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Damn you, Coronavirus… I Miss Live Concerts!

Article & Photos by: Linda Carlson   As a concert photographer, I regularly attend live performances, photographing nearly two hundred bands last year alone.  Then all of a sudden… Boom!  NO LIVE PERFORMANCES, thanks to the coronavirus.  Like most concert-goers, there is a hole in my life, and I am a bit

Interview with THE DODIES

  Quarantine interview time! MonkeyGoose contributor Jason Robey had a Zoom chat with The Dodies, a young garage rock duo from the southern desert of Israel. Check it out:     THE DODIES songs jump head-first into depression, alienation and rage, contrasted by hooky riffs and catchy melodies. They are completing their new album

Album Review: Yuki – Be Free

Article by: Charles Yamabe   Chicago, IL -- It's not often I get sent an album that I immediately fall in love with, let alone a freshman album by an artist that, for all intents and purposes, is relatively unknown. The album Be Free by nineteen-year-old New Zealand native Yuki is

Album Review: The New Regime – Heart Mind Body & Soul

Article by: Jason Robey   The latest album from the one-man-band known as The New Regime is a wild journey through a myriad of musical styles and moods, with layers and textures that take multiple listenings to pick out. Multi-instrumentalist Ilan Rubin is solely responsible for the writing and performance on Heart

Album Review: Matt Mann & the Shine Runners – Anytime but Now

Article by: Bylle Breaux     Matt Mann and the Shine Runners are releasing a new album next month and it’s their finest yet.  Lead singer/songwriter, Mann, moved from Los Angeles to Nashville just over two years ago and it’s proving to be the right choice.  His budding friendship with new lead guitarist,

Eliza & The Delusionals // Live @ Stubb’s BBQ // 2.19.20

Article and Photos by: Sarah Todd   Austin, TX -- It was an unexpectedly chilly night in the "Live Music Capital of the World," yes -- even though we are in February, central Texas has had an especially mild winter so far and many concert-goers seemed upset with their decision to forego

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