What's in a name? For the Spring Standards, a name means a lot. And though they spent hours and days agonizing over their own, they're still not necessarily happy with it.
The Spring Standards are really nice people; altogether too nice. In a way, they're like '50s television characters, eternally optimistic best friends, eternally high school students.
Santigold is a proud child of the '80s. Her genre-jumping songs are thoroughly modern. Yet they usually carry an '80s element, whether it's the Goth rock of Siouxsie and the Banshees or the electronic new wave of Devo or the punk rock of Bad Brains.
Twangfest 16 continued at the Duck Room Thursday night with a diverse lineup of crowd favorites.
With her enormous vocal prowess and personality, how has Kelly Hogan spent the past decade in the background?
Horse Feathers' frontman Justin Ringle pours lilt and swagger into every dark corner of the band's ornate music.
A new album from influential power-pop band the dB's is an unexpected gift from a group that has already given so much, a chapter that many thought would never be written.
Vocalist Kelly Hogan is best known for her work singing behind other artists. Namely, Neko Case. This summer she's stepping out of the shadows for the first time since her last solo album in 2001. It was worth the wait.