Sounds like: Olympic Ayres, Bob Moses, Friendly Fires Song: Kamaliza - Zermatt What's so good? Kamaliza is an Australian producer that is previously associated with Olympic Ayres. Not bad company, eh?! Today, he shares his debut single...Show More Summary
Michael Bloomfield: The Rise and Fall of An American Guitar Hero Ed Ward 224 Pages ISBN: # 1613733283 e: Chicago Review Press 2016 Whether he meant to or not, in writing Michael Bloomfield: The Rise and Fall of an American Guitar Hero, Ed Ward mirrors his subject's style of guitar-playin... [ read more ]
Davy Knowles Showcase Lounge, Higher Ground South Burlington, Vermont August 19, 2016 Davy Knowles took more than a few chances during his two-hour set at Higher Ground August 19th, but to his great credit, he made them all pay. Granted the audience was on his side, but their lust to cheer him on (r... [ read more ]
Afropunk Festival, The Bangles, The Dresden Dolls, Reggie Watts, Sam Coomes/Jason Lowenstein, Dick Dale, the last Warm-Up of 2016, and more Saturday show options in NYC. Continue reading…
I’m about to take you all the way back to the 2000 with these lyrics: She had dumps like a truck, truck, truck/Thighs like what, what, what/Baby move your butt, butt, butt/I think I’ll sing it again. In case you needed a refresher, these...Show More Summary
If you have any brain cells to spare for the ongoing debate on the purpose of musicology – pay attention, please: it’s not about the study and history of music any more – our good friend William Chang has offered another free excerpt from his forthcoming book, this time about the real purpose of musicology. […]
When The Tragically Hip vocalist Gord Downie announced in May that he had been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer, the news hit Canada like the ice storm of 1998. While the running joke is that Bryan Adams is Canada’s crappier version of Bruce Springsteen, Downie is likely the better fit for that role (minus the crappiness). Show More Summary
"I don't think marching, listening to Kendrick Lamar on Oxford St., is really gonna solve it." – Dean Blunt
I'm living the same thing... everything we'll be ok soon. 01. Joni Mitchell - All I Want 02. Jessica Pratt - Night Faces 03. Sufjan Stevens - Futile Devices 04. PJ Harvey and Thom York - This Mess We're In 05. The Cleaners From Venus - Only A Shadow 06. Show More Summary
Plastik Funk is on fire, dropping release after release as of lately! Following only a few days after their previous release, the German duo gives With You a groovy and upbeat spin, as compared to Embody‘s deep and sexy original – bringing about the perfect track to play at their final festival stops for the season. Show More Summary
Tonight, Drake and Future hit the stage at Philips Arena for the second Atlanta show on their Summer Sixteen tour. Last night, they brought out guests Gucci Mane and 2 Chainz. For the second show, Gucci Mane made another appearance, along with Usher and Young Thug, who performed their single “No Limit.” Watch clips below. Show More Summary
“I don’t think marching, listening to Kendrick Lamar on Oxford St., is really gonna solve it.” – Dean Blunt As Babyfather step on (a presumably non-floating) stage today for Flux Festival in Denmark, the group has released a video for their new track, “Skywalker Freestyle.” It’s fucking good. Show More Summary
Khaled discussed his beginnings in Miami, the influence of Michael Jackson, and his Major Key album with the veteran anchor.
Featuring Usher, Pete Rock, Damon Albarn, 2 Chainz, and more.
Nicholas Edwards, acoustic designer for Meyerson Symphony Hall and other fine venues, relates in this new video how Boston Symphony Hall got it right. You see it here first.
“Art’s a funny thing, doesn’t seem to have any connection with our lives, just gets itself made—and when it is good there’s no time in it at all. Kills time, that’s art. Brings up a lot of old ideas we...
After last week's big reveal, Mr. Robot takes a step back. Even then, the USA show continues to be one of the strongest on television. The post ‘Mr. Robot’ Delivers Even in Its Filler (TV REVIEW) appeared first on Glide Magazine.
Vancouver duo SO LOKI continue to improve and carve their own sound with their latest single “Birthday” having all the unique elements we fell in love with in the first place. We highly suggest checking out their upcoming live shows, stream or purchase below. SEPT2ND w/ Bishop Nehru at Fortune Sound Club (MAGIC19 TOUR) SEPT4TH […]
Patrick Foster and Jim Lenahan talk music on 'Dad Rock,' a podcast from USA TODAY
The pop star’s Video Vanguard performance will set things off on August 28.