@TheCrowleysBand are four good boys that enjoy looking for an Old Milwaukee Ice sponsorship, playing D&D in the van between gigs, and writing love songs. @MusicNews360 caught up with The Crowleys from their dungeon-like lair in Hamilton, Ontario. We mused about pugs, cabin fever, fusilli, and the color pink. Below are excerpts from our conversation.
@MusicNews360 caught up with @JohnCraigie between two nights of recording a forthcoming live album in Portland, OR (@MississippiStud & @DougFirLounge). We talked about the apocalypse, fractals, astrology, and hanging out with @JackJohnson. Below are excerpts from our conversation. Website Instagram Twitter Spotify Tour Dates Discography Live Studio Capricorn in
No Time For Dreaming by Charles Bradley Review from www.consequenceofsound.net . Charles Bradley‘s debut album, No Time for Dreaming, on Brooklyn’s Daptone label, is a product of the 21st century, but it sounds locked in a bygone era. However, that in no way diminishes its power, its ability to communicate a
Where The Tragic Happens by New Age Healers Review from blog.kexp.org . In their own words, New Age Healers is the “brainchild of Seattle-based, Brooklyn-stewed, Minneapolis-bred multi-instrumentalist Owen Murphy” who also advertises that his group has a Seattle and a Minneapolis line up. Regardless of which line up is backing Murphy, it
War Elephant by Deer Tick Review from www.prefixmag.com . Despite bearing the gruff nicotine rasp of a 48-year-old blues growler, Deer Tick mainman John McCauley was just 19 years old when he recorded War Elephant. A limited-edition run of the album gained critical momentum and sold out not long after its