Jim Carroll

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New Music – James Supercave, Frame, Sue Rynhart

New music profiles from Los Angeles, Brooklyn and Dublin

Sue Rynhart

Thu, Apr 24, 2014, 14:00


Here are the latest New Music selections from the On The Record column in tomorrow’s edition of The Ticket. Please feel free to share tips below or check out all past New Music selections here.

James Supercave

The latest Echo Park, LA act to hit the radar, James Supercave are a five-strong crew making smart, arty alt-pop and throwing exhilarating shapes while they’re at it. Tracks like “The Right Thing” from new EP “The Afternoon” are loaded with glammy swagger and swing.


Brooklyn singer-songwriter and Berklee College of Music graduate Caitlin Frame’s tracks to date like “Run Around” and “Polarizer” bode well for her soon-come debut album. Rich, evocative and punchy, Frame is making great, timeless rock/pop with unusual hooks pulling you closer to the source.

Sue Rynhart

The Dublin-based singer has featured on many recordings to date (with Fuzzy Logic Ensemble, Abigail Smith and others) and is a seasoned voice on the jazz festival circuit. New album of songs for voice and double-bass “Crossings” is released next month and is full of striking songs and vivid ideas. Hear or buy the album here.

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