KEXP Exclusive Interview | Peter Perrett
Jun23

KEXP Exclusive Interview | Peter Perrett

Back in 1989, The Replacements covered the song “Another Girl Another Planet,” originally by late ’70s UK power-punk band The Only Ones, and it never would’ve happened if not for their former manager Peter Jesperson, who put the song on a mix tape for the tour van. Jesp read more

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Video | Flare Voyant – Ephemeral Romance (EXCLUSIVE)
Jun05

Video | Flare Voyant – Ephemeral Romance (EXCLUSIVE)

View the exclusive release of the new video of Ephemeral Romance from their debut EP produced by Chris Kimsey. read more

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Video | Peter Perrett ‘An Epic Story’
May23

Video | Peter Perrett ‘An Epic Story’

Watch the video for new track ‘An Epic Story’ –    Domino Music Peter Perrett – former frontman of The Only Ones – recently announced his debut solo album How The West Was Won and shared the title track. Today, he shares another new song ‘An Epic read more

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New Album | Peter Perrett – How The West Was Won
Apr16

New Album | Peter Perrett – How The West Was Won

Peter Perrett – former frontman of The Only Ones – releases his debut solo album How The West Was Won on June 30th through Domino. plunger-sq Perrett, whose incisive songcraft and sardonic drawl made him one of the most distinctive voices of the Seventies hasn’t release read more

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Album Review | Plunger Music – Erja Lyytinen
Apr10

Album Review | Plunger Music – Erja Lyytinen

Review From PLUNGERmusic.tumblr.com ♦ Scandi not-quite noir in musical form… “We are a dark country! Maybe it’s the climate or whatever, it’s just the state of mind that we have here…” With its Gothic cover and a welter of dark subject matter (mental illness, broken rel read more

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Album Review | Erja Lyytinen from Powerplay Magazine
Apr02

Album Review | Erja Lyytinen from Powerplay Magazine

Powerplay Magazine | April 2017 ERJA LYYTINEN ‘Stolen Hearts’ Blues Rock Tuohi With her fifth studio album ‘Stolen Hearts’ Finnish guitar goddess Erja Lyytinen has really hit upon something special. Her traditional blues roots are there and of course her smooth, slinky guitar work permeates every track, but this time she has crafted some truly exquisite songs. That’s not to say great songs are absent from...

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