Some notable releases for July 21, 2009:
Sugar Ray-Music For Cougars
After a six year hiatus to pursue other interests (like lead singer Mark McGrath hosting Extra), Sugar Ray have returned to produce music for... um.. judging by the title, middle aged women who frequent clubs in pursuit of strapping young lads. Or maybe they are writing songs for felines. Talk about limiting your audience.
|Music For Cougars|
Our Lady Peace-Burn Burn
It seems as though Canadian alt-rock band Our Lady Peace have been producing music forever. Maybe because they have. Burn Burn is
the band's 7th studio album. I just picked up a copy and Raine Maida's
voice is buzzing through my headphones as I write. You can catch OLP at
the Troubadour next Tuesday July 28--their closest appearance to OC this
|Our Lady Peace|
The Scene Aesthetic
are playing a free show in Santa Monica on Friday July 24, 2009. This from their MySpace page:
is a special all-ages free show at the Santa Monica Pier! We're going
to meet up with everyone at 3pm in front of the Ferris Wheel on the
pier to walk down to the beach and find somewhere we can play based on
how many people come out! Bring your family and friends! Come hang out
with us on the Santa Monica Beach!"
Pretty cool idea by The Scene Aesthetic.