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Spoon Live in Seattle

by on January 24th, 2018 | No Comments »

Rachel Bennett – I have always liked Spoon. I grew up hearing their music on alternative radio and their song “The Way We Get By” on iconic TV show The O.C. I even saw them live when I was 15 or 16 years old (but, even though Spoon was headlining, my teenage self was really there to see Passion Pit and Phoenix who opened the show).


#ICYMI: Broken Social Scene’s Harmonious, Familial Vibe

by on January 20th, 2018 | No Comments »

Eric Tra – Canadian musical conglomerate Broken Social Scene was one of my “gateway bands” into indie rock music back in the early 2000s, a time when most popular rock hits seemed to all be some bizarre amalgamation of nu-metal and scream. Following a couple year hiatus following their last release, Forgiveness Rock Record, the band is back on tour promoting their new album Hug of Thunder.


Good Luck With Friendamine: Josh Ritter’s The Gathering

by on December 30th, 2017 | No Comments »

Kevin Nelson – Josh Ritter’s ninth studio album, Gathering, could be described as a gathering (… sorry) of the singer-songwriter’s numerous signature stylings. There’s the “Getting Ready to Get Down”-style crowd pleaser of “Cry Softly,” the sadly optimistic tone of “Train Go By” and even Ritter’s awesome preach-singing in “Dreams” that could serve as a companion piece to creepy, yet somehow anthemic “Rattling Locks” off of So Runs the World Away.


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