oin us for an eclectic night of music including: Canadian singer-songwriter/looper, Jordana Talsky Jordana Talsky is a singer-songwriter-looper who performs an innovative style of “live looping” as an acapella artist who integrates looping into ensemble performance. She began her career as a jazz vocalist, and later as she leaned into songwriting, her original sound took […]
The threesome's debut set of infectious, glimmering tracks, "Too Many Futures", will be front-and-center during their album release party tonight at The Basement
I’m always happy to hear from local artists like Ghost Soul Trio who are tirelessly working to shape Columbus’ diversifying musical palette. My first taste of their material was the thick vintage R&B thump of their recent singles “Pantherland” and “Potassitorium,” both of which spotlight the obviously adept chops of bassist Nate Gelfand and drummer […]
Sunrise Reset will be celebrating the release of their first full length LP “WESTWARD” along with The Lost Revival and The Up All Nights by playing a whole bunch of songs LIVE and IN PERSON! Bring yourself, bring your friends, bring your moms, bring your uncles, bring your dancin shoes. Listen to “WESTWARD” on Bandcamp, […]
On the evening of Friday, August 3rd, Fuse Factory is proud to present multimedia artist/performer/composer Jordan Munson, Indianapolis-based electroacoustic trio Electric Rodeo Revival, and Lilth Grace’s (out/electronics) solo project Leechwife. Doors 7:30pm, performance begins 8pm. $5-$10, BYOB, all ages. About the performers: Jordan Munson (jordanmunson.com) is a composer, performer, and multimedia artist. His work explores […]
Ohio born-and-raised, the sought-after singer-songwriter visits Columbus on Friday night in advance of a new single release, "Ain't My Scene"
Youngstown native JD Eicher recognizes his northeastern Ohio roots have provided him with a unique perspective as a singer-songwriter. “The first time it was really brought to my attention was in an article – an early review, actually of my band – where they said ‘you could hear the rust belt in his songs.’ And […]
Celebrating twenty years as an independent singer-songwriter, the Detroiter-turned-Nashvillian plays Rumba Café on Saturday night.
I didn’t share this with Tony Lucca when I interviewed him a few weeks ago, but I tried to replicate his hairstyle after seeing him on The Mickey Mouse Club when I was in high school. After exhausting a full tub of Dep firm-hold gel to no avail, I instead settled on a Luke Perry-inspired […]