acoustic folk

Tomberlin to release new EP “Projections” on October 16th 2020

Tomberlin, the Los Angeles via Louisville, KY artist, has announced a new EP titled “Projections” with a Busy Philipps-directed video for its lead single “Wasted”.

The EP, which was co-produced by Alex G (Alex Giannascoli) and band-mate Sam Acchione, continues the arc of her critically acclaimed 2018 debut, “At Weddings”.

Tom Gee to release new single “Say You Do” on July 31st 2020

Today, Tom Gee announces the release of his new single “Say You Do”, which will be available on all major streaming sites from July 31st, 2020.

“Say You Do” is the first release in six years from the effortlessly brilliant Tom Gee, who has now returned to music after a break to focus on getting married and songwriting.  

“Say You Do” is an accomplished, cleverly written track which is sure to have a wide appeal and will doubtless attract attention for its sophisticated arrangement.  

Johnny Casino releases new single “I Scare Myself”

“I Scare Myself” is the latest single from Johnny Casino, out now through Golden Robot Records. It was first brought Casino’s attention by the late great Michael Wilhelm, whom he had the privilege of playing many concerts with; and even recording various songs with. Michael was in San Franciscan band from the 60’s, The Charlatans, with the late and great Dan Hicks, who wrote “I Scare Myself” for his band Dan Hicks and his Hot Licks.

Says Johnny Casino:

King Buzzo to release new studio album “Gift of Sacrifice” on May 15th 2020

King Buzzo, the iconic Melvins’ singer and guitar player, returns with his second solo album, “Gift of Sacrifice”, on May 15th, 2020, via Ipecac Recordings.

The nine-song release finds Buzz Osborne joined by longtime friend and Mr. Bungle bass player Trevor Dunn.

The collection’s first single, “Science in Modern America” can be heard now, below.

Stone Temple Pilots - Perdida

Stone Temple Pilots may have been around for what now three decades, but whereas I can’t deny their passion for their craft and a certain ability, I was hardly ever a fan of their songs with very few exceptions. Likewise, I thought that the late Scott Weiland had an interesting voice and some nice grit to it, but I hardly liked any of the many songs that he sung. Sad but true.