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The Hölljes sibling’s family relocations from Durham, North Carolina through Nashville, Tennessee, and Marietta, Georgia, all the way to the Bay area of San Francisco, has helped Delta Rae cultivate an earthy, folk rock that is accentuated by killer harmonies and a … Continue reading
While couples are planning out their barf-fest of romantic escapades for Valentine’s Day, us in the singles club are debating which road to take on the situation. Do we distract ourselves from all of the lovey-dovey shenanigans and make it … Continue reading
Marc Broussard is no stranger to music born on the Bayou. His father is the legendary Louisiana blues guitarist Ted Broussard. But rather than pick up a guitar and mimic his dad’s signature licks, Marc has gone the route of … Continue reading
There are just some moments of your life you never forget. One such moment for me was during Psych Fest 2011 at Seaholm Power Plant. Standing and waiting for Roky Erickson to perform, with more than a little amount of … Continue reading
Brriiinnnggg… Brriiinnnggg… Hello, it’s your past calling. Step into my time machine (The Parish). We will be transported to a decade where side ponytails and music videos were totally awesome. Thomas Dolby may not ring a bell, but this might: … Continue reading
Attention all weekday warriors: Don’t let Wednesday be a night spent catching up on your Honey Boo Boo antics while elbow-deep in a large pepperoni pizza. Hypothetical, of course. The Parish is here to rescue you from your mundane Thursday morning … Continue reading
So, you want to be in a band? And you live in Austin? Unheard of. Like the hundreds of music capital hopefuls, three songwriters- Colin Brooks, Ed Jurdi and Gordy Quist began doing a song swap every Wednesday at Momo’s, … Continue reading
The end of summertime brings a wistful nostalgia only paralleled by woefully replayed Marvin’s Magic commercials. As children, the end of summer meant impending duress and Popsicles forgone, while maturity introduced themes of romantic yearning and day drinking. Into adulthood, … Continue reading
©Todd Roeth – toddroeth.com Langhorne Slim, who is actually Sean Scolnick of Langhorne, Pennsylvania, is a passionate singer-songwriter who has sold his soul to the restless road in pursuit of the dream. His move to Portland transformed the band’s punk-folk … Continue reading