I get sent a lot of music. Sometimes it’s not up my alley, sometimes I like it but don’t have time to write, and sometimes a song or video hits me at just the right time and I feel like I have to let people know about it immediately. “Pressing Mesh” is definitely in the last category, which is why your Monday is starting with … Continue reading Mike Adams At His Honest Weight-Pressing Mesh
At a time when families are being ripped apart, both physically and emotionally, it’s good to hear a song like “Loving Family.” A mother protecting her child and doing what it takes to provide for them is a story that’s been told before, but not put so straightforward in song. Joey Lyons, who wrote, produced, and mixed this track, had this to say about its … Continue reading The Fuss-Loving Family
For the first time ever I purchased a meet & greet package for a concert. On May 22nd I’ll be one of the people arriving to The Vic early to hear a short acoustic set of music and get my picture taken with the man who I think wears the crown as America’s greatest songwriter. In general I think the meet & greet packages are … Continue reading Josh Ritter-Old Black Magic
It’s been well over four years since Jenny Lewis last delivered a solo album, but the wait is almost over. On The Line will be out on March 22nd, and today she offered up a new single to help tide us over for a couple months. I caught her last fall opening for Beck and she played a couple new tunes which sounded great. “Red … Continue reading Jenny Lewis-Red Bull & Hennessy
With their newest LP, Deus Sex Machina, coming out in a couple weeks, Sons Of An Illustrious Father have just put out their third single. “E.G.” changes up the sound a bit from the other two songs they’ve released. Big, heavy guitars fill up most of the available space, while Josh Aubin’s vocals offer a sweetness that differs from the intensity of band members Ezra … Continue reading Sons Of An Illustrious Father-E.G.