What is NewsWhistle Music? It’s speedy album reviews for those on the go, a collection of timeless tracks and tuneful tips, the latest playlists, concert critiques and crucial questions for musicians. Here all genres are welcome – from classical to jazz, rock to indie, hip hop to EDM, punk to world hits. This is music for music people – fellow travelers who dream big, can’t sit still, and surround themselves with the latest and the greatest songs.
Texas King crafts stirring tunes (sung by the phenomenal Jordan Macdonald) and plays extraordinarily tight — performing just as good live as they do on their albums.
Describing their sound as “a little bit of old and familiar mixed with alien, fantasy and the unexpected,” Lizzie and the Makers say that famed director David Lynch and his legendary Twin Peaks TV show influenced their latest album Dear Onda Wahl.
From what we know Matt Rosa is an entrepreneur who’s pursuing his passion for music.
New York’s Nick Vivid has delivered a groovy new song called “Hush Money (Straight to the Bribe).” This tympanic tingler captures the forward motion of any great city and will have you bouncing along in no time.
*** We’ve heard a couple of songs from January Jane and can happily report that this band is not producing music for the sleepy or the solemn. Nope, January Jane is dispensing caffeinated pop that serves up a happy jolt. Thanks to Pat Via (vocals), Mitch Mitchell (guitar), and Peter Scialla (keyboards), the band’s output … Continue reading Your Drug – Six Crucial Music Questions for January Jane
Joe Rubino is a barber. Mike Marge is a teacher. Matt Legrady is an irrigation expert. And Joe Garces is a carpenter. All we can say these guys should quit their day jobs!
The first rule of Flight Club is you should talk about the band. Yeah, we know, a lot of other writers have probably said the same thing, but seriously this is a surprising find, and we’re willing to back this band on the rise.
What we have for you here is a hopeful tune about persevering and second chances. The song is called “Honey I Believe” and it’s by Chicago band Trickshooter Social Club.
Karmacoda is an award-winning indie trio from San Francisco. With their latest album, Slow Down, Melt and Catch Fire, we expect them to receive further accolades.
If you’re looking to flip a page to some new folk, you’ll happily take a shine to The Booklights.