Jamison Isaak has been releasing acclaimed music under various aliases for the past eight years, and today he is returning to his namesake for the release of neoclassical EP1 - a quiet exploration of piano and pedal steel guitar. Whether it’s ambient-leaning synthpop or quiet meditative folk songs, Isaak has created a fanbase around his compelling, melodic and atmospheric works. Heralded as “irresistible” by Pitchfork and “an enchanted tranquility” by NPR, Jamison’s spacious yet intimate releases strike a chord across genres.
Pimpgrass is an Americana blend of funk and soul fused with traditional bluegrass and country music, aka: Bluegrass with Bling, and "Tennessee Jed" has cornered the market. His album is a perfect blend of opposing genres that come together for a magnificent party that you will be glad you attended.
This morning, SiriusXM Jam On premiered across their satellite airwaves the first listen of instrumental quintet Toubab Krewe’s latest single, “Salut”. This afternoon, fans can head over to Live For Live Music to hear the exclusive digital premiere of the track online. “Salut” is the second single from the band’s forthcoming studio album release Stylo.
GRAMMY® Award-winning, acclaimed alternative rock pioneers The Smashing Pumpkins today announced the Shiny And Oh So Bright Tour, their first tour in nearly 20 years to feature founding members Billy Corgan, Jimmy Chamberlin, and James Iha. Produced by Live Nation, the 36-city tour will kick off in Glendale, AZ on July 12, 2018 and visit North American arenas throughout the summer.
This April, Aqueous will play 4 headlining tour dates throughout the Northeast with one very rare 2-night stint among them. The newly announced dates include 2 nights at Flour City in Rochester, NY on April 13th & 14th, a night at King's Rook Club in Erie, PA on April 20th and a play at The Haunt in Ithaca, NY.
This past Sunday, Ireland’s multi-platinum-selling band The Coronas stopped by the Bowery Ballroom in New York City to play their largest show to-date in the United States. The show was a part of the band’s North America tour for Trust the Wire, their fifth album since they released their first album in 2007. Almost immediately upon its release in June of 2017, Trust the Wire topped the Irish music charts, becoming the band’s first #1 album.
Ten days in a studio in Portland was all it took for Fruition to record their new album Watching It All Fall All Fall Apart, and the passion that drove them to get this album out in such a compact timeframe shows in every track. In the modern Bluegrass band’s fifth studio album, they focus on the theme of heartbreak, and their experience of moving on after the end of meaningful relationships. Instead of just focusing on the hurt, this album focuses on every emotion attached to a breakup; fear, anger, regret, and
I ask for a lot. Usually, when it comes to music, all I do is ask. “Can we afford a Phish festival this year?”, “Can we take the kids to this show?” and most importantly “Mike, can you get me into this show?” For those of you reading this after its won the Pulitzer and was picked up by the AP, let me set the stage. Mike Moran is the owner, founder, and editor of gratefulweb.com. It’s his pull that gets me into the shows. Our relationship is based solely on me asking and him obliging. But once in a great while, he does ask me to cover a show.