Mixing humor with intelligent observations, Chip Muellemann’s ‘Life On Low’ is an album where the script is just as stimulating as the music.
Newcomer Jerry Woods’ phrasing and inflection, mirroring moments ranging from latter-day Beatles to Todd Rundgren, are lively and commanding.
Chad Bradford references Tom Petty, Ronnie Milsap, Elvis Costello, the Kinks, and the Rembrandts on a stirring and sensitive new song.
This makes you remember why you enjoy music in the first place.
Haunting and compelling, his music is perhaps best suited for night time.
An utterly awesome revision of Smokey Robinson’s 1970 hit single.
The John and Paul are pop-rock gourmets with impeccable taste and timing.
Decades later, Wolfe has launched a rejuvenated line-up of the Furys.
This album is driven by a victorious blend of raw energy and technical triumph.
The daughter of Carole King and the late Gerry Goffin shines on her own.