Tuesday 22 Jul
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OKG Newsletter

Topic: album review

Soundcheck: The Wurly Birds — Turns


Joshua Boydston
It’s obvious The Wurly Birds want to take you back, way back. The affection for The Beatles’ perfect pop-rock ballads couldn’t be more clear, and in “Turns,” the Oklahoma City five-piece does that golden standard proud.
Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Soundcheck: Junebug Spade — Extra Virgin Olive Oil


Matt Carney
Don’t worry, rock kids. Now on EP No. 3, Oklahoma City’s Junebug Spade is still the same, early British, vaguely psychedelic, throwback band that Oasis returned to fashion in the ’90s — the kind of band that kills with simple, original guitar riffs and lyrics about ... well, girls mostly.
Wednesday, September 14, 2011

CFN’s awfully harsh record review of the week


Gazette staff
“It’s so ‘down’ and so ‘jiggy,’ I swear they even rip off the damned Proclaimers with straight faces, and suffice it to say, leading forced-shout vocalist and bassist Tyson Ritter is no Johnny Depp/Buster Keaton. ... Did anyone mention the last decade is over now? They didn’t get that memo.”
Wednesday, June 13, 2012