From Indian Lakes are from the Yosemite National Park area, which for those of us toiling in the Fresno/Clovis area, means they are locals. One of the best and most dedicated touring acts on the entire West Coast, the band… Continue Reading
Recently, Austin’s White Denim played two nights to sold out crowds at the legendary Troubadour club in West Hollywood. They are currently touring in support of their 6th full-length studio album, Corsicana Lemonade. The quartet took the stage and then… Continue Reading
First, a disclaimer: I didn’t make it to the Digital Wild show on Friday, as I promised. I met up with some friends for happy hour at The Hole in the Wall (legendary Austin dive bar and music venue) and… Continue Reading
I’m seeing this band tonight. I haven’t been out to a show in… too long. Way too long. Please enjoy the following playlist; I promise I’ll build a more extensive mix next week. Also, I will endeavor to have a… Continue Reading
When I hear the name “Lucinda Williams” or even hear her distinctive voice creeping from the radio, a drunken jukebox, or around a smoky poker table, I automatically begin mentally singing “Car whee-eels….On a gravel ro-o-oad.” But now that I’ve… Continue Reading
I split this post into two parts because of the amount of flash players loading at once. In an attempt to please our readers outside of the U.S. or who don’t have a Spotify account we have also provided a… Continue Reading
For all the lovers and the dreamers and the frustrated idealists. A long December and there’s reason to believe Maybe this year will be better than the last I can’t remember the last thing that you said as you were… Continue Reading
Here’s a spectacular remix of Florence and the Machine’s Never Let Me Go. I wasn’t expecting something so reconstructed when I first saw this posted, but Brooklyn based Dev Hynes (Blood Orange) basically takes the track and flips it inside-out,… Continue Reading
Beautiful Small Machines’ hootenanny banjo version of MIA’s “Paper Planes”, via The Clash of course. Enjoy.
The Scarlett & Massive Attack’s 3D track covering the Gershwin classic “Summertime” made its first appearance today on Soundcloud. It’s off of the soundtrack for director Everardo Valerio Gout’s Days of Grace.