Artist spotlight: Ponytail

Ponytail are a group of musicians from Baltimore Maryland who randomly found themselves making music together. What resulted is a band adept at crafting (or perhaps throwing together) an energetic, manic sort of experimental rock music, half noise, half indecipherable yelps. The band owes much of uncompromising nature of its live show to the presence…

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The Replacements

No, not the Keanu Reeves movie about football/surfing/time traveling..the band! The Replacements, hailing from Minneapolis (us Midwest folk are just so genuine), was an underground rock band that was active mostly in the 1980s. Apparently, when they weren’t writing classic albums like Tim and Let It Be, they were busy perfecting the art of the…

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WAMH Reviews: 9.14 – 9.18

Every few weeks, WAMH is going to bring you some reviews (written by our very own DJs) on the most exciting new albums that come into the station. Feel free to leave comments! Fool’s Gold Fool’s Gold Release: Sept 29 on Iamsounds We have no idea what language this band operates in, but hot damn…

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Charles Spearin and the "natural melody of speech"

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqdpu2SO8jA&feature=related] Charles Spearin, last I heard, is a pretty neat guy, and his recent work, titled “The Happiness Project” is certainly one of the more amazing things I’ve seen over the past few months. (Spearin, if you had forgotten, is the founder father  of both Do Make Say Think and Broken Social Scene, two pretty…

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