New Leslie Mendeslon Digital EP Coming Soon
Thea Gilmore's Strange Communion
From the choral splendor of "Sol Invictus", her acappella opening ode with the award-winning Sense Of Sound choir, to the ethereal beauty of “Midwinter Toast” and “December in New York”, to cover versions of obscure songs by Elvis Costello (The St. Stephens Day Murders”) and Yoko Ono (“Listen The Snow Is Falling”), Gilmore’s crystalline voice and dazzling lyrics shine throughout this collection. Rounding off the festivities on a cheerful note, the catchy single "That'll Be Christmas" indubitably adds more spice into the mix as Gilmore lightheartedly sings “French beer and mistletoe…faith, hope and gluttony…me missing you again, that’ll be Christmas.”
Strange Communion isn't out until next week but you can pre-order on Amazon .
Matt Duke at CMJ 09
Nickel Eye Matches You and Everyone Else
Will Hoge Interview on Here & Now
On Friday, October 16, listen to an exclusive interview with Will on Here & Now, the award winning daily news magazine airing on over 100 NPR stations nationally. Hosted by Robin Young and produced at WBUR in Boston, Here & Now caught up with Will backstage at Harper's Ferry before the recent show there on (date). Go here for a complete listing of public radio stations and broadcast times and for the link to listen online.
Vote for Jupiter One's "Flaming Arrow" on mtvU!
New Jupiter One videos hit Youtube!
Watch both below and be sure to keep up with the band’s youtube channel for more new videos in the coming week.
Catch Will Hoge on
Jupiter One at WRXP and Philadelphia, PA
Will Hoge in Music Fog
While in Baltimore at The 8 X 10, Will performed ‘Even If It Breaks Your Heart' backstage before the show for the cameras of musicfog.com, a great site focused on Americana music. Click here to view this exclusive performance.
Will Hoge on XPN Live Fridays
The NPR broadcast series ‘Live Fridays From XPN’ featured our very own Will Hoge along with Langhorne Slim in concert at World Café Live in Philadelphia. Hosted by Helen Leicht, this series is another reason WXPN (88.5) is considered one of the best radio stations in the country. Click here to listen.