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Boogarins are a psychedelic rock band from Brazil, formed in 2013 by two childhood friends – Fernando “Dino” Almeida (vocals, rhythm guitar) and Benke Ferraz (guitar).
From the city of Goiania, Boogarins’ musical sound can be traced back to influential Sixties Brazilian rockers Os Mutantes, who were connected with the Tropicalia (or Tropicalismo) movement of the 1960s. Continue reading →
He was managed by the legendary Doc Pomus. Jasper Johns was inspired by his album and created a series of artwork based on his music. And for 23 years, Stephin Merritt of The Magnetic Fields has no idea the musician was his father.
The musician is Scott Fagan, who released a psychedelic pop album, South Atlantic Blues, in 1968 at the age of 21 . His story is engrossing and like that of Sixto “Sugar Man” Rodriguez – who released two little known albums in the 70s, only to be rediscovered decades later in a story told in the documentary Searching For Sugar Man - it’s about an rediscovered gem of an album that was barely a footnote in rock’s rich history. Continue reading →
“In and out.” That’s how Eric Bazilian of The Hooters describes how his new song “Call Your Name” came about. Written and recorded with David Uosikkinen (The Hooters, In The Pocket) at Red Door Recording in one day – September 28th – it’s the first new solo song from Bazilian in a some time, and it’s an immediate classic, from a guy who knows a thing or two about great songwriting. Continue reading →
From Oxford, England, the indie rock band Foals are one of the UK’s most popular bands. While they’ve got their share of fans in the States, they’ve struggled however, to build the huge following they’ve truly deserved. That’s all about to change with the release of their fantastic new album, What Went Down on August 28th. Continue reading →