BOBBY BARE JR'S QUICK FACTS---------------------
It has been four years since Kairos came out in 2010, and now Casey Dienel aka White Hinterland readies her newest album Baby for release on April 1st, 2014.
Old Shoe is a five-piece Americana Roots Rock band based out of Chicago, Illinois. Made up of talented songwriters from across the country, hailing from as far away as Alaska, the band's compositions paint a diverse landscape of American life.
We had the Fall Four in the studio on April 22, 2014 to talk about new music, shows, and more.
Born and raised in Cincinnati, OH, Freekbass was an only child who initially wanted to be a magician. He later developed his own obsession for cartoon superheroes and comic books, relating to the underlying themes.
Sleepyhead was formed in a basement room at NYU's Brittany Dorm in the fall of 1989 by drummer/vocalist Rachael McNally, bassist Mike Galinsky and guitarist/vocalist Chris O’Rourke. They released their first 7" single, the Kramer-produced "Play," in 1991 on Picture Book Artifact. Four full-length albums followed, on three different independent record labels. Punk Rock City USA was released by Slumberland Records in 1993, followed by Starduster (Homestead 1994), Communist Love Songs (Homestead 1996), and The Brighter Shore (Sealed Fate 1999). They toured the United States and Europe throughout the nineties, sharing the stage with such legendary bands as Polvo, Half Japanese, Yo La Tengo, The Grifters, The Dambuilders, Nation of Ulysses, Helium, Royal Trux, Antietam, Luna, Versus, The Magnetic Fields, and Dungbeetle.
New York-based Ariana & the Rose is on a mission to ‘make pop girls cool again.’ Though fully embraced by the fashion world, DiLorenzo keeps the music unquestionably on top. While attending and even loaning music to score the New York, London and Paris Fashion Week runways, DiLorenzo turned the whirlwind into a tour of her own, performing over 10 shows in the three week span.
Creepoid formed during a snow storm in December of 2009, born from boredom and cabin fever. The band consists of Sean Miller (guitar) Pete Urban IV (guitar) Anna Troxell (bass) and Patrick Troxell (drums). Their first 7", Yellow Life Giver, was self-released in April of 2010, followed by their debut full-length Horse Heaven in January of 2011 (Ian Records). After almost instantly selling out of the first pressing, No Idea Records re-released Horse Heaven in March of 2012.
decker's music is as expansive as the desert surrounding the band's home in Sedona, Arizona: a bit desolate, with shifting moods, at times sparse and eerie, while others surprisingly beautiful and comforting.
Shane Piasecki (pi-a-SEK-ee) grew up just outside of Toledo, Ohio in a small town called Liberty Center. Country roads were the norm and cornfields grew for miles. Those same roads are where he found his love for music while cruising with his father, listening to the sounds of CCR and Eric Clapton. His father realized how much he liked music and surprised Shane with a guitar when he was five years old.