An amazing album titled “Mindsize” from Washington state based alternative rock band – Poor Old Lu, is getting pressed again on Vinyl and available in several different options/colors. Also on CD. The remastered deluxe edition will be available next year and you can pre-order via kickstarter right here. Continued →
Tag: Aaron Sprinkle
September 5, 2018
August 12, 2018
Aaron Sprinkle is a busy guy. Despite releasing a solo album last year and an EP for his band Blank Books he’s found time to collaborate with Jessie Villa on a pop project called Luna Wave. The first Luna Wave EP came out back in June, but now it’s time for round two with a new EP titled Chasing The Light. Continued →
June 2, 2018
Appearing out of nowhere is a new indie pop/edm project from Aaron Sprinkle and Jessie Villa called “Luna Wave”. They just released the 5 song self titled debut ep through digital networks. Get a sample of it via Spotify below. This well produced and composed little ep features 5 songs that bridge the divide between indie pop, edm, and what remains of alternative rock. If you enjoyed some of the sounds on the last Aaron Sprinkle album “Real Life”, he takes it a step further into pop territory and you’re going to be a fan. Aaron is a talented fellow and this ep is a perfect example. Enjoy!
February 13, 2018
The Sprinkle brothers are back! If you don’t know who that is, then stop reading. Go and find Poor Old Lu, The World Inside, Aaron Sprinkle, Paloma, Fair . . . I could go on but I’m using up valuable reviewing space (and I didn’t even mention the production credits)! Continued →
November 22, 2017
Blank Books a band that features world renown producer (and musician) Aaron Sprinkle and his legendary drumming/songwriter genius brother, Jesse Sprinkle, have announced their debut EP which is available digitally now and it is available on CD for pre-order right here. This is the band I told you about a few years ago and one i’ve eagerly been anticipating since Jesse shared a song stream with me quite a while ago. This band and its’ members have a quite a music pedigree so you can only expect the very best from these two. I can’t even begin to list off all the bands they’ve been in, a part of, and produced over the years. I am sure you can wiki it but I recall Poor Old Lu, Rose Blossom Punch, Solo work, Fair, Demon Hunter, Dead Poetic, Vekora, and so many more. In fact, if you have a list feel free to post it in the comments. [Thanks synnr sainte jebbeau for the news tip] Oh and listen below ;)
April 4, 2017
March 28, 2017
March 13, 2017
Check out the new electro-pop inspired track “Never Alone” off the upcoming Aaron Sprinkle full length “Real Life”. The new album hits the streets on March 24th through Tooth & Nail and I encourage you all to check it out. Continued →
February 24, 2017
Aaron Sprinkle has dropped his latest single titled “Real Life” (the title track to the upcoming record) on all digital networks. This song features Max Bemis (Say Anything), and Sherri Dupree Bemis (Eisley). He also recently shot a video for his other song “Invincible” with Elle Pucket (Poema). Continued →
February 20, 2017
It’s been ten years since Anberlin released their third record, Cities, on February 20th, 2007 through Tooth & Nail Records. Cities is widely regarded as the Florida band’s finest release and for good reason. Their first two records offered a strong start for the group and showcased an increasing realization of their potential. Continued →
February 9, 2017
As announced a few days ago, Aaron Sprinkle the alt-pop singer/songwriter, responsible for being in such bands as Poor Old Lu, Rose Blossom Punch, Fair, among many other guest appearances and appearances, will be releasing his brand new “solo” record titled “Real Life”. Continued →
February 6, 2017
Not a year goes by where we are not amazed at art the Sprinkle brothers put out. This year will be no exception as Aaron Sprinkle releases his new album on Tooth & Nail Records. Entitled “Real Life”, it endeavors to be a heartfelt bid to the past while looking forward to the future by calling out to the hopes and dreams in all of us. Continued →
December 6, 2016
October 31, 2016
December 20, 2013
Aaron Sprinkle has turned his impressive talents to a new genre: pop. Is it a good direction for him? Yes and no. He brings a high level of production quality and songwriting to the genre which I find refreshing, but while it’s musically superb and unique in his discography, the lyrics do suffer a drop in depth – or maybe I’m just not on the right wavelength.
September 30, 2013
Check out this brand new Aaron Sprinkle song, “Can’t Last Forever” off the new album “Water & Guns” available today via Tooth & Nail Records.
September 18, 2013
Check out this brand new song from Aaron Sprinkle, titled “Alright”. The song will appear on Aaron’s upcoming album “Water & Guns” due out September 30th on Tooth & Nail.
October 15, 2012
Vital is not the album we wanted, but it may be the album we never thought Anberlin could write…
March 29, 2012
Today’s Video Flashback comes from the Alt-Rock band, Poor Old Lu, which released several (awesome) albums in the early to late 90’s on Alarma Records. The band attempted a short lived come back of sorts in 2002 with their Tooth & Nail album “The Waiting Room”. The band featured brothers Aaron Sprinkle (Fair/Rose Blossom Punch/Studio Producer/Solo) and Jesse Sprinkle (has gone on to play in bands like Demon Hunter, Dead Poetic, Morellas Forest, Serene, and solo work), Nick Barber (also of Fair), and Scott Hunter. The band were true pioneers but mostly were unknown outside the confines of the underground Christian market. This song “All Pretty For the TV” appeared on the band’s “Mindsize” album (1993 Alarma Records). “Sin” and “Mindsize” were some of my first “Christian” alt-rock purchases in the early 90’s while I was in high school after discovering the “scene” (again). Such a great band.
May 4, 2011
Tooth & Nail’s latest band offers straightforward pop-rock with openly Christian lyrics. But does Hyland live up to all the hype?
January 23, 2010
Interview with Aaron Sprinkle. We discuss his past bands, his current project Fair, and his production work.