Posts Tagged ‘Bishop Allen’

If a full band could travel easily, I imagine Bombadil as today’s troubadours, delighting children and town folk alike! You don’t usually get this delightful storytelling folk-wisdom in today’s music. It’s simple without being boring. Bombadil is kind of the Bishop Allen of Chapel Hill. “Smile When You Kiss” brings in a romantic but still […]


Yes, yes it is true. I did not see that coming. These indie sweethearts finished off their set in Austin this year with Fugazi’s Waiting Room. They even seemed to mock Ian MacKaye and Guy Picciotto’s vocal stylings. Who would have thought a Brooklyn light-hearted indie band would ever listen to or cover a D.I.Y. […]