East Coast, meet Nicki Bluhm. This San Franciscan has seven music-making years under her belt (five with the Gramblers, her current band made up of hubby Tim Bluhm, longtime pal and guitarist Deren Ney, bassist Steve Adams, rhythm guitarist Dave Mulligan, and drummer Mike Curry); two albums, with another on the way; and even a Gap campaign alongside fellow Jammers the Avett Brothers.
Pick apart their retro sound and you’ll find some so
It's difficult to categorize Rubblebucket — which could be, quite honestly, one of the band's charms. A little bit indie-pop, some reggae-inspired rock, a healthy dose of dance, and a side of horns to balance the synth make this eight-piece group classically quirky. It's like they're the musical equivalent of the braceface who gets the lead's sid
Mountain Jam newcomers The Revivalists, with their N’Awlins roots, churn out the kind of funky rock that’s hip enough to get you moving, but so loaded with soul you can’t help but ease back and let the weight of the music roll over you.
Frontman David Shaw delivers his lyrics in such a way that, eyes closed, you’d swea
Swear and Shake — whose founding members Adam McHeffey (banjo, vocals) and Poughkeepsie native Kari Spieler (guitar, vocals) met at SUNY Purchase just a few years ago — may only have one full album (Maple Ridge, 2012) under their figurative belts, but to call them newbies would be a mistake.
Based in Brooklyn with an indie-folk sound, the band is surprisingly accomplished considering
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