The first thing you’ll notice about D.C.-based Exit Clov is their deeper-than-most lyrics. That’s saying something too, given that the band is fronted by the lovely twins, Emily and Susan Hsu.
Off Track: Falls Church
It’s odd to think the mild-mannered, blonde-haired kid across the table has a dark side, but sure enough it’s there.
Off Track:Bettie Serveert
After celebrating 15 years together, it seems clear that the Dutch band Bettie Serveert has quite a bit of staying power. Of course, that much was apparent ten years ago when the band played to a crowd of about 2,000 in Central Park.
Press Pass: Gin Blossoms
It was never going to happen. A few years had past since the Gin Blossoms had disbanded in 1997, and now guitarist Scott Johnson was starting to detect a certain permanence to what he had thought might have just been a temporary hiatus.
Press Pass: Catfish Haven
If ever the phrase “best of both worlds” was applicable, it’s with Chicago-based Catfish Haven. Sure the notion might be a tad cliched, however there is nothing hackneyed about the sounds of an acoustic guitar fronting a driving bass and drum set dishing out pure rock and roll.
Press Pass: Where Are They Now?
It’s been a little over a year since the inception of Press Pass. We paused this week to check up on some of the bands profiled over the past year and give you of few of their “choice cuts” to download.
Fiddling Away on the Crooked Road in Southwest Virginia
While this area was suffering from 101-degree heat last week, there was a pilgrimage to a city 15-derees cooler and 300 miles away.
Press Pass: The Yardbirds
For the legendary Yardbirds, there have been precious few constants to mark a career of change. Most of those notable changes have come to the band itself, where only Chris Dreja and Jim McCarty remain from a lineup that once included the likes of Keith Relf, Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck […]