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My Latest Musical Fixation – Cheyenne Marie Mize

My Latest Musical Fixation – Cheyenne Marie Mize

My latest musical fixation is a young lady by the name of Cheyenne Marie Mize from Louisville, Kentucky. Cheyennes first release Before Lately is a beautiful collection of melancholy folk tunes with the occasional tinge of country and bluegrass. Her voice has an intimate breathiness sometimes reminiscent of Fiona Apple while being more reserved and classy. [...]

August 11, 2012 Marc Quigley MLMF, Reviews 0

Get Your Next Record Made – With A Little Help From Your Friends (Or Fans)

Get Your Next Record Made – With A Little Help From Your Friends (Or Fans)

Recording a record can be a costly endeavor. Finding a studio that can create a great sounding product is easier and cheaper than ever but long studio hours and hiring additional musicians can add up. This expense can stop some artists from putting out music that fans may be waiting for. Even bands with multiple [...]

May 1, 2012 Marc Quigley Music Biz, Reviews 0

Live Music Alerts On Your Phone

Live Music Alerts On Your Phone

If you love live music you should do yourself a favor and download the Bandsintown app. It’s a pretty slick app that scans your music library or Pandora and Last.fm and looks for live shows in your area by artists in your playlists. You can track specific artists or let the app suggest artists based [...]

April 22, 2012 Marc Quigley Reviews 0

11 Great Albums From 2011

11 Great Albums From 2011

Here are a few of our favorite albums from 2011… The Dears – Degeneration Street I’ve been a moderate fan of the Dears for a while but they never really grabbed me until this album. Lots of great tracks – in particular Blood really gets me going. Tiny Man is quite excellent also. Peter, Bjorn [...]

April 22, 2012 Marc Quigley In The Spotlight, Reviews 0

Band In Heaven – HoZac 7″

Band In Heaven – HoZac 7″

Properly applied, a thick layer of reverb can really set a mood. Dense, lethargic and psychedelic with a pulsating groove, like the part of a movie soundtrack where the protagonist visits an opium den and journeys to another perceptual realm. That’s the vibe of exactly half of the 4-song HoZac 7″ from The Band in [...]

April 16, 2012 Marc Quigley In The Spotlight, Reviews 0