Interview – Pswingset

Pswingset  is an Austin based band that has released their album, All Our False Starts, in July.  They were kind enough to recently answer a few questions. Your bio says you hail from Austin, Texas – mecca for a lot of indie music and home of the yearly SXSW Festival. Are you all originally from…

Interview with Jim Fitzgerald (Falsetto Boy)

My brief foray into running an independent website resulted in some great interviews and a lot of album reviews, which I will be slowly trasnferring over to this site.  I will eventually bring them all over, but would like to start with the ones that really stuck out for me.  One such person is Jim…

Music – Lindsay Minton “Past is Prelude”

Lindsay Minton is the singer and guitarist of the Houston based emo /indie group Football, etc., as well as a very accomplished solo musician.  Her first solo effort, Past is Prelude, is brilliantly reviewed on the CMJ website, as well as containing a preview of the record.  Check out the review here. Stay tuned for…

Music – Football Etc. “First Down”

Football etc. band members (at time of recording): Lindsay Minton – Guitar/Vocals Mercy Harper – Bass VI Brandon Baker – Drums Being from Houston I am pleased as punch to be able to write my first article about a local band. Football, etc. released their first record, First Down, back in 2009 (although it is…

Music – Dogbreth “Get Out”

Dogbreth band members are: Tristan Jemsek – Guitar, vocals Erin Caldwell – Bass, vocals Nathan Leach – Drums Summer time is around the corner and I’m looking for “my” soundtrack of the summer – songs and bands that I can listen to in the future to remind me of the summer of 2012 (whether good…

Music Review – Caseracer – “Caseracer”

Caseracer band members: paul blest – vocals jeff hersch – guitar/vocals john strong – bass/vocals mike haller – drums/vocals In my neverending search for music that isn’t being shoved down my throat my mainstream music sources, I came across Caseracer. The band shares the same record company, Jeremy Records, as another band I reviewed, The…