This could be Screamin’ Jay lost without a Cajun swamp to hide in.
There’s a point to be proven, you understand. Nothing personal, it’s just business.
Know your enemies. It isn’t No Age. They’re one of the good guys.
You really need to e-mail me as soon as possible. This could get ugly.
Collapse Board’s Ben Green speaks to You Am I’s Andy Kent about the band’s past and its claim on the present.
What would Craig Montgomery say?
After five listens, I’m still not sure this music even exists. It’s that ephemeral, a shimmery mirage that’s every bit as substantial, every bit as nourishing, and every bit as empty, as the image suggests.
It’s a thin between sounding authentic and sounding like you’re writing the music for a future Levi’s advert.
By Cheri Amour In her hazy days of, what one can only imagine was, singing into the mirror with comb to lips, LA singer songwriter Kristen Gundred (nom de plume Dee Dee) made a vow to only work with female musicians (no doubt, built up by her wide-eyed admiration for institutional girl bands like that […]