Covers. Love ’em or Hate ’em, they happen. When they happen people go freaking nuts. Period. Be it at a stadium filled with 10,000’s of people or a local show of 25, the ears perk up and tune in when a familiar sound begins vibrating through the ear canal.
Same goes for guest appearances. Whether Chester Bennington comes out and starts to sing with Chris Cornell, or Wes Dickson of Jeramiah Red joins Moonsville Collective for a tune; the feeling is new and fun.
I believe Colbie Caillat said it best: when any of the above occur and are pulled off somewhat well or epically, you “get tingles in a silly place.”
I think we all know what she means by ‘silly place,’ right? …right?
So here is Part 1 of Epic Collaborations and Covers performed by big name artists.
Continue reading 6 Epic Collaborations and Covers (For Better or For Worse) Pt. 1
With the 2014 Grammy Awards behind us, it got us thinking…
“This freaking thing sucks!”
In fact, this was our **slightly explicit** reaction:
We dig into our premise with a look at the last few years of Grammy Awards in the form of a LIST!
Continue reading 9 Reasons Why the Grammys Are A Giant Pile Of Doo-Doo… And 1 Reason Why They Are Exceptional
Whoa! Just like that The Broken Bells album “After the Disco” is streaming on Itunes!!! CLICK the link below to listen !!
The indie rock duo made up of James Mercer (Lead singer and guitarist of The Shins) and Brian Burton aka Danger Mouse will release their full length album “After the Disco” on February 4th. Since their self titled album release in 2010, the duo has only released a 4 song EP “Meyrin Fields.” We are very excited for this release.
Continue reading Broken Bells “After the Disco” streaming early on Itunes!!
A bluegrass take on the Elton John classic “Rocket Man.” These old dudes from Killen, Alabama are known for their bluegrass covers of classic popular songs. “Enter Sandman” is on that list….WHAT!? Good stuff gents.
Blue Grass hero Dave Simonett of Trampled by Turtles is slated to release a solo EP entitled Razor Pony on January 28th.
Courtesy of TheCurrent.com and Soundcloud, the Blue Grass savant is providing an early streaming of the EP before it’s scheduled release.
Filled with airy tones and honest, cerebral lyrical themes, Razor Pony is an introspective, emotional roller coaster that reveals a bold statement of truth through self deprecation that leads to actualization.
Continue reading Early Streaming of Dave Simonett’s Solo EP Razor Pony