Scruffy & The Janitors “Modeling is Hard”
Thursday, May 31, 2018
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Friday, May 08, 2015
Since beginning five years ago, One Headlight High has proven to be a perfect marriage of Green Day, Fall Out Boy and All Time Low, and the band’s second album, “Show Me State of Mind,” does nothing to sway the listener away from that notion.
There are very few local albums that I would consider “headphone albums,” where the listener must immerse himself or herself in the music through headphones to get the right experience.
Thursday, May 07, 2015
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Thursday, December 25, 2014
The St. Joseph music scene continues to blossom with new groups. Most of the albums listed here are debuts, but they likely will continue to stand out in each group or artist’s discography further down the road.
Thursday, August 21, 2014
Under the Big Oak Tree is often brought up in the same conversations as Whiskey for the Lady because both bands have undoubtedly led the bluegrass movement in St. Joseph.
Last year, St. Joseph musicians Aaron Coker and Chris Clark teamed up with Isaac Khan to create the band Sisters of... and the experimental metal album "Follow Me as a Ghost." Throughout that instrumental CD full of long epics, terror was beset by emotion and plush soundscapes.
Local country artist Dylan Russell recorded his new album in Nashville, and in many ways, it sounds like it. The mixing and mastering is excellent, and the CD is bursting with all sorts of crossover appeal. The result is an album that’s equal parts country and pop rock.
Thursday, August 14, 2014
Thursday, April 17, 2014
Anyone who listened to "Pino," the 2012 debut album by local rock trio Scruffy & The Janitors, knows that the listening experience was a little underwhelming. That’s no detraction from the band, but rather the buzzing, rushed audio quality of that first CD.