from The Sacred Heart Sessions Team Love Records, 2015 God I love being smart. Using words they taught me in SAT prep. Connecting dots you’d never think to. Making statements so hard to understand that they couldn’t possibly be meaningless. My brain is a Great Dane puppy. It needs room to run, or it will go […]Read more "Stuck In My Head #18: The Lowest Pair “Rosie”"
by Noah Kucij Call it acoustic roots-rock or slowgrass or modern folk, but the music of Gillian Welch (pronounced like the gills on a fish, as she sometimes tells audiences in a conspiratorial stage whisper) is less interesting to classify than it is to hear. She’s better known for the traditional elements of her sound […]Read more "Top 5 Gillian Welch Songs"
Elliot Liebman is back on the show to talk about Many Voices’ new album, Paper Tapes. Download Podcast Here Stream Podcast Here Download in iTunes Stitcher Bandcamp- https://manyvoices.bandcamp.com/ Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/ManyVoicesBand Twitter- @ManyVoicesBand Instagram- @manyvoicesbandRead more "Old School Record Review #46- Many Voices: Paper Tapes"
This week on Old School record Review, The Invisible World Skyped into the show to talk about their EP, Welcome to the Invisible World. Please support them in their fundraising efforts to get them to music week in Austin, Texas later this month. Download Podcast Here Stream Podcast Here Download in iTunes Stitcher The Invisible […]Read more "Old School Record Review #35- The Invisible World"
This week on Old School Record Review, Elliot Liebman of Many Voices got together with Dave to discuss their album, Mountains and Other Faraway Things. A concept album, Mountains is a classic coming of age story told through music. If you like tasteful instrumentation and lush vocal harmonies, give Many Voices a listen. The album […]Read more "Old School Record Review #26 – Many Voices"
I was running some errands last Saturday morning while listening to an all-acoustic program on local radio and a song came on that I remembered from a few years ago, but never gave much consideration. I must have relegated it to the pile of over-earnest folk-rock songs that saturate coffeehouse open mics like fedora-donned white […]Read more "Stuck in My Head #1- Fistful of Mercy"