You might not think a band self-identifying as “Folk Indie Country" would be able to cover the post-rock goodness of Mogwai with much delight but Roy Ira proves to be the exception to the rule. Be sure to watch the rest of the set as well: "Waltz for Aidan" and "Friend of the Night”
As I said on the tweets, bummed I missed this great 8 Off 8th for Lance Conzett but happy to see the results appear on the ole YouTube.
I dunno what it is but I’ve always enjoyed the somewhat lackadaisical delivery of Denney and the Jets. It’s got a drunken party vibe to it and I can get behind that. It’s like you can HEAR the audience swaying back and forth in a drunken daze having a great time.
Directed by Jonathan Rogers and team, the video is a delicate balance between sexy, surreal and a bit of macabre. I have watched it so many times already and expect to watch it so many more. Please do the same and grab the single!
The first full-length album from pop aficionados Scale Model is now available. The list of talent that worked on the record is impressive - Jeremy Ferguson from Battle Tapes recorded it, Matt Mahaffey from Self mixed it, John Baldwin mastered it - but that’s just name recognition to get you in the door. The album is a strong show of force for anyone that likes keytars, sugary-sweet female vocals with a heavy dose of melancholy and explosive dance-y choruses. If you’re into true Pop music, this is for you.
Yes, I am snatching this directly from The Cream but any video that features Richie AND Chris Crofton should be shared immediately. Especially when they’re trading blows and said video is directed by Travis Nicolson. Oh, and the song is strangely appealing too.