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Chase Hamblin & The Roustabouts Album Release Tonight

Chase Hamblin’s named his new album, VAUdeVILLE, in tribute to a uniquely American form of entertainment. As Hamblin relates in the liner notes, his grandfather was a songwriter in the heyday of vaudeville, the popular early 20th century “variety show” that combined musical performances with comedy, dancing, burlesque and more. Hamblin and his band, The Roustabouts, do well to channel vaudeville’s theatricality and eager-to-please energy, offering up twelve bouncy songs steeped in classic pop songwriting. Hamblin crafts well-proportioned, energetic tunes, veering from Brill Building jingles to bluesy vamps to Beatles-esque pomp, all united by his crisp, elfin vocal style (at ... Read More »

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An Interview with Jenny Hoyston of Vacation Eyes

By: Joe Folladori Jenny Hoyston is best known for heading up Erase Errata, a wonderfully disjointed group based out of San Francisco who did catchy, scratchy, sideways post-punk better and weirder than just about anybody else. They released full-lengths on Troubleman Unlimited and Kill Rock Stars and toured their asses off; their last album, Nightlife, was released in 2006. I’m a big fan (Other Animals is a stone-cold classic album), so when I learned that Hoyston was not only living here in Houston but had formed a new band, Vacation Eyes, I jumped at the chance to ask her a ... Read More »

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Interview: Colin Blunstone of The Zombies

By: Joe Folladori Though remembered primarily here in the U.S. for a handful of singles, English rock legends The Zombies deserve to be spoken of in the same breath as their contemporaries, The Kinks and The Beatles. Early hits “Tell Her No” and “She’s Not There” are snappy British Invasion classics, but the final song on their 1968 classic Odessey and Oracle has proven to be their most enduring. Atmospheric and moody, with the insistent bassline of the verse giving way to kaleidoscopic harmonies and a tumultuous keyboard solo, “Time of the Season” is one of those songs that’s so singular, so unique ... Read More »

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Book Review - Just a Houston Punk

By: Joe Folladori  My family moved to Houston from the suburbs of Dallas when I was eight years old. It took me years to realize the bullet I’d dodged - had I stayed where I was there’s a good chance I would’ve ended up the way most of the kids in my neighborhood did, Alan Jackson superfans with Dallas Cowboys tattoos and a brand-loyalty to Ford pickup trucks that borders on lustful obsession - but at the time I was just a resentful brat who missed his friends, trying to make sense of his new surroundings. I hadn’t been in ... Read More »

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