HUNGRY FOR LIFE Entertainment, Fun, CD Sale for a Cause
Thursday night, December 20th at Camody's Pub there will be entertainment with the hopes of selling the CD, Christmas By The Lake. Each year this CD is sold to raise money for Northern Light... Posted on 12/19/12 at 6:44 AM
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Superior Musican, James Moors and his Irish Friend, Kort McCumber have $523.00 left to raise (in less than11 hours)through Kickstarter to fund their new CD called Gravity. The goal was to raise $7500.... Posted on 4/6/12 at 7:04 AM
It’s a veritable hip-hop blowout, with Brother Ali’s “Us,” Eyedea & Abilities’ “By the Throat,” Anti-Pop Consortium’s “Flourescent Black,” BK-One and Benzilla’s “Radio do Canibal,” A-Trak’s “Infinity+1” and “Hesitation Wounds,” the latest from Oldominion’s Sleep, all getting the Matthew R. Perrine treatment.
Rachael Kilgour's debut album focuses on the fabric of life in the interactions between three women: A mother, her partner and their child. It may not be Rockwellian, but where there’s love between people, it’s a home and a family.
Each September, Beaner’s Central puts together a vibrant week of “live” music that amounts to their own little action-packed “Beanerpalooza.” Four or five months later, kind of like magic, out pops a compilation with some of the highlights from that period.
The title of the brand-new disc from Cool Disposition is “Jumping in the Mudd,” a clear reference to the group’s collective love of the music of Muddy Waters. But, as it careens through my speakers, it seems that Muddy is really one step removed and that the direct inspiration is the legendary Fabulous Thunderbirds and their classic late ’60s and early ’70s albums that spread the blues gospel to a whole new generation.
There’s a grittiness to Jack Knife and the Sharps that goes clear through to the bone like a bitter wind on a frigid January morning. It’s not just the distortion from the guitar amp, it’s a feeling that pervades the overall sound, arrangements and the vocals.
It's a hip-hop record review blowout: Kritical Kontact's ready-for-the-primetime "Evolution of Revolution"; Jake One's Rhymesayers debut, "White Van Music"; and one of the latest Doomtree records, Cecil Otter's "Rebel Yellow."
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