Pop music fans are certainly very familiar with Marshall Crenshaw. Beginning with the release of his classic, self-titled LP in 1982 (featuring enduring gems such as “Someday Someway” and “Cynical Girl,” among many) and continuing through …
Spin Cycle reviews Regalcrabmophone’s new releases: Stay, Honey Pot, Chemistry Set and Astralasia
Judy Dyble/Andy Lewis Summer Dancing (CD) (Acid Jazz) With her own next solo album hurtling through the pipeline, Judy Dyble rounds off a triumphant season of live shows (capped at Cropredy over the weekend) with Summer Dancing – a collaboration …
Indie Showcase reviews artists Oh Susanna, Buffalo Tom, Garrison Starr, Co-Pilgrim, Rick Shea and more.
A bonanza of new CDs include lush pop, R’n’B, Sinatra and Jobim Remembered, Country-Soul from a 1972 pioneer and pure Americana from a master.
Box sets and reissue sets from Hanoi Rocks, The Feelies, Counting Crows, and others, certainly make the cut.
From Georgie Fame to Underground Jazz, Spin Cycle reviews many.
From Memphis rockabilly to an Italian recreation thereof, with stops along the way for metal, jazz and Americana, we’ve got all the bases covered.
It makes sense to seek new sounds that provide the satisfaction of discovery. Here then, is a Indie Showcase sampling of new indie music.
Gene Loves Jezebel Dancing Underwater (CD) Westworld Recordings Well, isn’t this a surprise? Not the fact that Gene Loves Jezebel’s first full album since 1999’s VII is as good as you ever hoped it would be, back in their glittery-glammy-goth …