Posts Tagged ‘JJ Grey’

This Week in WCP Arts: Arthur Harrison and His Theremins, The Torches, Animal Kingdom

This week, Sadie Dingfelder leads off the section with a profile of Arthur Harrison—a Rockville musician and veteran of D.C.'s music scene who is one of the world's best-known makers of theremins. What's a theremin, you ask? Well, it sounds like a chorus of moaning ghosts, and you don't need your hands to play it. Read [...]

JJ Grey Drains the Swamp

JJ Grey and Mofro released Orange Blossoms on August 26th. I'm a big Mofro fan, and would reccomend any of their four records. With Blossoms, however, they are predictably tagged again with the head- scratching moniker of "swamp rockers"–the quasi-sub genre the stubbornly defies definition. The wiki pedia page on swamp rock lists CCR, Jim [...]