- a having a musical sound; especially a pleasing tune
- Conductor Barlow gives its neat, tuneful phrases their first modern recording.
- It's tuneful, stolid, competent--but also a little dull.
- This Aussie band isn't as tuneful as The Strokes, but they're far more innovative than the Hives.
News & Articles
- Tomorrow at Small's — Second Empire CD release
If you like your metal with a healthy dose of symphonic bombast, the event for you this weekend is the release show for a new EP from locals Second Empire . The four-piece, which has been around since 2011, is releasing a five-song EP that mixes shredding guitars, strong and sincere vocals and some strings and tuneful percussion and the like.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this ...
June 14, 2013 - Pittsburgh City Paper
- MUSIC & MORE: Daniel Ellsworth returns to Crooked I
Nashville independent rockers Daniel Ellsworth and the Great Lakes have wrapped up work on their second album. That's good news for fans who loved the inspired and insistent tuneful pop they delivered on the their debut album, "Civilized Man."
June 13, 2013 - Erie Times-News
- Nathan Connolly in ITV.com
Connolly says of his project, "I don't know what it'll end up as. It'll be melodic and tuneful but we'll see what happens when I finally get round to doing it."
- Arthur Sullivan in Boston Globe (registration)
In a letter to his mother shortly before the premiere, Sir Arthur Sullivan described his operetta this way: "It is exquisitely funny and the music is strikingly tuneful and catching."
- Alain de Botton in Nonesuch Records (blog)
In today's issue of the Times of London, writer and philosopher Alain de Botton says of her recent Nonesuch debut album, Leave Your Sleep: "It's poignant and tuneful and the voice is, as always, sheer genius."