Monthly Archives : March 2012

Take Your Moon Shoes to Boogie Land


Maybe it’s nostalgia, but I love watching the legendary Soul Train dance line. Those guys were avant-garde trendsetting pre-hipster hipsters and utter fashion freak show train wrecks all at the same time. And now the line has a new soundtrack thanks to MoonShoes (aka Gilles Paulet). Frenchman Gilles Paulet truly is the author and finisher of this funky disco soul…

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Froglix adds “Something” from Low-Fi


Froglix adds to rotation a track from the most recent album by Low-Fi. “Something”, the first track off of What We Are Is Secret, is best defined as rock in the distinct European style…lot’s of synth and an electro beat. Grab the album off iTunes… – DMitch  

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Smooth Like Butter


A good friend of mine from Sharpsburg, MD (which is not at the end of the world but you can, in fact, see it from there) turned me on to these cats recently and all I can say is…wow.  The Golden Butter Band’s ability to flow effortlessly between rock and reggae is truly jamalicious.  As it turns out they are…

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Meet The Wheel Workers


I have a penchant for socially conscious bands. Somehow the music and lyrics let us all experience just a bit more of the human condition. From the plight of 20th Century Ireland voiced by U2’s War album and Black 47’s “James Connolly”. To The Housemartins’ “Caravan of Love” becoming an anthem for the striking coal miners of northern England and…

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