyrical dynamics, creates a palpable tension that leaves the listener cheering for the narrator, while also worrying for her safety. As DiFranco sings, “Gravity is nothing to me, I'm moving at the speed of sound , I'm just going to.
After more than two decades, we're pretty convinced that Wilco can do no wrong. We featured a Wilco song way back in the day on our first-ever CD sampler, and our love for the Chicago alt-country pioneers has continued ever since, whether for their pop .
Cody Simpson Introduces His (Seriously Zen) New Band, Announces Tour Dates ... He has used the time to recalibrate his sound , form a new band and read a couple of philosophy books. “A grand visitation of creative inspiration arose when I spent my.
“I wake up with the blues every day,” he says, rather tiredly, on the loved-and-lost acoustic musing “Nothing Hurts Worse.” Clearly, life's beatdown is weighing heavy on his mind. On his new album, Diviners and Shivs, the South Carolina singer.
Chisholm is indispensable as always, blanketing the album's tracks with a suffocating combo of fuzzed-out bass and sound manipulation — turning found sounds like construction noise and a coyote's howl into vital components. If Hiss Spun is a beautiful .