Monday, January 14, 2008

Regional Update

Over the past few days, I have had a build up of videos and special performances to share from various regional artists. I figured that I would take a few minutes and share all of them at once.



DC and Philly favorites Jukebox The Ghost recorded a lounge act for WOXY last week and the entire thing is available for download. They gave an interview and performed a set of:
"Victoria"
"Good Day"
End Of The World trilogy:
"Fire In The Sky"/"Where Are All The Scientists Now?"/"A Matter of Time"
"Hold It In"

Take a listen and be sure to check out their CD release party at Black Cat on Saturday 1/26/08. Bellman Barker and Pash round out the great lineup.

01/10/08 Lounge Act



DC's Carol Bui has a new video for "Modern Dance." The video was filmed by Max Sorensen of Let's French fame. Carol will also be opening for The Rosebuds at Rock and Roll Hotel on 1/17/08.





Last Monday, Chris went to the monthly Federal Reserve showcase at IOTA. While he was there, he took some pictures and video. You can find the pictures here and below is the video that he took of Laura Burhenn. The picture quality isn't the best, but the sound isn't bad.





Tereu Tereu has a new video for "Furwinked! (The Lion/Bear song)." You can check them out tonight at Black Cat for their first DC headlining show.





Baltimore's Celebration recorded a studio session for Prefix. They played "Heartbreak", "Wild Cats" and "Fool's Gold." Here is the video for "Heartbreak", but you can download mp3's for all of the tracks here.




Finally, the 22nd annual Wammies are under way. They are basically the local music awards for the DC area and they will be given out in February. Between now and February 4, you can vote for your favorite band as part of the "fan's favorite" award. Your vote can be cast here. This is a great opportunity to support many of the bands that have been covered on this site.

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1 Comments:

Anonymous anna said...

that laura burhenn video is lovely.

Wednesday, January 16, 2008  

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