Wednesday, April 6, 2011
One of the great things about being obsessed with power pop music is it is so large a genre of music that there is always something to discover. Oh, it might be an artist you have heard something of before, but you might not be aware of the depth involved in their catalog. That is the phase I'm in at the moment with a couple of artists. The first is the Lolas. I'd heard their "Little Deedra" a couple of years ago. I loved it at first listen, but I didn't follow up on the band until recently. I'm in the process of rectifying that glaring error right now. You can too (if they are not already in heavy rotation at your house that is): I've also been enjoying the Parallax Project album I Hate Girls (from 2009). It's a little too old to write a full blown review for but you will certainly be hearing cuts from this record, as well as Lolas tracks, on the Pub. Keep poppin' in a powered fashion!
Here is a definition of the music style known as Americana pulled from a Wikipedia article: Americana, as defined by the Americana Music ...