JB and the Moonshine Band brings its honkytonk-flavored brew Friday night
Music Gazette staff
Currently riding high with a hit debut single — and accompanying video —
in “Perfect Girl,” JB and the Moonshine Band brings its
honkytonk-flavored brew Friday night to Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E.
NYC indie-pop dreamers concoct a solid debut album after an infectious single.
Indie Matt Carney
Ever since “All Around and Away We Go” reminded me of Talking Heads last
summer, I’ve kept my eyes out (and many fingers crossed) for flashes of
Twin Sister’s name across the blogosphere. Much to my delight, it
showed up last summer alongside fellow NYCers’ The Pains of Being Pure
at Heart on a touring bill aimed at the Midwest, with a stop at OU’s
campus (not three minutes’ walk from my house) right smack in the middle
Indie Joshua Boydston
Arena-ready indie rock sounds like a bit of a contradiction, but with bands like The Black Keys, Muse and Kings of Leon all headlining the biggest venues in town, the weird subspace is here to stay.
Rock Joshua Boydston
It’s taken four years since Mind the Fox’s formation for the Oklahoma
City rock outfit to finally offer a full-length debut album, but from
the sounds of Songs for the Needy, it’s been worth the wait.
For pure automobile action, it’s ‘Gone,’ baby, ‘Gone.’
Action Rod Lott
Compared to its 2000 big-budget remake, H.B. Halicki's Gone in 60 Seconds
is deficient in slickness, star power, performances, plotting and
humor. Yet the 1974 indie original decimates the Hollywood version as an
all-around entertainment. Why? Two simple reasons, boiled down to
numbers: some 500 vehicles wrecked and a 40-minute chase scene.