About Lise Graham

Lise Graham knows that her name is misspelled, thank you very much, but would like to remind you that it is the French spelling, so if you have an issue with that, kindly take it up with them. She likes Pina Coladas and getting caught in the rain.

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Monday Mixer

So I just checked the forecast and it’s looking like it’ll be drizzly throughout the area this week. You’ve got two options when it comes to dealing with this depressing weather. 1. Put on your rainboots, get out there and find little bits of sunshine in the dreary days or, 2. stay in your dark, […]

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Fitz & the Tantrums (Interview)

Staff writer and DJ Lise Graham got to chat with Joe Karnes, bassist for California-based alternative-soul outfit Fitz & the Tantrums this afternoon!  Check out the interview below and don’t forget to catch them and Capital Cities at the State Farm Center tomorrow night!

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Monday Mixer

1. Lightning Bolt by Jake Bugg  Jake Bugg. Heard of him? Maybe not, but he is the newest sensation sweeping the music scene in the UK. Entirely too talented for his 18 year-old self, Bugg was undoubtedly brought up on Dylan, Johnny Cash and The Beatles. Each track he’s released so far encapsulates that twangy […]

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Lollapalooza lineup leaks…probably

Alright, all you festival-lovers: it’s been a big week for Lollapalooza. Incredibly, the festival sold out all of its three-day passes in less than four hours–without even having released their line-up. At this point, people are assuming it’s going to be good. After I bought my non-refundable ticket, I was thinking to myself, “Wow, they […]

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Atlas Genius disappoints with first full-length album

Following in the wake of their majorly successful single, Trojans (2011), and EP Through the Glass (2011), Atlas Genius finally adds a full album to their repertoire with When It Was Now. Made up of three brothers—Keith, Michael and Steven Jeffery (on vocals and guitar, drums and bass respectively)—and keyboardist Darren Sell, this South Australian […]

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of Montreal opens the vault on Daughters of Cloud

      I’m going to start out this review with a disclaimer: Daughter of Cloud is a collection of seventeen rarities and un-released b-tracks from the last 6 years. For a band as psychedelic and uncanny as of Montreal, lost tracks like these are bound to be especially different. I guess what I’m trying […]

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