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HWS CD Reviews of (mostly) Bay Area bands.
A marriage between folk and electronica was destined, so if Shovelman hadn’t come along someone would have had to invent him. Why “Shovelman?” Well, because he plays a snow shovel rigged to be aRead More »
North Bay rockabilly outfit Quarter Mile Combo spent a good piece of 2008-2009 fretting about the slow progress of Motels, Gas and Beer, their first CD with Nettie Hammar (Mighty Slim Pickins) on vocals.Read More »
When it comes to sound, Porkchop Express doesn’t seem to catch many breaks at its live shows, and their CD release party for Fault Lines and Good Times was case in point. It tookRead More »
You might meet a wide-eyed, sweet smiling, corn-fed gal and find the soundtrack in your brain kicking into “Everybody Loves a Midwestern Girl.” Or, it might happen while driving in unfamiliar territory when theRead More »