More Giraffes-It Was A Joke

I’ve written about a couple of the singles More Giraffes put out this year. Yesterday, their debut EP hit streaming services. It features the couple I’ve covered plus a few that you haven’t heard yet. Mark Hadley and Keeley Bumford are good at taking familiar sounds and adding their own spin. If you listen to anything by Calvin Harris or Zedd you should have an ear … Continue reading More Giraffes-It Was A Joke

Lauren Rocket-Diamond Nights

I first saw Lauren Rocket playing keys with Night Terrors Of 1927 a few years ago. Since then she’s been slowly but surely working on her solo career. About a week ago she posted the first video for new music. “Diamond Nights” gives us an idea of what to expect from upcoming tunes. The video is a sun-drenched glimpse at Nevada is all it’s neon … Continue reading Lauren Rocket-Diamond Nights

Juanes at House Of Blues 11/1/18

For a brief time in the mid-2000’s I was working primarily with a woman from Mexico and a man from Guatemala. They would always arrive to work before me, and the radio would be on one of the Latin stations. I didn’t speak any Spanish and had never really listened to any music not sung in English (other than The Gypsy Kings cover of “Hotel … Continue reading Juanes at House Of Blues 11/1/18

Calvero-Vanishing Streets

For those that have known Gabe Liebowitz for years, his new single “Vanishing Streets” may seem a bit out of left field. He made his bones in Chicago playing solo and in a great band called Dastardly before heading back to the east coast a few years ago. Since then he’s been paying the rent writing with acts like Terror Jr (check out “Smoke” if … Continue reading Calvero-Vanishing Streets