Tag: jazz

October 1, 2021

Song of the Day: Havalina Rail Co. - I Change My Clothes

Havalina Rail Co. was a delightfully quirky, eccentric, genre-fusing and genre-bending experimental band from California. Across their 10-year career (give or take), the band dabbled in folk, ska, jazz, ragtime, blues, Americana, surf, and multiple internationally-themed genres. No two albums in their canon treads the same ground, and yet each successive opus is clearly recognizable as Havalina.… Continued →

August 30, 2019

August 8, 2018

October 21, 2016

June 26, 2014

INTERVIEW : Numbers

Numbers is a difficult-to-classify band out of Seattle. They released their full length, titled Three, in March and to be honest it was an instant buy. I was totally unprepared with what this unsigned band offered musically and was immediately hooked. Check out the interview with vocalist Kyle Bishop below and get to know the band before your friends do!… Continued →

September 26, 2013

REVIEW : Dave Ian - Vintage Christmas Wonderland

Dave Ghazarian (formerly of Audio Adrenaline and Superchick) returns with his second Christmas release penned under the awesome name “David Ian” (this is awesome because it shares my name. Duh.) Beginning exactly where his last effort Vintage Christmas left off, this album acts much like an extension to the previous release.

October 2, 2012

September 8, 2009

REVIEW : Jake Hunter - The Life Project

Band: Jake Hunter Band Title: The Life Project Label: N/A Release Date: 2009 Reviewer: Jess Tracklisting:
  1. A Project Called LIfe
  2. Sweetest of Things
  3. You Ruined It All
  4. Rhythm
  5. Refuge
My boss told me a relative of his wrote music. At first I wasn’t sure what he was getting at then he proceeded to ask if I was still “active” in the music industry.… Continued →