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It’s a rare rock/alternative group that separates itself from the run-of-the-mill bands with a band member on piano and other keyboards. Lydia is on its way, with singer/keyboardist Mindy White. But there is much more to this Gilbert, Arizona...
Nightmare of You sets the tone with “I Was Never A Normal Boy” tune from its Bang CD (2007 The Bevonshire). The lyrics of this song are interesting, though they don’t quite stretch to the vision that the title promises. Close. (This veteran listener would encourage them to keep up the good work.) The title [...]
It’s a rare rock/alternative group that separates itself from the run-of-the-mill bands with a band member on piano and other keyboards. Lydia is on its way, with singer/keyboardist Mindy White. But there is much more to this Gilbert, Arizona group. In addition to White, the group is composed of Leighton Antelman (vocals/guitar), Steve McGraw (guitar), [...]
The first volume of the Best New DIY Music of 2016 – of the hundreds and hundreds of songs we’ve listened to so far this […] Read more, get songs or stream the entire mix on Indie Rock Cafe
The latest edition of Fresh Tracks features lo-fi psych pop from Pennsylvania to pop rock from Seattle; alt. rock in Los Angeles to cinematic alt. […] Read more, get songs or stream the entire mix on Indie Rock Cafe
Friendly guitar twangs and warm acoustic strums make “But I Can Tell” an instantly amiable success, via Eugene, Oregon-based singer/songwriter Nick Noemi, who released his debut album Dr. Rocket this past September. Currently living in Seattle – where he’s very active in the music scene when not working at a ramen shop in Capitol Hill […] The post Nick Noemi – “But I Can Tell” appeared first on .
Joyriot is a rising trio based out of Tucson, Arizona, where they take inspiration from various laid-back contemporary rock influences – like Real Estate and Surfer Blood – alongside more alternative staples like Pavement and The Cure to craft a sound that sounds simultaneously progressive and nostalgic, with new track “Neon Crush” showing that well. […] The post Joyriot – “Neon Crush” appeared first on .
Classic electric chicken grease somewhere between Ray Charles & Tom Waits from eccentric Australian bluesman CW Stoneking. Hailing from Australia’s remote Northern Territory, Stoneking grew up listening to gospel, ragtime and Chicago blues, citing American musicians including Son House, Robert Johnson, Skip James and Bukka White among his earliest influences. “When I first heard it […]