SHOWS AND WRITING:
Nada Surf release album 9. They’ve been together for 25 or so years. Still got that glorious power pop going. Folk punk from Milwaukee by Brett Newski. Hell Yes. New Jason Isbell And The 400 Unit. This their follow-up to the Grammy-winning 2017 album. Mike Campbell, Tom petty’s buddy, and guitarist, has had a side … Read More
Khruangbin and Leon Bridges. Mr Bridges is moving even further from the punchy R and B styling of first album. Trippy tune. Ezra Furman could be the unofficial troubadour of teen angst. He is perfect for the soundtrack of Sex Education. Good TV show. It’s been awhile since we’ve heard from Atlas Genius. Big fan … Read More
Next is your place for new music discovery. Every week we showcase great new music from artists and bands that more people should know about…one of these songs may be your next new favorite song. That’s our simple goal. This week…it’s our look back. The last Wednesday of every month we collect a few of … Read More
Jade The Moon starts off the week. Music from up North, eh? Vundabar are a duo from Boston. MGMT are back. Sounding quite good. Of course. I know. Still. It’s good. Pearl Jam hasn’t had a new album in…a long time. A single here and there. Good to have a full album that I’ll have … Read More
It’s here. 2020. Takes us a while to get through 4 weeks of 2019 review. And did you listen to our notable songs of 2019? 63 damn fine songs. Songs you’ll be listening to for a long time. Hint. That Bleached song “Kiss You Goodbye” was Kate Snow’s favorite of 2019. As soon as I … Read More
We welcome 2020 with week 4 of 4 of our end of 2019 review. It’s our notable songs. This always sneaks up on me. Next year I’ll be better. I said that last year too. One year it will happen. At the end of every month I collect our notable songs together. It’s a good … Read More
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Life without friends would be a lonely place. The internet without links would also be a lonely place.
Or as a man much wiser than me once said
“A man’s growth is seen in the successive choirs of his friends.”
– Ralph Waldo Emerson
Or Maybe “Friendship is a single soul dwelling in two bodies.”
So please visit my friends and by helping them we can grow together.