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  • The Return of Heartless Bastards (10/1 at World Café Live)

    2021 sees the return of bluesy, folksy, garagey Americana rockers Heartless Bastards.  A Beautiful Life, their first album since 2015’s Restless Ones, drops September 10th courtesy of Sweet Unknown Records/Thirty Tigers.  This current iteration of Heartless Bastards has singer/songwriter/mainperson Erika Wennerstrom (who released her first solo record, Sweet Unknown,...
  • Bella White Talks Teendom, Touring, and Joni Mitchell (MilkBoy SHOW CANCELLED)

    *Update: Sadly, and very much at the last minute, Bella White’s show 8/26 at MilkBoy has been cancelled due to health concerns at the venue. “All of Joni Mitchell’s earliest albums are my favorite of her stuff.  She got more honest as she progressed, but a lot of emotional...
  • The Booklights Revisited… Literally!!!

    Today New York-based Americana outfit, The Booklights, release their debut EP, Into a Ball, a release that likely wouldn’t have happened, if it wasn’t for the pandemic.  “It’s so wild to be releasing an EP right now.  We recorded almost everything last summer and, for the most part, it...
  • Frances Lion Talks Linda Perry, Home, and T-Shirts and Fishnets

    Last month a new partnership between legendary songwriter and producer Linda Perry and Repost released its first single, “Home,” by British singer/songwriter Frances Lion.  The song is a bold folk anthem recorded during lockdown and inspired by Lion’s hometown of Hampshire, England.  It was produced by her own brother...
  • Kate Vargas: “Authenticity is something I’m sort of obsessed with.”

    A girl has a strange experience writing a song inspired by Newton’s 1st law on Jackson Browne’s guitar in Kid Rock’s old house…  While that sounds like the plot to a modern psychedelic exploitation film that would play as part of a midnight double-feature with Beyond the Valley of...
  • Chase Cohl, “musician, writer, designer”

    Although Chase Cohl isn’t exactly a household name, she has been in the art and entertainment industry for quite some time now and managed to put her name on numerous of its facets.  With parents in the music industry, Cohl spent much of her youth on the road with...
  • YACHT’s Claire Evans Talks #MeToo, AI, and Peeking “inside the machine.” (Tues. at JB’s)

    Although we’re not even two weeks into the year, it’s hard to be more anxiously curious about anything in music in 2020 than our favorite hyper-heady postmodern dance-punks, YACHT, being nominated for a Grammy… a twist that was more shocking than charming, but certainly both to plentiful degrees… The...
  • Thunderpussy: “It’s Rock’N’Roll for fuck’s sake.” (Saturday at MilkBoy)

    “I love it when people are skeptical about our name,” says Whitney Petty, lead guitarist of Thunderpussy. “Older women — and I just mean older than me — are like, ‘What is this music? My kids like it and it’s so vulgar,’ or ‘My kid wears their T-shirt and...
  • Meet Kyle Emerson, Tonight at B&S with Ages and Ages

    A few weeks back Denver singer/songwriter Kyle Emerson released his latest single (and accompanying music video) “May You Find Peace,” the first single from his sophomore album, the follow-up to 2017’s Dorothy Alice.  And while his debut LP fits more neatly into the traditional “singer/songwriter” box, his latest sounds...