‘Bulo’s Fave Tunes: February, 2018

Filed in Arts and Entertainment by on March 1, 2018

Hey, guys, it’s not my fault that the vast majority of tunes this month are from female artists.  Up your game, and I’ll feature you. Afraid of a little competition? Until then, these are the artists on the cutting edge, according to moi:


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  1. bamboozer says:

    Shocking! I loved or liked most of it. “I’m with her”, good reminder of the eternal power of the human voice in harmony, you do sing… right? Courtney Bennett, good punky pop, what rock needs to get more airplay. Sons of Kemet, love the tuba bass, good stuff. The Hookworms! Described by some as psychedelic I’ve loved their off the wall stuff for years, always got a WTF? when I played them at work. Screaming Females, more good punky pop, voice reminds me a little of Chrissie Hynde.

  2. Jason330 says:

    New approach this month. I turned on all the videos at the same time to see what rat would claw it’s way to the top of the dumpster. The winning rat was….. G Flip.

    Also noteworthy:

    “Screaming Females is an American indie rock band, from New Brunswick, New Jersey. ”

    I’m in. Did you know New Brunswick was originally called Prigmore’s Swamp? That was one cagey name change by the chamber of commerce in 1714.

  3. RE Vanella says:

    Related: St Vincent is playing a show at the Queen in May. The missus and I will be there.

    Friday the 24th.

  4. Mike Dinsmore says:

    Don’t be forgettin’ Secret Sisters (Laura Rogers and Lydia Rogers Slagle). Their latest CD (“You Don’t Own Me Any More”) is one of the best Americana releases of last year.