A lot of people probably didn't want to get out of bed yesterday, let alone go see live music but Ezra Furman, whose music can be bare-nerve emotional, optimistic, funny and cathartic (often within one song), was certainly an ideal post-Election-Day option.
You may or may not be in the mood to see music on Wednesday (11/9) but no matter how the election turns out, a good option would be Ezra Furman whose music can be bare-nerve emotional, optimistic, funny and cathartic (often within one song)
London quartet The Big Moon, led by Juliette Jackson, make bouncy, wide-eyed, occasionally jazzy guitar pop. The band made a splash in the UK with their debut single "Sucker" and recently released a new one, "Nothing Without You...
Lo-fi folk lifer Elephant Micah (aka Joseph O'Connell) released his newest album Where In Our Woods earlier this year on Western Vinyl, and today we're premiering the video for an alternate version of its song "Demise of the Bible Bi...
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