Louisville, I was thinking the other day about how we used to be cool. We used to have all kinds of kick-ass shows. Crain, Shovel, Evergreen … man. Those were the times, huh?
There’s something comforting about a new Slayer disc. You know there won’t be anything unwanted.
Simply put, C+ is the band Louisville has been waiting for.
Adrianne Archie has one of the finest voices in the city.
No matter how many projects you attempt, you are an oaf compared to pianist Robert Glasper and drummer Chris “Daddy” Dave.
Dirty Sheets marks the eighth installment of Gear Fab Records’ Louisville Music Series. The band features members of The Oxfords and legendary Blues Proje
The Gnawa are Moroccans, descendents of slaves who were among the earliest disciples of Islam.
The inspired and prolific John Darnielle leads his loose band (often it’s just voice and either acoustic guitar or piano) through a dozen songs titled after biblical verses.
While I can play a little guitar, I am not a musician by any stretch of the imagination. Songwriter, maybe. Musician, absolutely not.
The Elms sound like Big & Rich attempting John Fogerty. Distortion and excessive soloing seem to be included as a failed attempt to make up for pedestrian lyricism.