Isia Cooper, live at CLâs offices - Download
Although Isia Cooper has been playing guitar for only two-and-a-half years, the grace of her slow croon and spacious strumming has enchanted a growing scene around her performances. Her debut CD, Sail the Skin (New Street Records) is due out in June. Her collaboration with Duet for Theremin and Lap Steel on www.myspace.com/isiacooper, called âFor My Tea,â is an arresting merger of her brittle songwriting and the avant-garde.
Photo by Alejandro Leal
To truly grasp Juju B. Solomonâs songs, one must first understand the songwriter Benjamin Solomon and the cultural short-circuits that congeal in his contemplative sound â a sound that shadows the whimsical lurch of traditional folk music. His self-titled debut (New Street Records) is an intimate collection of jaunts that chronicle the experiences of an outsider by bearing witness to social and sexual interactions in India.Read the rest of the story here.
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Juju B. Solomon live at CLâs offices - Download.
The Atlanta-bred, Grady High graduates redefine mountain music with their urbanized folk
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"Punk" style like this seems like it is the polar opposite of punk. Bradford Cox…
They're kind of starting to look like a joke of themselves. Song's good though.
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Their show with Chris, Lord about 3 years at the Unicorn was the best.
I am a connoisseur of this real soul music like the comment above I'm glad…