Singer/guitarist James Brady and other surviving members are in a new project called Dolan Brotherhood, which is wrapping up new tracks with Alan Sanderson (Rolling Stones, etc.) at Pacific Beat Recording.
The British invader has been teaming up with Greg Gohde and Bass Clef Experiment Trio (with Owen Burke on drums), with their next joint performance set for Java Joe’s on February 21.
Scott Mercado is playing bass on tour in Italy with Fr/It Grimoon supporting Vers La Lune (he played drums on their new album). “When I get back, I’m recording piano for QunQ in L.A, and in late February I’m doing a short tour on drums with Two Sheds and playing Noisepop in San Francisco.”
The group is recording a new LP with Brad Lee at SDRL. “No timeline for completion,” says bassist/singer Paul Moffat, “but we’re shooting for May or June release.”
Guitarist Brian Reilly and drummer Jon Bonser have cofounded a new spinoff band called the Hiroshima Mockingbirds.
The March 28 Casbah release party for the psychedelic band's Inside Out Your Mind
album will feature them playing with garage band legen Glenn Campbell (the Misunderstood), who's flying in from Auckland, New Zealand for the show.
A video is streaming online for "Roll Along With Me," the lead single from his upcoming album Perfect Abandon,
produced by John Parish (PJ Harvey, Sparklehorse) and due March 3 via Crossbill Records.
Joyce Rooks (the Dinettes) has rejoined the experimental band, which says they're recording a new album planned for spring or summer, featuring "songs we used to perform, but had not recorded. It's sounding weird, warm, psychedelic, with a seductive, fugazi, astral veil coursing through its veins."
He's developing new material for live performances as Son of Radul, which he describes as "a cool, fat blend of electronics, guitar, and voice, [with] lots of beats and slow, ultra moody spaces," set to debut March 22 at the Merrow.
In yet another tour interruption, his band Red Dragon Cartel was forced to postpone a run of shows in California and Washington, after Lee reportedly suffered a back injury.
The former Kiss guitarist will tour Australia and New Zealand, beginning April 24 (his first-ever New Zealand solo shows), with a band that includes guitarist Richie Scarlett, bassist Chris Wyse, and drummer Scot Coogan.
With a new video for their song "Death to Rights," they'll tour with In Flames and All That Remains, kicking off February 20 in Agoura Hills, CA and concluding March 18 in Milwaukee, WI.
He joined Alabama rapper Yelawolf onstage at the Hollywood House of Blues for an impromptu acoustic performance of "Till It's Gone," the latest single from Yelawolf's upcoming album Love Story
The duo will represent San Diego as one of the Official Showcase selections at February's Folk Alliance International in Kansas City, MO, one of the largest music conferences in North America.
Now signed to the Warner Brothers label, Lambert has teamed up with pop hit-makers Max Martin and Shellback for his new album, expected sometime in late summer.
His band Falling Doves will play around two dozen dates on a tour that starts March 10 in Washington DC and wraps April 2 in Denver, Colorado, including several Canadian shows.