The young woman stared back at me from the black-and-white photo on her website.
John King’s tenure as the sultan of Louisville love songs has sadly come to an end.
What Jet Black Orchid seems so apt to channel is that kind of easy rock vibe found in The Black Crowes’ music.
The newest and perhaps last from Pink Floyd, the largely instrumental “Endless River,” is a retread of their previous material and is not bad by any measure — it just lacks soul.
There is an undeniable ‘80s veneer that envelops everything with “Smoke To This,” a retrospective collection of tracks from Louisville electro-indie act Jacuzzi.
Howell Dawdy plays like the spiritual heir of early-’90s-era Beck, like an eternal loop of the manically insane “Stereopathetic Soul Manure” filtered through the hip-hop-flavored
Electronic music has grown up.
With his plaintive vocals and coffeehouse-friendly acoustic backdrops, it’d be tempting to think of Ben Purdom as just another earnest Louisville singer-songwriter.