Here's some nice "ironic funky blues rock". Enjoy!
Josh Petty uses his music to express his need to be free. "Truth is not something that is sold.," says Petty in a recent interview, "Its something that you have to find, and once you find it you want to share it. You NEED to share it." Josh released "Copy Me! Help The Species Survive" in 2004 and "A Diagram To The Stars" in 2005. With both albums he wrote, arranged, recorded, produced, and performed all the music himself. "Indie is a revolution," he says. "Its been happening since music became the business it is today. But the internet has finally made it possible for small bands to reach large audiences. To hell with the labels and the corporations."
Another great blues/pop song by Barbara Leoni. Hope you like it.
And now for something completely different...
Forged in the hellish fire that is Northern New Jersey, The Congregation emerges with a style of blues that is hard-hitting and heartfelt. Fueled by musical and emotional juxtaposition, The Congregation plays an energetic blend of original songs and old favorites with a decidedly postmodern edge.
(found via CC Hits)
And now - blues music from magnatune.com:
Barbara Leoni grew up in Wisconsin and moved out to LA to attend Musicians' Institute in Hollywood. After graduating with honors from GIT (Guitar Institute of Technology), she became an active working musician in the LA area. She traveled the United States opening up for such acts as the Beach Boys and Steppenwolf.