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January 14, 2010
Over the course of the last 3 years, Junior League Band has been spreading the gospel of bluegrass-inspired folk rock all over the country. But not to be pigeon-holed, their sound manages to incorporate a wider range of styles, taking into account each of the band members backgrounds and influences.
January 5, 2010
On Saturday night at the Rock and Roll Hotel, Stewart Lupton — the Icarus of D.C. rock mythology — took a look back at his career thus far, and said it was good. Then he resolved to keep pushing forward as a musician and poet, and as Lex Paulson began chiming in with a familiar tune from his Wurlitzer, Lupton began singing “We Gamble With Our Lives,” whose introductory lyrics reference Marion Barry’s infamous hotel room sting.
January 4, 2010
Fronted by Ryan McLaughlin, Typefighter’s indie-folk pop ranges from slight and sparse, with vocals backed only by toy instruments or autoharp, to a full sea of sound when the rest of the band joins in — guitarist Erik Anderson, bassist John Crum, Kevin Moquin on guitar and banjo, Will Waikart on drums, and Mary Voutsas on piano and vocals.
December 7, 2009
If you were to wake up in an underwater dream, you might find that it’s scored by Tickley Feather. While lo-fi has run the range of necessity due to limited resources, to a conscious and fashionable aesthetic, Annie Sachs has stayed the course with her Tickley Feather project, driving the music through yesterday’s technology in order to preserve a certain intimacy and texture.