POSTED // Apr 17,2014 - Truly falling in love requires opening oneself up to another person, for better or worse. And it feels like that’s what singer-songwriter Mary Tebbs is doing as she fearlessly lays bare her own complicated emotions
POSTED // Apr 17,2014 - Taking the form of the root of an ancient tree, sinking into the earth beneath the forest and slowly absorbing cool, dark water. Transforming into a beetle and climbing up the stalk of a mushroom to reach the morning sun,
POSTED // Apr 10,2014 - In Tamasheq, the language of the Tuareg people of northern Africa, the word emmaar speaks of two sides of the same coin: one nourishing, the other destroying. “Emmaar” means “what you can feel when you are very close
POSTED // Apr 3,2014 - Fans of hard music who aren’t happy unless their eardrums are completely obliterated and their speakers are blown out should snag a copy of the latest full-length from Breaux and prepare to be deaf for a week.
POSTED // Apr 3,2014 - It’s obvious when something just clicks, be it two people getting along like a house on fire, a delicious meal coming together with only a few simple ingredients or a conversation among friends
POSTED // Mar 27,2014 - As long as harmonica player, guitarist and singer-songwriter Tony Holiday has been making music, it’s always come out bluesy, without premeditation. “That’s just the way I play,” he says matter-of-factly.
POSTED // Mar 20,2014 - As I do in most crowds, I felt uncomfortably out of place waiting for Desert Noises’ outdoor show to start at Austin’s Easy Tiger Bake Shop & Beer Garden during the 2014 South by Southwest music festival.
POSTED // Mar 13,2014 - Go Suburban,Go Suburban If Go Suburban is what the Sandy quartet of the same name created on the first try—well before their first-year mark—this band is definitely one to watch. Combining