“Barely a year in the making, the SF-based four-piece’s pop-punk sound is already very polished, melding elements of noise rock and punk with pop melodies into tracks that all come with a dose of frontwoman Laura Dean’s gorgeously soothing voice (seriously, it’s like the anti-George Clarke voice). I can’t think of a more apt descriptor than the band’s own term ‘sophistipunk.'”
– Jason Shane, Editor at The Bay Bridged
Paul Schomer, former online music producer at NPR and producer of the first few episodes of the now wildly popular All Songs Considered, sat down to talk with Bob Edwards and discuss some of his latest music finds, including Tall Sheep, for his new project RadioCrowdFund.
We’re down to the final hours in our campaign! Thank you all so much for your continued support. We are thrilled to be able to share with you the cover art for our EP, “Of Birds In Propellers.”
We’ve had one hell of a campaign so far, to help fund our upcoming EP. We are overcome by the outpouring of support we have received from all of you. It means so much to us. We are just 11 days away from beginning our recording sessions at Tiny Telephone and the energy is sparking off around here.
Laura Dean and Jeremy Anderson perform “F Chord” on It Might Get Personal.
With the first week of our indiegogo campaign drawing to a close, we want to take this moment to thank all of you wonderful and generous people who made donations and help us kick off this campaign right