My interview with Har Mar Superstar

Har Mar Superstar

Har Mar Superstar, born Sean Tillmann, is one of those people whose undeniable talent has led him on a journey through genres and unabashed theatricality. How many people can do semi-nude handstands, then belt out a soul song with complete mastery? Bye Bye 17, his last album, was filled with songwriting craft and vocal chops.… Continue reading My interview with Har Mar Superstar

Lucius releases new album Good Grief – review

Lucius - Good Grief

If you have heard of Lucius, it might have been via Matt Sharp, of Weezer past, and his incarnation as The Rentals, where they did sharp work providing vocals for Lost in Alphaville. Or it might have been Wildewoman, their debut album. Or maybe you noticed the two highly stylized look-alike women providing a unique… Continue reading Lucius releases new album Good Grief – review

Lull brings out new music – Cicada and Rainer

Felipe, Toby, Simon, and Jon from Lull

New single from Lull – “Cicada/Rainer” This North London based-band was formed in early 2014 by Jon, Toby, Filipe and Simon. Their press compares them to Smashing Pumpkins, My Bloody Valentine and Slowdive. But they are very much their own. February 29th sees the release of single “Cicada/Rainer” on Plastic Fish. Cicada starts off with… Continue reading Lull brings out new music – Cicada and Rainer

Seratones – live at Mercury Lounge, NYC

Seratones Live at Mercury Lounge, NYC Seratones blew in on a southern breeze to NYC’s Mercury Lounge. Let’s let the singer, AJ Haynes, introduce, just as she did from the stage on Houston Street: “From Shreveport, Louisiana – you can blame us for all the slush and shit.” There’s definitely a warm weather vibe from… Continue reading Seratones – live at Mercury Lounge, NYC