[CLOUDY GUITAR POP] On its previous EPs, the spirit of
Portland’s Genders lived on the border of Oregon and California, its
’90s-gazing guitar pop drifting from sunshine to shadow. For debut
full-length Get Los
[INDIE FOLK POP] If you think you’ll learn all there is to
know about the musicians of Fanno Creek by listening to the first few
minutes of their debut album, Monuments, you’re wrong.
Karl Welzein is America. Or, more accurately, he is ’Merica. Under the handle @Dadboner, the beer-swilling, Applebee’s-devouring, jorts-sporting son
of Grand Blanc, Mich., has cultivated a devot
When Drew Grow regained consciousness on the side of
Interstate 5, his car totaled and his leg bent at an awkward angle, he
took it as a sign. Not from above—though he’d grown up in a religiou
Haim is the world’s favorite new band. Do not resist them.
“Every day is the best surprise party ever,” says Danielle
Haim, describing the past year in the life of the band that bears her
surname. Indeed, when you’re the buzziest group in music, the
[FUNKY JAZZ] One morning 20 years ago, drummer Scott Amendola got an urgent phone call from fellow young Bay Area jazz star Charlie Hunter, who unexpectedly needed a drummer for a gig that night. The ...