Today’s reveal on the countdown will show songs #60-51. Instead of just displaying those ten songs, however, it seemed like a good time to do a full on recap. So here you go, #101 all the way to #51. That completes the bottom half of the countdown. Alright, so technically it’s a little less than […]
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The Ghost has a love-hate relationship with year-end lists. In reality, it falls mostly on the love side. There’s something exciting about reading a person’s (or publication’s) choice of best songs, albums, etc. Sometimes the lists align with one’s personal perspective, and other times, not so much. Either way, these lists serve as a time […]
Matt Tedder, “Down the Road” Last night, Matt Tedder proved that he knows how to put on a show. Of course, I can’t give all the credit to Tedder. His entire band was spot on, with drummer Matt Mabe and harmonica player Paul Harrington standing out in particular. But if you missed it, don’t feel […]
It’s Labor Day weekend. To celebrate, I’m laboring over this playlist as little as possible. No comments. No list even other than the list within the Spotify playlist. Listen and enjoy.
Birds of Night, “Dark” The Cover Letter, “Her Eyes, the Ocean” Cut Throat Finches, “Boundaries” You should know the deal by now, but in case you don’t, here’s a summary. August 27th. Double-Wide. Ghost of Blind Lemon Birthday Bash. Birds of Night. The Cover Letter. Cut Throat Finches. The Heavy Hands. Hosted by Veronica Young […]
Rei Clone, “Ready to Die” I may have liked Rei Clone the first time I heard them with their self-titled EP, but Wet gives me a whole new level of appreciation for the band. Their Bandcamp page uses the labels punk and shoegaze, but I feel the phrase “organized chaos” is the best way to describe […]
Maybe a sixteen song playlist a week isn’t enough local music for you. Maybe you want a supersize portion of new songs from all over the fine state of Texas. Maybe you just think the phrase “Ten for Your Attention” has a nice ring to it. Hey, I certainly think it does. The point is, […]