Friday, January 16, 2015

Emma and The Hungry Truth and DownTown All Starz

The Courier Mail (Australia) reviews the new EP from Emma and The Hungry Truth and comments "the opening tune here, Always The Last To Know, with its thumping piano that feels like a Todd Rundgren production circa 1980, a swirling string quartet and plenty of soul-baring in the lyrics." Decide for yourself below Meanwhile the Ventura County Star (California) has an intervierw with the DownTown All Starz, a blues/jazz outfit who've been treading the board a while. When asked if they had a dream gig with another artist they replied: "there’s two different realms. I really like Todd Rundgren but he’s way out of my league but for blues stuff, I love Buddy Guy."

Thursday, January 15, 2015

Rundgren 'a spectre' through new BC Camplight album

The ArtsDesk website has a review of BC Camplight – How to Die in the North. According to reviewer Kieron Tyler:

The clanging, descending guitar of the first cut, “You Should Have Gone to School”, is a direct nod to that of Todd Rundgren’s “International Feel”. Rundgren is a spectre throughout the album – especially on the Philly soul-esque “Just Because I Love you”

Monday, January 12, 2015

Let me Spin

Hodja seems to be a popular tune for some US school choirs/vocal groups. Here's another version