A few Power Pop reviews of 2010 releases that some listeners may not have had the opportunity to check out yet.
“All’s Well That Ends Well,” Lukather’s sixth album, his writing and playing reach new levels.
Thomas Dolby will break his 20-year silence this year with a new studio album, “A Map of the Floating City.” First he releases “Oceanea,” a three-track EP.
Unlike many “best of” lists, this Best of 2010 list includes compilations.
A talented quartet that use the Beatles’ sound as a mere jumping off point for their own spirited, stylish compositions.
L.A. musician Jeff Cameron comes back twenty years later to re-assemble the old band for new release, “Bargofaxis.”
In this installment of Power Pop Plus, we’ll take a look at two New Yorkers who have each shed their power pop skin on their latest releases in favor of something a bit different.
by John M. Borack Apple Jam Off the Beatle Track Roseta Productions (884501189064) Grade: ****1/2 Off the Beatle Track showcases authentic and affectionate Merseybeat re-creations of 14 tracks that John Lennon and Paul McCartney penned during the Beatles’ early years …
The 20-something chaps in the band Locksley embrace both power pop and the sounds of the ‘60s while infusing a slightly reckless, “let’s have some fun” feel.
Palmdale is more than a nondescript California city. It’s the new “nom de rock” of former Letters to Cleo vocalist Kay Hanley and producer Linus of Hollywood.