Posts Tagged: Ithaca

Izzy True, Nope

Understatement is not something you get a lot of in music these days, particularly from the mainstream. In order to find it, you have to keep your ear to the ground. Thankfully, Izzy True walks a fabulous line in the

Izzy True, Nope

Understatement is not something you get a lot of in music these days, particularly from the mainstream. In order to find it, you have to keep your ear to the ground. Thankfully, Izzy True walks a fabulous line in the

Canen, A Matter of Time

I first heard of Canen after I reviewed Anna Coogan’s most recent release, The Birth of the Stars. In her message, Coogan said that she had produced the record, and that the artist was twelve years old. Naturally, I was curious

Canen, A Matter of Time

I first heard of Canen after I reviewed Anna Coogan’s most recent release, The Birth of the Stars. In her message, Coogan said that she had produced the record, and that the artist was twelve years old. Naturally, I was curious

Maple Hill, Headspace

Somewhere in the early 2000s it became the purpose of punk pop to take all of the angst that comes with growing up and put it in a catchy melody, wailed over pumping drums and searing guitars. Back then, it

Maple Hill, Headspace

Somewhere in the early 2000s it became the purpose of punk pop to take all of the angst that comes with growing up and put it in a catchy melody, wailed over pumping drums and searing guitars. Back then, it

Samuel B. Lupowitz and the Ego Band, Ten Square Miles

Browsing the records on Bandcamp.com tagged “Ithaca” yields up a wide array of music. Everything from hip hop to rock, electronica to blues is represented, and yet this record from Samuel B. Lupowitz and the Ego Band is perhaps the most

Samuel B. Lupowitz and the Ego Band, Ten Square Miles

Browsing the records on Bandcamp.com tagged “Ithaca” yields up a wide array of music. Everything from hip hop to rock, electronica to blues is represented, and yet this record from Samuel B. Lupowitz and the Ego Band is perhaps the most