Tuesday, August 24, 2010

News Roundup from DOA, Magnet, Sick of the Radio and more.

JP's Music Blog reviews Neil Nathan's The Distance Calls


""Neil Nathan's voice and acoustic rock sound draws strong similarities to Matthew Sweet, especially on the album's lead off single "California Run." The chorus is so catchy that it's sure to catch the attention of radio."


Delusions of Adequacy reviews The White Ravens' Gargoyles and Weather Vanes


Magnet includes Neil Nathan's The Distance Calls in their "What Album Are You Most Looking Forward To Next Week?" poll


Sick of the Radio reviews Echo Orbiter's Euphonicmontage


"an innovative landmark in the world of indie rock"


Blogcritics posts Sara Radle's "Song For Adam" and The White Ravens' "Tick Tock"


Parasites and Sycophants review's Neil Nathan's The Distance Calls


"...The Distance Calls opens up with an interpretation of ELO's "Do Ya" setting firm ground for a nice outing that surfaces somewhere between classic rock and Matthew Sweet. Always refreshing to see people recalling the greats and not just mystifying with bells & whistles."


Campus Circle Newspaper reviews Leopold and His Fiction's Viper Room show


"This trio is a trip to watch, boiling and smashing a diverse range of musical genres that is both ethereal and bombastic."



The Daily Iowan previews Neutral Uke Hotel's show at Gabe's


Broadway World reports on Rosario Dawson's part in Neil Nathan's "California Run"


Boston.com previews Michael J. Epstein and Sophia Cacciola about their roles in the Second Annual "One Night Band"


Little Village previews Neutral Uke Hotel's show at Gabe's


The Star Tribune previews Neutral Uke Hotel's Kitty Cat Klub show


Twin Cities.com previews Neutral Uke Hotel's Kitty Cat Klub show


Isthmus previews Neutral Uke Hotel's Kitty Cat Klub show


Chicago Tunes reviews Neutral Uke Hotel's Empty Bottle show


Movies Music Mayhem previews Neutral Uke Hotel's Grog Shop show


Nuvo interviews Neutral Uke Hotel


The OCMD reviews Leopold and His Fiction's Rock Make show


The Portland Mercury asks its audience to "Name the next Neutral Uke Hotel"


 


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