Recently formed and already creating quite the commotion, the Whisperlights leaves... read more here.
We're big fans of Shelby James and apparently we're not alone. Since the article's... read more here.
Brent Cowles is the creative force known as You Me and Apollo. His ... read more here.
I didn’t know what to expect when I picked up Michelle Blades’ music. Full disclosure: It was not... read more here.
It's not uncommon to find Strange Young Things' frontman Corey Gloden amid the crowd, frequently...read more here.
Some of the greatest developments in music history has come ... read more here.
I can’t speak for everyone here at YabYumMusic, but I know religion doesn’t play a large role in my life. When I heard “Don’t Let it Die” from ... read more here.
Sure, Matt Reveles might not be the rowdiest performer in the local scene but I bet he's put a fair number of local folk under... read more here
2009 was the year of the bass clarinet, as far as I’m concerned. Dry River brought us badass music to groove to using not only a bass clarinet, but a violin, a French Horn, and a bassoon... read more here.
The Sugar Thieves inspire folks to get shakin, so much so that the Sail Inn provides swing dance... read more here
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Now, we know Robin spends most of his time in New York but... read more here.
The man known onstage as Treasure Mammal never fails to create a memorable...read more here
Sure, it's a time of war, but another kitschy Green Day-like intersection between pop and rage could make me throw up. Thankfully some bands recognize the underlying problems and decry the complacency that fills us with fradulant cheer in a time plagued with imminent fire...read more here