You hear her voice and you go: man! You see her photo and you go: huh? It’s a common occurrence for Merrily James, a slender girl with a gigantic voice, who could give Jill Scott a run for her money.
Zac Taylor is the antidote to indie-rock’s substantive bankruptcy. A clean-cut Georgia boy, his debut LP, Salesman is straightforward guitar-driven pop/rock.
Smith’s punchy and, at times, gritty vocal delivery finds a balance between Alanis Morissette’s confessional attitude and Ingrid Michaelson’s bubble gum charm.
If I were a music publisher, I would snatch up Alicia Lemke in a heartbeat.
Charming. Fun. Flirty. These words describe the songwriting, production, and even performances on these ten self-produced tunes.
If Sublime reunited for an unplugged show produced by Coldplay with some splatters of sequencing, you might get an idea of Michael Greenberg’s debut LP Blue.
Every band and artist on the new roster of Heavy Rotation Records sat down with BerkleeGroove.com to talk about their lives, music and dreams of success.
By Ann Driscoll
Air Traffic Controller has been packing clubs around Boston with their post-Beatles, pre-Radiohead brand of good ol’ fashion pop/rock. The brainchild of lead singer/songwriter Dave Munro (who was an actual air traffic controller in the …