January 25th, 2011 7:14am
LHB’s Shorties (Wanda Jackson, Les Jupes, and More)
The Montreal Gazette profiles the band Les Jupes.
The magically gloomy Modern Myths is an album that should push the quartet through a number of other doors. It slides contemporary folk into a lush fog of subdued prog for a sound that is as epic as it is primal and as stirring as it is sad and introverted — like Henry V’s Agincourt speech whispered beneath the blankets.
Switched profiles Bandcamp, calling the website “an indie musician’s best (and most profitable) friend.
On sale for $3.99 at Amazon MP3: The Get Up Kids’ There Are Rules album.
The Bay Bridged ponders the question, “Does indie music have a place on the radio?”