Jadon Faith, musician and recording artist managed by Minurve Records, brings us a new and contemporary rendition of an older and well-known classic song.
One of Dmusic's most prolific collaborators, Spike began performing in High School in Denton, Texas. He has since been involved in a variety of musical pursuits including TV commercials, live performing, and recording. His years of experience lend themselves well to the creation of musical arrangements with thoughtful and intel...
Tim Sanders has released his new cd entitled Back In The Alley. The review plus some of the tracks are available here at DMusic.
Vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Alex Lattimore (Lead and background vocals, Flugel Horn, Synthesizer, Rhodes Piano, Moog) brings home the Promise to Atlanta in 2008.
Technology and indie music is a wonderful thing these days. Bands like Glamour Kings are taking full advantage of the current musical trends and the wide variety of listeners worldwide ready to download their tracks to their iPods and MP3 players.
The Darbuki Kings are having a lot of fun with their new release Lawrence of Suburbia. The two European looking gentlemen on the cover of the CD are actually Antonio H. Albarran (Laouto, Bouzouki & Sitar Guitar) and Robin Adnan Anders (Tabla, Tabla Beladi, Tars, Rigg, Dabola, Muzhar, Zills, Guitarron, Strings, Kanun).
Looking for something a little different to put in your CD or MP3 player? Then blast into orbit with Captain Hammond's The Origin of Captain Hammond, an instrumental blend of psychedelic rhythm and blues, rock, and fusion.
Sean Costello has that gritty soulful vocal style that is a perfect fit for blues rockers and his new release We Can Get Together is jam packed with songs that focus on scorching hot blues-rock licks while he belts out every song as if he was living it, with straight from the gut vocals.
Review of Michael Showalter's debut comedy album "Sandwiches and Cats."
A look at three EPs released by Beirut in 2007.
A review of Yo La Tengo's compilation CD "Prisoners of Love"
The Secret Of Christmas is Racquel Roberts celebrating the holiday season her own way with a diversifed style and approach. Typically a Christmas album is filled with a more traditional framework in every aspect. This CD takes the word tradition and flips it around with great success.
In Joy celebrates more than life; it takes instrumental smooth jazz to a level of excellence that you hear from some of the world’s top trumpet players. You will not hear the name Gordon James mentioned in a conversation when someone is talking about Chris Botti but his masterful artistry is right up there with some of th...
Band of Asians, the Garage Band Music of Patrick Lew had spent a very history textbook making 2007 in the local & Internet music community with a variety of musical events. They just published their debut studio album "Revenge" on Patrick's 21st birthday on CDBaby, the independent record company for unsigned bands, musicians, DJ...
Mike Cullison got his experience playing music in the honky-tonk clubs of Oklahoma. Johnny Neel, The wily old veteran from the south, shows up for yet another album joining Cullison on this session.
Her songs are deeply personal, and she has few qualms about giving the intimate background to her material, treating the audience to vignettes from her life.
Finally, the beautiful and tiny but very talented Luthea Salom took the stage and captivated us all with her songs and stories of closets and new year's eve and got us all thinking with her thought provoking political rant called "Accidents". Seems it's the job of the songwriter to make a stand and vent the world's voices about ...
silent minister's jam was a music school band of 3 teenage musicians in a garage band. we now are in college in city college of san francisco. this band was formed in 2001, when i was 15 and getting guitar lessons at a guitar hut. you could say silent minister's jam was a manufactured local garage band of musicians put together ...
A look at the nerd revolution in comedy and Patton Oswalt's recent CD, Werewolves and Lollipops.
A look at the recently released EP by Flight of the Conchords, The Distant Future.
A review of The Art of the Slap, the latest CD by comedy duo Scharpling and Wurster.
Album review from the French jazz magazine Jazz-hot online
Once upon a time, a bunch of guys got together and formed a band, they were flat out rockers and everyone loved them. They had one problem…they could not come up with a name. As they played gigs, all of their friends tagged along and people from the audience would ask their friends what the name of the band was, and they would r...
We Will be playing at The Rave Bar on 3/16/05 at 5:45.(In Milwaukee Wisconsin) Come see us play!