The Fleeting Ends play stripped down, funky tunes that evoke the snap of McCartney, the crackle of Stefani and the pop of Timberlake.
Have you heard the latest from DZ Deathrays, Hookworms, James Hunter Six, Simple Minds, and Pearl Charles?
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A perfect Five Whistle album is pretty special. It’s an “event” album; a work of musical art that will stay with us for a long time.
When Connie de Nave started working “in the publicity department” at ABC in 1955, rock n’ roll music was becoming a mainstream, teenage-cultural phenomenon.
Are you getting together with friends, relatives, strangers in raincoats over the next couple of days? Turn this on, and bask in the warm glow of their admiration over just how damn cool you are.
Dearest Everybody is a great add to your music collection – poppy, but poignant, like a candy cane in a cup of hot cocoa, a perfect pick-me-up on a winter day.