“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.
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It’s not often that you get to take time out of a music legend’s day – particularly Steve Bailey of six string fretless bass fame. You wonder what questions you could ask the musician that musicians after him should strive to become. He has lead a successful career, collaborated and performed with a musicians you’d be starstruck by, and even into his fifties he has been fortunate enough to know only the title of “bassist” and “musician” for the entirety of his professional career.
Facebook | Twitter | Website/Bandcamp Laboring over his latest album, “DFD,” for the past year to the point of “want[ing] out,” Dumbfoundead has come far from the days of battling and scribbling lyrics with dreams to make music more than just a lifestyle. Years of grinding before technology, could have been thrown out the [...]
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Facebook | Twitter | Soundcloud | Spotify | Website With lifestyle complexities and technological advances that pull us away from life’s simple pleasures, the three piece band, Turn off Your Television, has a rather simple message: “Don’t get stuck in modern society.” It’s not often I’m convinced that living in pure mediocrity is [...]
Facebook | Twitter | Blog | Website Far from directionless nor aimless, bands, with the driving force of the Internet’s powerful members and the fruits of opportunity that it has to bear, are fostering the growth of larger and larger, for a lack of a better word, “cahones.” In a musician’s utopia, the [...]
Facebook | Twitter | Soundcloud | Myspace | Blog Bob Dylan’s frustrations directed at Edie Sedgwick in the iconic song, “Like a Rollingstone,” brings to light the turmoils and desperation of a life of high society, which in this particular case implies the downward spiral of the actress thanks to promiscuous, albeit [...]