Tuesday, July 27, 2010

News Roundup From NPR, AOL Spinner, Sick of the Radio, Delusions of Adequacy and more

NPR's "Hey Ladies" questionnaire features Gwyneth Moreland of Gwyneth & Monko

Buzz Bands LA reviews Sara Radle's Four

"Her solo career, three releases strong before she moved to L.A. from her native Texas in 2005, displays an affection for folk-flavored power-pop and girl-group stylings with orchestral sweep, and, as a diarist/storyteller, Radle falls somewhere in between Jenny Lewis and Juliana Hatfield."

Beehive Candy give their take on Neil Nathan, Sara Radle, Alan Cohen Experience, Leopold and His Fiction, and The White Ravens

AOL Spinner features Gwyneth & Monko's EP, Good Old Horse

Sick of the Radio features Echo Orbiter's exclusive promo video for their cover of R. Stevie Moore's "I Hope That You Remember"

The Boston Phoenix includes Neutral Uke Hotel's "King of Carrot Flowers Pt. 1" on their "On The Download" feature

Delusions of Adequacy reviews Gwyneth & Monko's Good Old Horse EP.
"Though each song displays an entirely unique and still, very traditional story at the helm, the sounds are easily identifiable with Moreland's peculiarly gifted vocals and Monko's bare-bones arrangements."

Icelandic blog Rjominn posts Neutral Uke Hotel's "King of Carrot Flowers Pt. 1 mp3

The Philly Fun Guide recommends The White Ravens upcoming Raven Lounge Show

Yes! Indie puts Echo Orbiter on their Radioactive Playlist and profiles the band

Stomp and Stammer report on Neutral Uke Hotel's upcoming tour

Near Say previews Neil Nathan's Highline Ballroom show

Broadway World reports The White Ravens' nomination for a Toronto Independent Music Award

Ashbee's Fragments posts Echo Orbiter's "I Hope That You Remember" video