Here’s a diverse batch of tunes from Quality Control Volume 1 — download away! 7. The Human Burden by Replacire “…From the very beginning of their set, all I could see was hair. Seriously, pretty much all of the members must have had ten pounds of hair between them. Their synchronized head banging made… Continue reading Okay, We’re Not Hungover Anymore: Free Downloads of Quality Control Volume 1, Tracks 7-12
On the surface, it appears that there has never been a better time to be an independent musician than within the last decade. A crumbling, non-evolving music business model was taken hostage by Napster and then metaphorically sold to iTunes around 2002, MTV changed their programming outlook to such a point that the new… Continue reading Held Tightly In Your Hands – The CD vs. MP3 Census.
This article was over six months in the making. Allow me to explain. As is the case with many of the writers for this site, I am in a band. I wasn’t from December-February of this year and got the best birthday present ever when our drummer texted me on my birthday to ask… Continue reading Returning to the Stage
Being so close to New York, Stamford music-lovers get to enjoy a lot of great bands from “across the border.” Left in the Attic and Tied for Last are two of the many NY groups whose sound waves can’t be contained by the state line. Best friends Murphy, Crissy, and Jacks formed Left in… Continue reading Tied Up in the Bronx, er, Attic