“You are the music while the music lasts.” -T.S. Eliot
John Carpenter scores the movies in our heads.
With the to-do of the Grammys nearly a week behind us, can the discussion now turn back to the music? Too many exciting tunes surfaced this week for them to be overshadowed by inflated award show controversy. Being Valentine’s Day …
An emotionally monotonous, one-dimensional record.
This week ranges from noise freakout to pastel retro-pop.
You haven’t really heard Angel Olsen until you’ve heard her live.
Dan Snaith brings his talents to the sea. Sort of.
The grunge revival turns into just grunge.
Both bands hit the road together this October.
Led Zeppelin frontman’s latest solo LP is described as “gritty, African; Trance meets Zep.”
A track four years in the making, “Go Away” appears on Weezer’s Everything Will Be Alright In The End LP.
“Anaconda”, Nicki Minaj’s new booty-rap single, is everywhere, and between the Sir Mix-a-Lot interpolations, the single’s cover, and the anticipation for the upcoming video, it’s a thoroughly viral phenomenon. It’s not exactly a grower in the sense that there’s a …
The August issue of Derek Staples’ EDM zine wraps up summer in style.
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