Best Songs of 2020: 4. Chloe Foy

Best Songs of 20204. Chloe Foy – “Song for D” It was a tough decision to include just one of the tracks from Callous Copper on this list, but “Song for D” gripped me too tightly to be forgotten. This voice and string ballad needs little else to convey its deep well of vulnerability. Chloe Foy | order Callous Copper EP | website | Facebook | … Continue reading Best Songs of 2020: 4. Chloe Foy

Sadness and self-reflection fuel Loyal Lobos’ new EP

sngalbums: Originally appeared on the 405, view archived article here.  Andrea Silva is not quite a lone wolf, but her new EP oozes with solitude and melancholy. She creates music under the moniker Loyal Lobos and is currently based in Los Angeles after departing her home country of Colombia several years ago. It was the demise of a relationship that sent her couch surfing and … Continue reading Sadness and self-reflection fuel Loyal Lobos’ new EP

Andy Shauf – “You Slipped Away”

Andy Shauf Reveals Cold-Hearted Single “You Slipped Away” Originally appeared on Grimy Goods.  One of the last shows featured in Grimy Goods, before mass tour cancellations and venue closures, was Andy Shauf at the Fonda. The Canadian musician performed songs from his January album, The Neon Skyline, which feels like it came out a lifetime ago. Now he has returned with a new single taken … Continue reading Andy Shauf – “You Slipped Away”

Lisa Papineau Debuts ‘Beautiful’ Single—new Album and Live Zebulon Show to Follow Originally appeared on Grimy Goods.  Lisa Papineau, who has worked with bands such as Air and M83, has new pieces of worldly soft rock to share; she has a live show planned at Zebulon on February 24. She is known to travel frequently, calling Vermont, California and France all her homes. Her new … Continue reading

In New Song, Gabriella Rose Reveals She Never Stopped Grieving Originally appeared on Grimy Goods.  Nick Cave has been taking questions from fans via the Red Hand Files, and last October he published a submission from someone who had been dealing with many deaths in their life. The question, like most on the site, was spiritual in nature, and Cave began his answer with wisdom … Continue reading