Monthly archive June, 2011
Life is My Soundtrack - Remixes Vol. 01

Life is My Soundtrack – Remixes Vol. 01

Minor Disclaimer:  I don’t consider myself an ambient buff, though I thoroughly enjoy the genre in the right context.  This context is usually defined by long periods of time in which I purposefully allow my mind to relax.  Some might call meditation, I call it Mark time.  Doesn’t happen often, but man-oh-man.  When it does,...
Amy Seeley - Plum Coulee

Amy Seeley – Plum Coulee

I wander this town best I can on my own two feet. I recently had the pleasure of interviewing singer/songwriter Amy Seeley on her thoughtfully arranged and skillfully performed full length – Plum Coulee. I won’t skimp on the details, as the story and setting behind the album impart a unique dimension on the music. ...
Soehngen - How Do You Do?

Soehngen – How Do You Do?

A few months ago, I featured the Down in the Forest EP – a short collection of songs composed by two German musicians of entirely different backgrounds. While the four tracks featured colorful pop elements juxtaposed against a backdrop of downtempo electronic beats, they left me with a lust for more.  I wanted a taste...
Album Preview - Kg and the Storytellers

Album Preview – Kg and the Storytellers

I recently sat down with Kevin Main, the mastermind behind Kg and the Storytellers, to preview his most recent brainchild Inner Voices.  In November 2009, the Rhode Island native cobbled together a talented group of musicians to help him realize his vision of releasing a full length studio album.  Now, 18 months after the journey...
Birds and Batteries - Panorama

Birds and Batteries – Panorama

“…and now it’s time for you to let go, of everything you used to know.” While Birds and Batteries haven’t quite shattered the limits of jam-rock with Panorama, they’ve certainly crafted an unforgettable take on the genre. Panorama is an album with character.  Each of the nine tracks is saturated with life and delivered without...