Tag: Little Hurricane
November 19, 2022
Nothing like a good news story to sorta, kinda, maybe drop a hint that a former Indie Vision Music band “might” get back together and “might” celebrate 20 years of “Traffic” next year. There has to be some interest out there so let your voices be heard loud and clear. Do you want to see ALL of their pre-Indie Vision Music, 2003 Indie Vision Music, post-Indie Vision Music, and all the fun unreleased stuff in between, finally get posted up on digital networks? There have been a lot of songs here and there that dropped on the Indie Vision Music website over the years dating back 2005 when the store/label morphed into a webzine.… Continued →
May 26, 2019
March 23, 2017
March 9, 2017
I am a personal fan of the music from this So Cal. dirty blues duo named Little Hurricane. I’ve been promoting their music since the very beginning when I found out Anthony Catalano (Ex-Next in Line) began a new project. You may not appreciate the fondness I have for this group nor agree with me that they are one of finest most cutting edge indie artists in their genre. One thing is for certain I’m a sucker for a good hook in song and I feel that these two make beautiful music that anyone can enjoy.… Continued →
November 20, 2016
San Diego, CA. alt-blues act Little Hurricane, have signed with Mascot Label Group. The label along with the band’s own imprint, Death Valley Records will release the band’s new album in early 2017. This will be the band’s 3rd full length effort following both “Homewrecker” and “Gold Fever”. Little Hurricane features Anthony “Tone” Catalano (Lead vocals,guitar) and Celeste “CC” Spina (Drums, BGV). I worked with Anthony a bit last decade in the early 00’s when his former band Next in Line was signed to Indie Vision Music.… Continued →
April 23, 2014
September 20, 2013
A review of the world's favorite Christian, alternative rock, surfer-filled, San Diego-native, movie-makin', grizzly-vocalized band known as Switchfoot.
April 15, 2011
Read a short interview with Anthony Catalano of the blues duo, Little Hurricane.