The first sentence of the review speaks for itself, “If you have never heard of Sun Soul Orchestra before reading this article, prepare to hear (and read) a lot more about them from here on in!”
The husband and wife duo are gearing up for the release of their album “What Matters Most”, and already gaining some positive attention.
Read the full review here: http://annecarlini.com/ex_cd.php?id=1502
Learn more about SSO at their website http://sunsoulorchestra.com!
No surprise that even the Belgians are into Irish rockers The Shams. Music site RootsTime laid out a nice review for the band’s EP “One and All”.
Here is the translated review:
“‘The Shams’ is an alternative rock band from San Francisco, California, which in 2011 saw the light after lead singer Sean Daly, guitarist Joe Kennedy, lead guitarist Henry Moser, bassist Tommy O’Mahony and drummer and songwriter James Scragg had decided hands to store and to seek their success in the world of music together.
With the EP “One And All” join them for the first time with a record out. Six songs were put together for this release, after the band had managed to collect through the fundraising website ‘Kickstarter’ the necessary financing funds.
The sound of “The Shams” was clearly influenced by British and especially Irish rock formations such as The Pogues, “” The Cure and The Smiths’ and the reasons can be found in the fact that Joey Kennedy, Sean Daly and James Scragg all three from Ireland tribes. It is therefore mostly heard on the ‘Gaelic’-pronunciation of the English language by lead singer Sean Daly. The two other band members indeed have Irish roots from a previous generation.
There is a clear ‘speed’ in four of the six songs on “One And All”: opener “Sunset Paddy’s” boozer songs “Go On Homeboys” and “Drinks Are On Me” and punk-rock song “Sick To Death” at the end of the CD. An exception is the beautiful rock ballad “Not Bothered” and the album title track “One And All” (see video) as from the repertoire of The Pogues’ seems to have been picked, although or sung by Shane MacGowan clone or still has all his teeth.
This ep seems ideal to listen to a hearty crate of beer at the ready. You better find that everything goes much better sound and will invite them to sing irresistible as the empty bottles to be getting. Still here bear on the Irish accent. Cheers!
Don’t forget to purchase the EP on iTunes here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/one-and-all-ep/id966744550
Jessi Teich’s album, out less than a month, receives a quick but positive review from G. W. Hill at Music Street Journal.
Check out the track by track take here: http://www.musicstreetjournal.com/index_cdreviews_display.cfm?id=104886
You can also purchase the album on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/twisted-soul/id965439385
Jus’ debut EP is already earning some major props from critics.
Check out the full review here: http://annecarlini.com/ex_cd.php?id=1500
You can also listen to the track “Legacy” and pre-order the EP at thisisjus.bandcamp.com.
If you haven’t heard of NoiseTrade before, their tagline says it all. “Thousands of Albums. Completely Free. Completely Legal.” Right now, D. Edward’s album “Love Is” is not only available via the site, but it’s also atop the “New & Notable” and “Top Downloads” sections of their homepage.
Big up to D!
Also, if you haven’t seen his new music video for the song “Show Me”, view it on youtube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SjrSeGPxVgM
LA husband and wife duo known as Sun Soul Orchestra are prepping to release their new album “What Matters Most”.
Check out the press release via Broadway World Musc here:
Learn more about SSO at their website: www.sunsoulorchestra.com
In case you missed it, the video for Grammy Award winners Pacific Mambo Orchestra’s brand new single is out now! The track itself is fire, but the video hits it out of the park.
You can also purchase the single at these locations:
iTunes – http://tinyurl.com/pbxadtu
Amazon – http://tinyurl.com/mtvcybc