A Passing Afternoon

Katie Evans
A Passing Afternoon
No label


Katie Evans has a new debut release titled A Passing Afternoon. Each of the 12 tracks is more than just basic alternative folk platforms in the space of under four minutes. Read More...

Egyptland

Ted Hefko & The Thousandaires
Egyptland
Onager


Although a sizable chunk of the album was recorded in Austin, Texas, Egyptland’s spiritual home is in New Orleans, soaking up the unique musical influences there. Read More...

Waitin’ On Sunday

Amanda Pearcy
Waitin’ On Sunday
Buddy Jake Records


Amanda Pearcy’s background has provided her with rich material for her songs; reared in an alcoholic home, losing her parents simultaneously, becoming a young widow, and almost facing death. Read More...

Lost Sessions

Mouse & the Traps
Lost Sessions
Rodent Records


Before punk music erupted in the 1970s, the seeds were planted by the raw garage rock bands of the ‘60s such as the Kingsmen, the Sonics and the Wailers (the latter of 1959’s “Tall Cool One” fame). In Texas, Mouse & the Traps was one such band. Read More...

Graffiti Soul

Simple Minds
Graffiti Soul
Decca


Following the success of their 1985 classic hit, “Don’t You Forget about Me,” Scotland natives the Simple Minds have been roughing the music terrain ever since. The pop-rock quartet has sustained a 30-year music run with a slew of chart-topping hits in the U.S. and in the U.K. Read More...

Bach: Partitas 1, 5 & 6

Murray Perahia
Bach: Partitas 1, 5 & 6
Sony Music Entertainment


Since the late 1990s, the artistically insightful Grammy-winning conductor/pianist Murray Perahia has forged a solid reputation with his interpretations of works by the timeless classical music performer Johann Sebastian Bach, a leading Baroque organist and composer that Perahia is ardently passionate about. Read More...