How Recovering From A Vocal Injury Ended Up Being A Good Thing For Dum Dum Girls' Dee Dee Penny May 21, 2014 - Dum Dum Girls make their Cafe debut today. They recently released their new album Too True.
Singer Songwriter Conor Oberst releases his new solo album Upside Down Mountain today. The long time indie label booster's new album is coming out on Nonesuch Records. The prolific artist started releasing his own music on cassette from his home in Omaha, Nebraska in 1993 at the age of 13.
Our Vintage Cafe today with Betty Wright is from 2012. Betty Wright may be best known for a couple of songs she cut for her hometown TK records when she was still a teenager in Miami. "Clean Up Woman" and Girls Can't Do What The Boys Can Do" are still major (and much sampled) songs for her.
It would be hard to predict that from the modest blues-rock beginnings of The Big Come-up and Thickfreakness that The Black Keys would become the hit making machine they are today. Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney are back with a new album Turn Blue produced once again by the boys and Brian Burton, Danger Mouse.
The Rumba Café is supporting WCBE again by holding a benefit on Tuesday, May 27th with a night of performances by many amazing local musicians (see list). WCBE will also hold a raffle for the following prizes during our event including:
Our Vintage Cafe today is from 2012 the year the Melbourne, Australia based artist Gotye's world-wide smash "Somebody That I Used To Know" was everywhere. The single went on to sell over 30 million copies. As we found out in this interview Gotye is a fascinating guy who sampled the sounds found on Making Mirrors everywhere including recording a fence near his home in Melbourne.