Today’s mainstream pop typically consists of a dozen co-writers for predictable songwriting and unnaturally overproduced crap music, but Lady Lamb is proving to be an exception to that rotten rule.
She bravely fronts her band, wields a bass, and sings her guts out.
The '80s may have been a while ago, but A Sunny Day in Glasgow are giving today's generation the scope of shoegaze they thought they would never see live.
If she’s referenced at all, Thompson is often referred to briefly and without explanation—even though the murder of those cops in Brooklyn started at her place.
One less-obvious thread of the Jeff Tweedy narrative that too easily gets glossed over sometimes is that fact that he's a funny guy. Hilarious, even.
Brooklyn DIY multi-instrumentalists Arone Dyer and Aron Sanchez are gearing up for their third full-length, but being such a musical tour de force, the path to get there is more crooked than ever.