Category | The Artist’s Stage

LOST TREASURES – Milkwood (Ric Ocasek)

Posted on 18 April 2014

LOST TREASURES   MILKWOOD How’s The Weather By Peter Marston Here’s an entry from the Before They Were Famous file—well, maybe, before before before they were famous. Before Ric Ocasek and Ben Orr recorded what remains one of the greatest debut albums of all time with the Cars, they were in a band called Cap’n [...]

BLOODY RED BARON – March Reviews

Posted on 15 April 2014

BLOODY RED BARON March reviews by Mike Baron THE PINECONES: Ooh! (Reel Cod) Paul Linklater’s Toronto-based trio makes incandescent, luminous psychedelic rock that draws on the Yardbirds, the Hollies, the Beatles, the whole power pop panoply, sounding instantly familiar yet refreshingly new.  Ooh! detonates like a thermonuclear bomb at the corner of Sunset and Vine and doesn’t let up, [...]

IPO Interview – Hawk Bjorn

Posted on 15 April 2014

PGH is all about helping artists highlight their most recent projects, so let us all know what your latest project is – and tell us about how it come into the world. What has the initial feedback on it been like? “Life Insurance” is a collection of personal songs about life, about family and about [...]

Warm Morning Brothers – Surprise Box #130

Posted on 13 April 2014

2002, Italy, Piacenza, in the middle of nowhere, on a lazy summer day began a strange adventure called “Warm Morning“. We are two brothers, Simone and Andrea, playing music mainly based on acoustic sounds, inspired by folk and pop music of the sixties. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD: Too Far From The Stars (On a PC? RIGHT [...]

IPO Interview – Kool Stuff Katie

Posted on 12 April 2014

We would love to hear what your plans on with your next project – Are you going to a full CD, an EP or just release songs as you finish them? Release them digital only or combine physical with the digital or what? Saren Oliver (drums, vocals, synth.): The plan right now is to rock the [...]

IPO Interview – Stormy Strong

Posted on 08 April 2014

PGH is all about helping artists highlight their most recent projects, so let us all know what your latest project is – and tell us about how it come into the world. What has the initial feedback on it been like? Stormy Strong (STORMY): Hi, Stormy Strong is the name of my project, but is [...]

JANGLE ON – April

Posted on 07 April 2014

JANGLE ON!  APRIL by Eric Sorsensen Fresh jangly music has not been able to keep up with the surprisingly resilient winter weather in the mid-Atlantic.  Hence, this month’s column will address several “old friends” as well as some new discs and tunes.  Jangly music enthusiasts should check out:              In the new category is Dream [...]

LOST TREASURES – Barry Gibb

Posted on 07 April 2014

LOST TREASURES   BARRY GIBB The Kid’s No Good By Peter Marston Though the Bee Gees’ mid- and late-60s work is generally held in very high esteem by pop and psych-pop aficionados, the band’s history is not nearly as well-known as that of the Beatles, the Beach Boys, or even Badfinger or Big Star. It’s [...]

IPO Interview – Bedford Davis

Posted on 03 April 2014

PGH is all about helping artists highlight their most recent projects, so let us all know what your latest project is – and tell us about how it came into the world. What has the initial feedback on it been like? Ethan Armstrong – bass and vocals (ETHAN): Our latest EP release is “The Puzzle is [...]

IPO Interview – Too Much Saturn

Posted on 01 April 2014

PGH is all about helping artists highlight their most recent projects, so let us all know what your latest project is – and tell us about how it come into the world. What has the initial feedback on it been like? Dave Franco – Drums, Vocals (DAVE): First, thanks for the opportunity. Bruce and Not Lame [...]