Thursday, May 03, 2007

How many new bands came in?

How many bands disappeard and how many new bands came in? It looks the way is endless. Always be happy to find these new bands and let more people know them.

Going to http://www.emusic.com to buy these three new releases.


Pela is an American rock & roll band. At a time when the word ‘America’ has never been more fraught with meaning, songs that speak to our basic feelings and emotions about life could never be more resonant. Lost amongst all the geo-political tumult are the stories of every day America; the aches and pains and the beautiful possibilities. Yet amidst this turmoil and uncertainty, new stories are being written and told by a new generation of American bands. Pela is clearly one of those voices...


A man named Padraic Halpin says this about GoodBooks: Melody can be a dangerous thing, according to GoodBooks. But while catchy tunes may never be cool, once pop music is imaginative, it rarely ceases to inspire and affect any listening ears. When GoodBooks try to convey this formula, they tend to repeat Hot Chip's rather simple ethos- "we love the idea of 'pop' music but not the people who make 'pop' music now."...


All This Could Kill You, the debut LP from husband-and-wife/mother-and-father team Ben + Vesper, is rooted in the profound minutiae of life with children: These are American folk songs, about feeding kids on a bloated credit card, remembering caustic childhood taunts, putting books to sleep, daughters, shoddy report cards, a square meal and a round of drinks. Ben + Vesper's jangly weave of guitar, accordion, organ, piano, and drums might be richer and bigger than their acoustic guitar-and-campfire predecessors, but these are songs for everyperson, tough, frank, and, miraculously, never the least bit precious...
Listen songs online at: http://www.myspace.com/benandvesper

1 comment:

people are leaving said...

Is the link for PELA available ? Sounds great ! Again, you have an awesome site. Keep up the good work...and BIG THANKS>