Song: Monocrome Rainbow
I first stumbled upon the Japanese songtress on youtube a few years ago. I’ve liked jrock and she is one of my favorite japanese rock artists. People call her the Avril Lavigne of Japan but to be quite honest I much prefer her and seeing as how is much older than Avril I don’t think the comparison quite fits. Tommu Heavenly6 always has a darker theme to her videos but this one differs quite a bit from her older work. There are no flying bats, no spooky sounds, just her and her band jamming out.
Artist: Cesar Paucar
Song: Frantic Festejo
From a concert in Lima Peru on Oct. 16, 2007, Cesar Paucar performs “Frantic Festejo” from his CD “De amanecida” (At Dawn’s Door). It is a jazz approach to Peruvian music, where guitar and percussion engage in a dialog. Cajon player: Julio Tirado.
Artist: Seo In Yong
Seo In Yong is a Korean pop artist who used to be part of the group Jewlery. She has a reputation for being a bit high maintenance but that aside the girl can sing, especially live. Anymore, her more recent song, is not my favorite but it is catchy.
Artist: John Butler
John Charles Butler is an Australian American musician, songwriter, record label owner and producer. He is the front man for the John Butler Trio, a roots and jam band, which formed in Fremantle, Western Australia in 1998.
Artist: Jenny Lewis
Song: You are what you love
Jennifer Diane “Jenny” Lewis (born January 8, 1976) is an American singer-songwriter musician and actress. She was the primary vocalist of the indie rock band Rilo Kiley, and has released two solo albums. She currently performs as part of the duo Jenny & Johnny with boyfriend Johnathan Rice.
Song: Ka Uluwehi O Ke Kai
Artist: Tango in the attic
Song: Off to…
Tango in the Attic are a Scottish lo-fi, garage, pop band from Glenrothes, formed in 2008. The band consists of Daniel Craig – vocals, Jordan Craig – guitar, Jonathan MacFarlane – organ James Crook – bass and Paul Johnson – drums
Artist: marble sounds
Song: time to sleep
Marble sounds is a Belgium pop band though their music has a folk/alternative sound to it.