‘Collaborators,’ Jukebox the Ghost
This month features a few legends, several cutting-edge bands, and some noted local talent.
Fans of Jukebox the Ghost and their 2014 self-titled album got some nice treats in 2015. The power pop trio gave that self-titled album the uxe edition treatment. The uxe edition of Jukebox the Ghost has a solo piano version, sans vocals, of every track off the record—perfect for karae or for some soothing household ambiance. The band also released an EP, The BSide Session, of two acoustic versions of songs from that album. Let’s not forget, too, just how
Jukebox the Ghost, ‘Sister’s Easter Catechism,’ Flames vs. Pens
This month comes in like a lion, musically, with many talented bands and performers.
1) If you recently “let go,” “are on your own,” or simply don’t have a Valentine today, Jukebox the Ghost will be at Mr. Smalls to reassure you that “there’s something waiting for you / in the great unknown.” These lyrics come from the group’s mega-uplifting single “The Great Unknown,” off 2014’s album Jukebox the Ghost. The power pop trio got their start in D.C. and average 150 shows a year. They’ve opened for acts like Ben Folds and Motion
Jukebox the Ghost. Tar Heels vs. Panthers, Le Mardi Gras
February 2015 is a short month with some big-name musical entertainers.