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By Rebecca Marx
Have you ever craved the sort of music that leaves you feeling light, and amused? Felt a yearning for music that combines good hooks, catchy riffs and intelligent humor? I don’t mean humor like Weird Al Yankovik, more like They Might Be Giants with trombone, and hip hop elements thrown in.
Meet BPZMAG of the Duo: “Doc’s Kids”. Longtime friends BPZMAG and j.bell formed the band nearly two decades ago. In 2014, the duo released “Songs You Sing In The Shower”, a charming, poppy, hip hop influenced CD that got some attention. A little while back, I sat down with BPZMAG to talk music. [Read more…] about Interview – BPZMAG of Doc’s Kids
If you want to see local music and art, there is no better place then at the Stone Arch Bridge Festival. This year they have added some great evening concerts that start Wednesday evening.
The Stone Arch Bridge Festival features more than 50 local and regional bands, and local artists. Entertainment coordinator Stacy Schwartz does a great job setting up this event, and picking out great bands and musicians.
Here is a listing of all the musical acts and where they are playing, starting with Wednesday night! [Read more…] about Stone Arch Bridge Festival Full Music Schedule
“Hey there,” Ben Burwell and company gladly hail the unknown ear, “…How long has your entire been cold and tired? Give me your hand, we’re gonna find you fire.” This warm welcome greets the listener on “Your Thief,” the first track off of Taj Raj’s latest, Night Speech, and continues for a strong seven minutes. It’s the first of many compositions on this release that pass the five minute mark, leaving the ear well sated. So like the dedication of time lent to the creation of this release, required in return is an investment on part of the listener: to take an hour of the day to press play and let be. [Read more…] about Review/Article – Taj Raj – Night Speech