tumblr_m2f8x38pJD1qb97ja Here’s Gini’s interview with Stewart Copeland. What a super-interesting upbringing and insight into music. And his voice – magnificent. Enjoy!
Bhi Bhiman. Pronunciation-wise, think “bee” – then “beeman.” You’ve got it! He’s the second-generation Sri Lankan-American songsmith destined to win the hearts and ears of the 2012 SXSW crowd – and hopefully yours, too. Thirty Tigers has just put out his second album – simply titled Bhiman. It’s a subtle, soulful investment – well worth your time. … Read more »
Dallas singer-songwriter Iris Leu has quietly risen to be one of the most promising artists in the North Texas area. Her initial run of her debut EP, Permanent Transient, sold out after an extensive national tour. Hushaboo, which appeared in February 2009, showed the growth of her piano-based folk-pop sound. Video: Iris Leu performs at… Read more »
Mixing funk, reggae, and tribal sounds to form his own hybrid, Daniel KatsüK recently scored one of Fort Worth Weekly’s top 10 songs of the decade with “Evergreen”, from his 2008 release Out In the Wind. He brings his native-influenced sound to the KXT studio for a Wednesday morning performance with Gini Mascorro. Video: KatsüK… Read more »
Singer/songwriter Max Stalling joined Gini Mascorro in studio on Friday, December 18 during the Texas Mix. Originally from Carrizo Springs, Texas, Max Stalling received a food science degree from Texas A&M before venturing into music. On his latest release, Topaz City, Stalling brings together a show that blends an old-style country sensibility of danceable ballads… Read more »
Trying to describe Brave Combo’s music requires a pretty extensive vocabulary at least when it comes to musical styles. For the past three decades the Denton, Texas based quintet has perfected a world music mix that includes salsa, meringue, rock, cumbia, conjunto, polka, zydeco, classical, cha cha, the blues and more — offering what one… Read more »