Tuesday, July 20, 2010

News Roundup from Faronheit, Neu Futur, Consequence of Sound and more

Faronheit posts Neil Nathan's "Highways" and "I'm So Happy You Failed"

Examiner.com and Parasites and Sycophants post Neutral Uke Hotel's August tour.

Neu Futur
posts Gwyneth and Monko's national tour announcement

Consequence of Sound
posts Echo Orbiter's "Mouth of an Incomplete Twin" and Alan Cohen Experience's "Arrows of Time".

Broadway World
announces Neil Nathan's album and video release party

Stomp and Stammer
posts Golden Bloom's "30 Lives" and Leopold and His Fiction's "Golden Friends"

The Metro Times
reviews Neil Nathan's The Distance Calls

"The best part? Nathan combines a singer-songwriter sound— that which you’d never brag about enjoying to your pals— with a touch of ’70s-influenced rock ‘n’ roll that relieves any worries about losing your, um, man card."

Boston Band Crush
and Cheap Thrills Boston preview The Motion Sick's Rock Primary Show

Super Ultra Deluxe
posts Leopold and His Fiction's "Golden Friends"

The Rock and Roll Report
reviews Neil Nathan's new LP, saying "The Distance Calls
merges 70s-style jangle pop with modern singer/songwriter smarts."

Neil Nathan's
"When the Rain Falls" hits #57 on WMSV's top 100

Rock and Roll Report
posts a review of Sara Radle's Four

"Her intensely personal lyrics and the trademark sweetness in her voice invite the listener into her world, which is supported by a soundtrack of indie pop and rock."

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