I’m a believer.
Originally released in 1981, Love Joys Reggae Vibes remained out of print for 20 years, seeing the light of day once again in 2002 with a CD-only release on Wackies. Vinyl lovers had to wait until 2014 for their version of this lover’s rock and […]
Seek, and ye shall find (just be careful what you look for).
“I want to pet every puppy I see.”
There’s easy music, difficult music, and the stuff in between. And then there’s uncomfortable music.
Sometimes I like to move slow. Real slow.
“Jesus Built My Hotrod”, which features Butthole Surfers’ singer Gibby Haynes, was the single that convinced Warner to send Ministry more money to make Psalm 69. 1992 was an interesting year.
Just buy it.
Genre defying, instrument defying, defiant and wholly captivating music from legendary pedal steel player Susan Alcorn and guests.
It’s a movie. It’s a reimagining. It’s a kickass album.
I’ve been listening to and loving Sharon Van Etten’s music since I first heard Tramp in 2012. I’ve been following each new release with relish, while digging into her back catalog with equal delight.
“A record existing disconnected from the daily getyadowns, a holiday from life, optimism as resistance against mundanity, something extraordinary amongst the ordinary, positively grey.”
Imagine one of those competition TV shows, but instead of dancing or singing with a costume, contestants have to make music with all manner of things that aren’t normally used to make music.
Ex:Re with 12 Ensemble is a collaboration between Elena Tonra, the lead singer of Daughter, classical composer Josephine Stephenson, and the 12-piece string orchestra, 12 Ensemble, setting Tora’s Ex:Re debut solo album to strings.
Maybe I’m getting old. Maybe I’m getting young.