Bier Garden Girl of August
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Port Royal Export

You don’t have to travel to Honduras to have Port Royal Export! This pale lager is refreshing, especially after a bike ride by the water.

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Studio E Rocks NYC
December 22, 2009 – 10:35 PM | One Comment
Studio E Rocks NYC

Indeed, with such an eclectic way of starting a band, it should be no surprise that the band claims some diverse influences such as classic rock, 70s funk, punk, emo, blues, Brit pop, swing and even traditional Indian music, and many of these influences on Studio E’s debut album gives them an oddly familiar yet difficult to pin sound.

The Luke Mulholland Band – Further – Grade: B+
October 20, 2009 – 6:18 AM | No Comment
The Luke Mulholland Band – Further – Grade: B+

The Luke Mulholland Band’s newest release, Further, consists of catchy chorus’ that will get every foot tapping along to the beat, and melodies that will have everyone talking.

Eoin Harrington – Story – Grade A
August 31, 2009 – 9:04 AM | No Comment
Eoin Harrington – Story – Grade A

The early press about Eoin Harrington’s debut disc, Story, hawks this young talent as a consummate storyteller. Though Harrington can write a great song and deliver it with skilled pop vocals, his work really doesn’t demonstrate storytelling exactly, at least no more than any other popular songwriter.

Into the Presence, self titled, “Into the Presence” – Rating: B+
August 29, 2009 – 6:36 AM | No Comment
Into the Presence, self titled, “Into the Presence” – Rating: B+

Into the Presence’s debut will remind erudite music listeners of those great 70s albums – the songs maintain a warm, slightly grainy tone which is rare in sparkling-clean digital era.

Svn Fngrs – Black Francis – Grade B-
August 28, 2009 – 9:01 AM | No Comment
Svn Fngrs – Black Francis – Grade B-

Charles Michael Kittridge Thompson IV took the stage name Black Francis when he was the frontman for alt-rock band The Pixies. When the band broke up in 1993, he did a solo career as Frank Black,

Art “Ski” Halperin – Waves – Grade: A-
August 23, 2009 – 9:16 AM | No Comment
Art “Ski” Halperin – Waves – Grade: A-

Discovered by producer John Hammond, Sr. (who brought the world Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen, Aretha Franklin, and Bruce Springsteen), Art “Ski” Halperin recorded a ten-song disc for Hammond’s CBS Records label, the first artist to do so.

kBRANDOW’s New West Coast Sound
August 22, 2009 – 9:08 AM | No Comment
kBRANDOW’s New West Coast Sound

kBRANDOW, a new emerging San Francisco sound, has been around for a few years, but has been constantly evolving, trying to find its identity. The brainchild of Damion Gallegos, it is bending and blending a variety of genres and currently reflects the wide range of influences from its newest members.

Laura Cheadle – Live On – Grade: B+
August 16, 2009 – 9:12 AM | No Comment
Laura Cheadle – Live On – Grade: B+

Laura Cheadle’s newest release, Live On, released this spring, showcases a bright new female talent. Though she is accomplished on acoustic guitar, it is her voice that really sells this album.