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A co-lead vocal-split between Alex and Sally lends a dynamism to the mix that feels both fresh and genuine. With mid-tempo energy and a sense of wistful retrospection, Rearview explores the power of hindsight, and taps into the sense of regret that comes with once having been young and in
The Phoenix Clubhouse has been hosting open mic events since 2015 and Organizer Christine Totten says each one has an eager, listening audience. She also says open mic hosts usually attract an audience similar to his or her music style, setting a tone for the evening, as well as warming
It’s been about three years since the last official release from Ashland-based songwriter/producer Mitchell Winters’ solo project PALMCO. In that time he has scored a record deal, toured extensively, and released his debut album with his other project, Slow Corpse. It is relatively common for artists in Winters’ position
Acoustic Soul-Pop from Canada With a warm soul-flavored melodic baritone that might remind you of Otis Redding, the open drum-feel here and the plaintive horns all point towards that ever-present symbol of a broken heart. The pain, the futility, and the cry of a shattered soul, are all welcome at
Hearing Steaksauce Mustache’s music for the first time is like biting into a steak and finding that it is so good, there is no need to wipe off the Steaksauce Mustasche before going in for another bite. Their unique brand of “chaotic rock’n’roll,” along with super fun live shows, has
JAYA (Raise) is the stage moniker of Ashland-based conscious hip-hop songwriter/rapper/producer Christian Altman. Having spent the better part of the past four years releasing singles and collaborations on his SoundCloud page, Jaya has finally delivered his first full-length album entitled Called / Or / Uncalled. The first track on
In search of rare records and tips for keeping even albums pristine, we head out to visit the region’s vintage record shops.
Justin Gordon is a singer/songwriter currently based out of Ashland. He learned to play and write songs by listening to old classics from the early 1900’s, moving on to find inspiration from more contemporary bands such as Songs: Ohia and Palace Brothers. He has released seven albums filled with his
Our new Rogue Sound columnist Josh Stirm reviews local rockers Shaky Harlots new EP. They’ve made a name for themselves in the Rogue Valley over the past year as one of the premier live rock bands, and that bring that fever to this album.
Rhumba Boogie is more than a semantic mashup. It incorporates a unique syncopation on the piano with the left-hand while the right-hand plays the melody. A style made famous by Professor Longhair and Dr. John combining some calypso, a bit of mambo and a whole lot of rhumba. “Most people