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New Album Sneak Peek: New White Trash “Age of Authority”

Posted 02 Jun 2013 in Prog-Rock, Rock + Roll
New White Trash "Age of Authority"

  New White Trash has an album coming out in July 2013 ~ “Age of Authority“. We are still collecting our info for a full post. But, you can hear a few songs tonight on the Lifeboat Hour, 9pm Eastern on the Progressive Radio Network, hosted Michael C. Ruppert. Check out the show!   Until then here’s a taste… Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post

History of the Eagles on Showtime

Posted 10 Feb 2013 in 70s, Music + TV News, Rock + Roll

History Of The Eagles – The Story Of An American Band from Eagles on Vimeo. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post

Alexi Murdoch ‘Time Without Consequence’

  Today’s Cool Album of the Day (#787 in the Series) is Alexi Murdoch, Time Without Consequence. Alexi Murdoch is a perfect example of the new paradigm music industry success story. He released a self produced EP Four Songs in 2002 on, sold over 50,000 via download (CDbaby’s all time best seller) and started his own record label, Zero Summer. Time Without Consequence, released in 2006, is his first full album and includes three of the Four Songs from his start up EP. He’s been able to achieve international acclaim while turning down numerous offers from major record labels. Alexi’s voice is reminiscent of Nick Drake. He has the kind of control of his acoustic guitar that reminds me...

Rejyna “Solo Sojourn Live”

As composer, guitarist and vocalist for the band Citadel, Rejyna’s sonic work ranges from searing to serene.  Her lyrics and vocals present phonic ponderings and philosophical premises that contemplate dreams and inner intuition as the source for true peace and happiness.  Rejyna often strays from standard song structure, such as using silence as a chorus, or putting two or three short songs into one interwoven full-length piece, straying from 4/4 whenever a chance presents.  The harmonic interplay and moods are intended to match lyrics and guitar phrasings to the message of the song. Taking time to return to her hometown for some overdue reunions presented Rejyna the opportunity to play some solo acoustic sets.  She put together a set...

New White Trash “Doublewide”

Posted 11 Jan 2011 in Alt-Rock, Music + TV News

We have been following a Cool New Studio, Venice Arts Club and we are thrilled to announce the release of their latest album: New White Trash Doublewide. This album boasts 37 songs of alternative indy rock. Check out our post Cool Studio: Venice Arts Club to read more about the folks behind this album. In the mean time you can hear and purchase the whole album below or from their web site Credits All songs Written, Arranged and Performed by the NEW WHITE TRASH. Produced by Doug Lewis Recorded @ Venice Arts Club, Venice, CA. Additional Production – Andy Kravitz Additional Recording @ A2K Studios, Collingswood, NJ. Mastered by Bob Rice, Culver City, CA Play List Direct From...

Cool Studio: Venice Arts Club

Posted 29 Dec 2010 in Music + TV News

Through a friend (tangodog da void) I met Doug Lewis, the driving force behind Venice Arts Club Records. Like most of us, Doug is confronted by a struggle against a corporate machine controlled by a select few who seem hell bent on dehumanizing us in exchange for profit. On top of that he’s been living with cancer for years. A natural reaction to all this would be for him to resign himself to a life of hiding and hording. Instead, Doug provides a place for artists to have a voice against the machine – his studio, his home….his life – the VAC. The VAC is a studio in Venice, CA that “produces and promotes local music and community art.”...

Jon Anderson ‘Olias of Sunhillow’

Today's Cool Album of the Day (#230 in the series) is Jon Anderson, Olias of Sunhillow. Olias of Sunhillow is my favorite of all of the solo albums by Jon Anderson, lead singer of the progressive rock group Yes (although he's not singing with them right now, but let's not get into that). Released in June of 1976, this was Jon's first solo album. It's also the most successful of all of the solo efforts by members of 'Yes'. It reached #8 on the UK charts and made it into the top 50 in the States.