Chats with Barenaked Ladies' Ed Robertson (w/Premiere) and The Brevet, Plus Paul Simon Plays Des Moines, and Exclusives from The Nice Guys, (In)Body, Massy Ferguson, Gillian, Essence, Ula Ruth, Kira Small, RESH and Sulfur City
MASSY FERGUSON'S "MAKIN' IT" EXCLUSIVE According to Ula Ruth... "When the four of us took our first steps into Tarquin Studio's
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Feeling Discouraged About Warsaw? Chin up: Bands and Students Come Together to Push the Environmental Envelope
It was pleasantly surprising to see the response first-hand from students -- not only did they tolerate all the environmental information and calls-to-action, but they immediately participated and were excited to talk about their efforts and ideas to make their campuses more sustainable.
Jack's Mannequin, Ivy & Scars On 45: Chatting With Andrew McMahon, Dominique Durand and Danny Bemrose, Michael Parks' Download
"My goal is always just to write about the real things that happen everyday. Frankly, most of those things are very sensational, but they're only made sensational by the fact that they're turned into songs."
It's a three-way tie between gnocchi, polenta, and roasting a Japanese sweet potato and eating it right out of the skin--if
One of my favorite tracks on k.d. lang's new album is the opener, "I Confess," which sounds like Brill Building meets country, meets...okay, I'll shut up now, k.d. lang has the rest.
A onetime New Yorker and front man for indie rockers Bravo Silva, L.A. musician and singer-songwriter Henry Wolfe's new album, Linda Vista, will be out late March 2011.
Until Julian Assange document drops his debut album on the WikiLeaks Records label, here's my own very revealing soundtrack for all your assorted and sundry leaking needs.
The TSA is apparently taking a very hands-on approach to airport security these days with their new and supposedly improved pat-downs. Here then is some loosely fitting mood music for your next airport close encounter.
Music is a universal language that can inspire crowds the size of a small city. But did the "Rock Star With A Message" die out at the end of the 60s? Do musical artists still have the same power?
There may never again be a music event on this scale that plays out right on the front lines of an environmental and economic tragedy. It promises to be unique, poignant, and cathartic.