“Black Kite,” the debut album under Karate Body Records of Kentucky based band, Silver Tongues, was an ambitious project for the five piece outfit comprised of the Cronin brothers and friends. Including Silver Tongues, was a collaboration of friends and family who lent a hand or voice to make the debut a reality.
Posted in Interviews, Silver Tongues Also tagged Bandcamp, Black Kite, Brian Cronin, David Cronin, Jacob Heustis, James Hewett, Karate Body Records, Michael Campbell, Musebox, musefy, Musician interview, Silver Tongues
Facebook | Twitter | Youtube | Soundcloud | Website Smokey Robotic is a rambunctious, yet calculatingly meticulous group, poised to take over the world with their appearance of flamboyant fanaticisms and their flagrant rejection of what’s conventional. There is an evident posture, not of arrogance but rather one of confidence, that sets the four [...]
Myspace | Facebook | Twitter | Website Funding is and always will be an issue for the independent musicians without the backing of the top music labels. Even then, the glitz and glamor are far from the reality depicted by the tabloids and music videos. My interview with Will Runzel is a testament to [...]
Myspace | Facebook | Twitter Allowing the Brooklyn based four piece outfit, Jangula, into your life is like having a hush-hush tryst with the well mannered gorgeous date that you’re antsy to spring onto your mother. The cool peppered instrumentals and sprangs of metallic make a compelling statement for the post-punk Franz Ferdinand, infused with [...]
Happy Friday the 13th! If you’ve seen an alien, felt the presence of a ghost or witnessed the Lockness monster, let us know on Twitter. We like the creepy crawlies. In the meantime, check out the top five tracks and/or artists and happenings on our radar this past week. Happy listening! Beats Antique In [...]
Posted in Alex Winston, Beats Antique, Conveyor, KahBang Festival, Musebox of Toys, ¡Oye! Also tagged Alex Winston, Beats Antique, Conveyor, KahBang Festival, Musebox, Musebox of Toys, musefy, ¡Oye!
Myspace | Facebook | Twitter | Bandcamp | Tumblr It takes a five piece Brooklyn band like Milagres to turn heads for all the right reasons. The quintet of Kyle Wilson, Fraser McCulloch, Eric Schwortz, Chris Brazee and Steve Leventhal shun the notion of mimicry. They first tell me that “Milagres is Milagres.” But, their claim [...]
Posted in Interviews, Milagres Also tagged Brooklyn, Chris Brazee, Eric Schwortz, Fraser McCulloch, Interview, Kyle Wilson, Milagres, Musebox, musefy, Steve Leventhal