About Elena Davis

I love soup and karaoke. And I always kiss and tell. I also go by: Lane, Noodle Neck, and “Hey you, woman”.

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Review : Psychic Twin and Blitzen Trapper

At The Highdive, Psychic Twin opened this evening with their psychatronic (did I just make that up or is that a real word?) and upbeat tunes, setting the mood for a lovely, lighthearted evening filled with great (and questionable) dance moves and even greater indie music. The trio, consisting of Erin Fein, Brett Sanderson and Jonny Sommer, shared […]

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Preview : Psychic Twin and Blitzen Trapper

Folk band/indie rockers Blitzen Trapper will be returning to C-U tonight and, as always, they’re bringing their soulful tunes with ‘em. With the September 2011 release of their album latest American Goldwing, we can expect to hear songs like the harmonica-filled title track, “American Goldwing” and the slightly Bob Dylan-esque, upbeat song “Love the Way You Walk […]

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The Hathaways : Preview

Your favorite brother-sister duo is back and has an exciting gift to bring ya …. Their new album is dropping Saturday night! Hathaways’ indie tunes (complete with a charango) are filled with soulful harmonies and some badass song-writing skills. These two will charm and captivate listeners all night long. You’ll be in for a night […]

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The Legend of Levi Morgan, Stay Gold Boys, Mountain Sprout : Review

Monday night at Cowboy Monkey was a country lovers delight. And not Taylor Swift country … I’m talkin’ the backwoods, twangy, makin’ moonshine kind of country. Starting out the night were locals The Legend of Levi Morgan, a two-piece act with acoustic guitar and harmonica action that shined with a mix of gritty covers to […]

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Monday Mixer

As Bonnaroo’s lineup was released a couple weeks ago, it seems like all the buzz is about Radiohead and the Beach Boys. Personally, I could take it or leave it. The good stuff isn’t at the top of the lineup; it’s at the bottom in the small print. Get a taste of the better part […]

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Shearwater Brings Little Joy

The band’s 8th studio album, but first with Sub Pop, has so far been reviewed with mediocre scores. Compared to their previous albums, Animal Life has been described as the most accessible of theirs by a long shot. Personally, I tried really hard to enjoy it. The instrumentation is beautiful, and the mix of the tracks really […]

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