Sedona, AZ-based artist, decker. has released a video for "Awake," the third single off his new full-length album, 'Born To Wake Up,' out now on Royal Potato Family. Premiered by Relix Magazine, the clip is comprised of deliberate, tight shots on the faces of people across a range of ages and races, bringing into focus the conviction of the song's refrain, "You are the one."
What album do you know that features Gary Lucas (Cap’n Beefheart), Robbie Fulks, Peter Stampfel, John Fulbright, Sarangi Celtic, and Mexican harps, tuba, theramin, dogs, horns, Mariachis, AND great songs? And what do the themes of love, Wittgenstein, Cook County jail and trapeze artistry have in common? The answer to both questions is Rich Krueger’s newest release, NOWThen.
The fourth annual Halloween Horror Camp presented by Disc Jam will be held on Saturday, October 27th in Western Massachusetts at an undisclosed summer camp nestled in the woods of Western Massachusetts. The 2018 Horror Camp lineup includes Octave Cat, (featuring members of Lotus and Dopapod), West End Blend, Space Bacon, William Thompson Funk Experiment, The New Motif, Escaper, Electro Politics, Dewpoint, Resin Ed, Lee Ross, Uncle Bob and Friends BASSBQ, and an unannounced headliner.
The second leg of A Bowie Celebration, the David Bowie Alumni tour made its way to the Majestic Ventura Theater in Ventura, California, for a 22-song marathon concert of David Bowie classics. The show featured a core band of Bowie collaborators including, keyboardist Mike Garson who was Bowie's longest and most frequent band member. Garson played on more than 20 Bowie albums and performed more than 1000 live shows with him.
It was the second to last weekend in September which meant it was also time for the 2nd annual Bourbon and Beyond Festival to come to Champions Park in Louisville, Kentucky. Unfortunately, it also accounts for unpredictable weather, as last year’s festival had relentless sun and heat. This year was the opposite, pouring rains made the grounds spongy and turned to mud very quickly. But while that was happening, it didn’t stop 25,000 people to enjoy the music that was in store for the day.
New York got a taste of Alabama soul music this week when eight-piece band St. Paul and the Broken Bones took the stage at New York’s Brooklyn Steel. After selling out two shows at one of New York’s most well-known music venues, this band did not disappoint.
The English rock band The The brought their melancholy music to Hollywood California during their first U.S. tour in 18 years, the Comeback Special Tour. The group, which was the brainchild of Matt Johnson was one of the first English post-punk rock bands to emerge from the New Wave Movement. The 57-year-old Johnson grew up in East London hanging out at The Two Puddings Pub, which his family owned. The young music lover experimented with a wide range of sounds, producing volumes of music, some of which were funneled into albums that were never released.
Formula 5 have announced additional dates on their 2018 Fall Tour. The tour stretches from the Northeast to the Rocky Mountains with a swing through the South, performing their ‘Widespread’s Dead’ set at select shows. The band will close out festival season with appearances at The Heap Music Festival (October 12) and Mustang Rock and Roast Music Festival (October 14).