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New Release Friday: Bronze Radio Return – Entertain You

Posted by Greg on Mar 8, 2019 in Music

EDITOR’S NOTE: This album was actually released at the end of February, but we had some hosting issues and the site was down for about two weeks. Alas, we are back online and here is a much overdue review of Bronze Radio Return’s very fun new album Entertain You.

One of our favorite bands over the past decade has been Connecticut’s Bronze Radio Return. The quartet has shifted over the years, moving from a snap-tight roots rock outfit to an air-tight synth-pop outfit. Their most recent album, Entertain You, is arguably their most commercial to date and will probably land the band many TV and film spots. Heck, their last single “Light Me Up” is still getting tons of TV play here in Florida as part of Advent Health’s latest TV commecial campaign. Read more…

 
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Thursday Under the Covers

Posted by Greg on Mar 7, 2019 in Music

We’re a sucker for a good cover (heck our favorite book of 2017 was Ray Padgett’s Cover Me), so it’s only natural we’d share two that we’re quite fond of. Read more…

 
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Le Vent du Nord’s Masterful New Album

Posted by Greg on Feb 22, 2019 in Music

Maybe we’re partial because we are fans of the violin or maybe it’s because the SITH headquarters is home to a violinist who is always playing reels and hymns. Either way, Territoires, the latest album by Quebec folk collective Le Vent du Nord is one of our favorite albums of the year. Read more…

 
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Ariana Grande Continues to Soar

Posted by Greg on Feb 18, 2019 in Music

We’ll just go out and say it now. We’re not exactly fans of Ariana Grande over here at SITH headquarters. But we acknowledge good songs when we hear one. “thank u, next” is probably one of our favorite songs of 2019 and if her album is anything like that song, we’ll probably get our hands on it before the weekend. Read more…

 
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New Release Friday: Terry Ohms’ Terryfirma

Posted by Greg on Jan 18, 2019 in Music

There’s no easy way to say this: Wes McDonald of Birmingham, AL is one odd duck. Performing under the name Terry Ohms since 2006, he has vacillated between fuzzy garage-rock and good-natured, Southern-tinged indie rock. Terryfirma (Jan. 19, 2018, Cornelius Chapel Records) is his latest release and arguably one of his best. While press notes indicate that McDonald considers Terryfirma his most fully realized Ohms record to date, it’s hard to think anything can top 2010’s What Do You Mean, What Do I Mean? . Read more…

 
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Canadian Musician Mike “Beard Guy” Taylor Passes Away

Posted by Greg on Dec 31, 2018 in Music

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A sad day in the music world. Keyboard player and multi-instrumentalist Mike “Beard Guy” Taylor of the award-winning Canadian band Walk Off The Earth has passed away from natural causes on Sunday, December 30th. Read more…

 
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Song of the Day: Izzy Escobar – “Broken Wings”

Posted by Greg on Oct 31, 2018 in Music

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We’re always sucker for a good pop song and thankfully we’ve found one today. “Broken Wings” is a polished, radio-ready smash from newcomer Izzy Escobar. Read more…

 
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The Beatles Release Video for “Glass Onion”

Posted by Greg on Oct 30, 2018 in Music

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It’s not often The Beatles release a video to the blogosphere, so when it happens, it’s worth not only posting, but celebrating. In advance of the deluxe version of the 50th anniversary of the ubiquitous The White Album, later this year, the Liverpool legends have released a fantastic new video for “Glass Onion.” Read more…

 
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Song of the Day: Mark Erelli – “By Degrees”

Posted by Greg on Oct 19, 2018 in Music

Anyone who has read this blog for a few years now should know how fondly we think of Boston singer-songwriter Mark Erelli. The man has a voice unlike few others and is arguably one of the most accomplished musicians in the country. Don’t believe us? Ask Josh Ritter. Read more…

 
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New Release Friday: The Temple Rockers – Festival of Lights

Posted by Greg on Oct 19, 2018 in Music

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With Halloween on the horizon, perhaps it’s safe to say holiday season is here. Or is it? Either way the collective known as The Temple Rockers very much believe October is the time to get started. This eccentric and off-the wall outfit have crafted a Chanukah album in the vein of reggae. If this piques your interest, read on. If it doesn’t read on anyways. After all, being bold deserves recognition. And this zany outfit is most definitely bold. Read more…

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