Is Nancy Sinatra the tree from which all Indie female singers fall from? With Jenny Lewis, Neko Case, Caitlin Rose and now Nikki Lane that seems to be the case. Lane is making her debut on I Am Sound records with Walk of Shame and with that debut she has put herself in the conversation
Driving to the Bootleg Theater last night, I was yawning the whole way there. School had just started, and I had spent the past two hours reading Shakespeare (seriously…). I was in serious need of a pick me up, and, fortunately, that’s exactly what I got. Walking into the old warehouse venue I could already
It was four years ago when Lee Moretti’s awesome red hair and I first crossed paths. She was a bassist for New York-based band The Upwelling, but parted ways with them, before she and I crossed paths again when she joined San Francisco alternative rock band Third Eye Blind occasionally as an additional guitar player
“I’m just really drawn to the sound of big orchestra and different instruments, which has been around for a really long time,” says Ari Picker, the creative force behind Chapel Hill, NC based Lost in the Trees. “That’s the instrumentation I like to use for my songs. It’s a preference thing I guess. I love
The New Pornographers are a unique blend of big personalities and even bigger musical talent. Despite logic, the star-stacked group consistently makes catchy, chorus-heavy pop-rock tunes to please the indie masses. They have just released their fifth album, “Together,” which means that they are currently touring, so now is your chance to see them live!
Last Friday, I saw the California Guitar Trio at The Coach House in San Juan Capistrano, and it was a great show. I first became aware of this group when I was working at The McDonald Theatre in Eugene. CGT, Neko Case, Public Enemy, and The Decemberists are the acts that won me over with