With the recent release of Undress, Jesca Hoop fans have been rewarded with more frequent releases than ever. It was her third release in eighteen months; she’s been treating her listeners well. Five Songs Live was recorded on October 17, 2013, and it gives a glimpse of the outstanding performances she has been giving of […]
This article is about Ceramic Dog’s second album, Your Turn. Ceramic Dog is the densest trio I’ve ever come across. Their polystylism covers more genres in one album than do most musicians in a lifetime. Their 2013 album, Your Turn, was released to great praise from critics, but seems to have escaped notoriety. This is somewhat of a trend for group leader, Marc Ribot (pronounced ree-bo). READ MORE NOW!
With 2 days and change to go, the raiders guys have reached their goal. I’m super excited for them, and beyond thrilled to see the finished product. Theres still a lot that can be done if they can find some additional funding, so go check out the campaign and be a part of fandom […]
A long time ago, in a … wait, wrong movie. Way back in the 80s, right after Raiders of the Lost Ark was released, three kids (Chris Strompolos, Eric Zala, and Jayson Lamb henceforth known as “The Raiders Guys”) embarked on a project that would consume their lives for many years, rip their friendship asunder, and […]
If you haven’t heard Jesca Hoop, you’re doing something wrong. If you have, then you know what I mean when I say that her music defies categorization. Her personality weaves itself into the complexity of her studio work as well as the bare candor of her live performances. Now she’s working on a release that […]
The House that Jack Built by Jesca Hoop (2012) The first time I ever experienced Jesca Hoop’s music was at a concert this past November in Atlanta. I found in myself a sort of abashed disappointment that I’d never bothered to listen to her before. After that show, I went home and bought all three […]