Adventure Shared

Bachelorette’s second full-length release My Electric Family is reviewed in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer by David Bowling, who writes that Alpers has “a mind that doesn’t work like the normal musician, which is part of the adventure shared.” “Alpers had always been attracted to computers and gradually assembled a family of synthesizers and keyboards. She found a way to combine her passions by creating electric keyboard music through the use of computers. She says it fits her persona of half music, half machine. This time she has used some human companionship to help create her new music. The best tracks are ‘Her Rotating Head,’ ‘Dream Sequence’ with some brass in support, and ‘Long Time Gone.’ It makes me interested as to how she presents her music live.”


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Six60 Play World’s Only Stadium Tour

Six60 Play World’s Only Stadium Tour

They’re currently the planet’s biggest touring band, putting on huge shows in their COVID-free homeland, NME reports. In his own words, Six60’s frontman, Matiu Walters, told the magazine how that feels. “When New…