Peter Hughes said there is no need to feel sorry for the many post-punk and new-wave musicians of the 1980s beached ashore by the ever-shifting tide of pop culture’s restless ocean. The Mountain Goats bassist thinks society’s changing tastes might have helped force some of them into greater things. Hughes spoke with Oklahoma Gazette…
Crain has an album release show with Husbands 8 p.m. March 24 at Opolis in Norman.
Drummer Griffin Goldsmith talks about his family’s music tradition, Bob Dylan’s songwriting legacy and We’re All Gonna Die with Oklahoma Gazette.
The Oklahoma City-based band’s 15th studio album features an appearance from band friend and frequent collaborator Miley Cyrus.
The EP was developed with assistance from ACM@UCO staffers like Derek Brown and Patrick Conlon.
Buchholtz is also known as a Sunday radio personality on 100.5 KATT FM and as a co-founder of OKC Comedy.
Vocalists Holly Laessig and Jess Wolfe developed their theatrical stage dress as a nod to artists like David Bowie and The Supremes.
Copies of the 10-inch Pollen EP will be available at the band’s release show Oct. 14 at Blue Note Lounge.
Washed Away is Rooney’s first album in nearly six years.
“Fantasy Boys” sets the tone for Double Vanity‘s mellow ’80s dream vibe.