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Once you hear this live performance, many of you will say “where in the hell has Shelby Earl been all my life?” It’s a performance that demands multiple listenings due to the meaning of the lyrics and the emotion of the performance from her and her band, recorded live at KEXP 90.3 FM in Seattle, where she now resides.
Her bio says she spent time between Olympia, Washington and Los Angeles, and that alone is deserving of a discussion or two. Two cities, one being the capitol of Washington State, with two completely different dynamics. Yet if you are aware of those dynamics, perhaps it’s fitting that Earl chose to reside in Seattle, and those dynamics is what I feel will pull the heartstrings and keep people wanting to hear her, and become long term fans.
You can hear more from the Soundcloud player below. Her album Burn The Boats (Local 638) was released this past March, but will be re-released with a bigger promotional boost (and an extra song) on November 1st. If you wish to buy the original CD pressing from March, click the Amazon box below on the far right or click here.
The first time I had seen this video, I asked myself “how come she has scabies?” Then I thought “maybe she just walked out of Chuck E. Cheese’s and someone pushed her face in a birthday cake.”
Regardless of who decided to make her face look like this, Reema Major is a better rapper than a beautician, and she’s getting the support from Rick Ro$$. But you know what? Forget her image in this video, forget the support she has in the video, if Reema is able to break it through with her style of rhyming, she could go places, but hopefully she will become a part of a movement of women who will do this as a community, and not just “every woman for herself, because I want to make people jealous of what I do.” She could become her own movement, but whether or not everyone agrees with her means of that movement depends on her. Make it happen, Reema.
For Kimya Dawson‘s new video, all she did was go into her living room to hang out with her daughter and have some playtime. This is the result, a song called “Driving Driving Driving”, and it’s a cute video too. If you like the song, you’re able to download it free of charge by clicking here. Go ahead.
The song is a slice of what will be on Dawson’s forthcoming album, Thunder Thighs, due out next week Tuesday (October 18th).
Gainesville, Florida is the home of Wavelets, but their hometown will no longer be calling the band their best kept secret, as they’ve just released their debut album on Tiny Engines. The 9-song album is a nice display of punk-happy pop (or pop-happy punk, flip it anyway you want), and it’s really good, the kind that you’ll want to tell everyone about (as I’m doing here).
The album will be released on vinyl, and all pre-orders come with an instant MP3 download (if you’re into such things). Only 500 copies are being pressed (75 on clear vinyl, 150 on transparent red, 275 on black) and the first 50 orders will come with a limited-edition, hand-screened print with exclusive artwork by Wavelets’ drummer Lee Kraft. All pre-orders will be entered to win a test pressing of the LP.
The single LP will be out on November 29th, you can pre-order your copy (or 7) by clicking here. For the digital fiends, you’re able to buy it through Bandcamp, so do so.
Need more of an initiative? The band has made everything they’ve recorded before this album available for free. Click to their official blog and see how you can do so.
When I watched this video, I loved how it had that old school home movie feel. That might be due to them using 8mm cameras or simply using filters to give it that texture (in truth, the video was shot using an iPhone). As I listened, my first instinct was to compare her to Joss Stone. Then I thought “well, if Jennifer Hudson rocked in the same way Dawn Robinson has been known to do, she would sound like this.” The lady in the video hitchhikes on a modified Volkswagen bus and ends up in an open field, and then I thought “oh, Lenny Kravitz‘s “Let Love Rule”, right?”
She could be all of these things and more. The “she” in question is Mayaeni (“mah-yay-nee”), a self-proclaimed “bohemian hippy” who may be new to you but she has been around for the last few years recording music. She has been hard at work, and recently had one of her songs used in a recent episode of this season’s Hawai’i Five-O. Keep an ear and eye out for her.
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Discovered this book review blog when someone had posted a review of a music book. Went through it and saw a number of books I immediately put on my want list. Created by Maria Popova and features a number of contributors.
Cool slew of goodies from books and diaries to T-shirts, bags and soaps. Now based in Portland.
The show is no more, but you may explore the archives of this great Portland-based podcast while you can. You may now listen to Cort & Bobby in Welcome To That Whole Thing, listed below.