“I respect Paul McCartney so much. Besides being an amazing songwriter and singer, the guy kept putting out records knowing he probably wasn’t going to top what he had already done with The Beatles, but he kept doing it because he loves writing and recording.”
Head cheerleader and unassuming riot-grrrl-next-door Flynne Collins leads a full-on assault on the senses in the new single. Each musician leaves everything on the field and their skillful musicianship is evident.
The band members’ other lives involve some blue-collarish professions far, far away from the rock music universe. Their life experiences and education have culminated in some smart and tasty music.
Everyone who’s anyone knows that Spoon is one of the most underrated bands around. Their style and unique sound is unmatched. However, to hear them cover others is a cover lover’s dream.
“This is a more organic and group effort than the first record. Kelly and I share a common love of British Invasion and Prog Rock. Hannibal is authentically a 90s alt-rock vet. All three of us were KISS fans.
Mayer’s solo tour is a stripped-down, acoustic marvel. He mentioned during the performance how appreciative he was that, “All of you showed up for just me and my guitar.”
There is no argument that Goodmood has assisted many in the music community. An obvious silver lining is Covid has waned and bands are touring again.
‘Within Shadows’ is a menagerie of sounds which may feel right at home on a ‘Twin Peaks’ soundtrack, but more introspective than creepy.
The sound of The Power and The Glory seems to have launched from left field. A band sprung from some unfamiliar place yet wielding the sonic prowess of a group exhibiting the tight and right sounds of grizzled music veterans (which collectively, they are).
The five-song EP Chronic Town was R.E.M.’s debut, released on August 24, 1982. This date marked the introduction of something completely different, changing the American music landscape forever. The band soon became college rock architects and icons.