Tarah Who?

Not mad my friend, WKND SPIN: TARAH WHO? – “Hurt”

Tarah Who – ’64 Women’ is available now @ Apple Music. by Walter Price That gnawing gut-wrenching feeling unsteadily teetering between I know better and good riddance is palpable and far too familiar. And indie-powerhouse Tarah Who?’s recent single “Hurt” is this turbulent dichotomy. Now you’re off living a married life. I wonder if she…

Lydia Loveless

Taste of every breath, SINGLE: LYDIA LOVELESS – “Mile High” (‘Boy Crazy and Single(s)’)

Lydia Loveless – ‘Boy Crazy and Single(s)’ is available @ Apple Music. by Walter Price At an imagined crossroads where Rhett Miller, Lucy Dacus, and Ray Wylie Hubbard merge, I like to picture multifaceted singer-songwriter, Lydia Loveless peering down the paths taking real-life inspiration from her losses, triumphs, and circumstances in between. At times, this…

Scott Walker

In His Own Songwriter’s Words: SCOTT WALKER on lyrics

“His records are some of the most important ever, for me. He was also fantastic with words – sometimes quite opaque with them – and I’m really fascinated by that.” – Damon Albarn “I feel the lyric will always guide you to what to do with the music. Get the lyric right, everything else will…

Seven Rivers Wild

Billy Momo Says: Seven Rivers Wild

Seven Rivers Wild, now on Billy Momo #28. by Barba   Seven Rivers Wild is our third album and the latest we’ve released so far. But there is more to come, don’t you worry. I would say that this is the first album we’ve released as a seven piece group. We are not a duo…

Money

Billy Momo Says: Not in it for the money

Money isn’t everything, now on Billy Momo #26. by Orren   We’re not in it for the money. Neither is anyone else. Because it’s not 1996. And we can’t complain, we’re in it for the love of it. Who cares about money, right? Well, terribly sorry, but we all do. Because we live in the real…

love songs

Billy Momo Says: Love songs

Love songs now at Billy Momo #24. by Gramps   In this day and age, I find genuine kindness to be a very underrated personality trait. There, I said it. We are becoming increasingly guarded, skeptical and cynical. When someone performs an act of kindness, we automatically look for a hidden agenda. Generosity is viewed…