photo by Matthias Heiderich He is an aquatic ecologist from the Toronto area, Soren Little Brothers also makes music under a unique name: Man Meets Bear. You may not have heard of him, but others have, as he has released 17 albums since 2002, and now he dropped album #18 last month, titled Waagaaskingaa The […]
I was lucky to be a college student during the last golden age of music. My Indiana University off-campus apartment reverberated with the sounds of Seattle--Grunge rock. Bands such as Nirvana, Soundgarden and Pearl Jam dominated my college experience soundtrack. Show More Summary
Sounds like Beyonce’s doing some music for ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’! She posted a ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ teaser trailer on her Instagram page. Can’t WAIT to hear music she recorded for the movie. RELATED: Will the ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ movie be more raunchy than romantic? The biggest piece of news for me, however, […]
Lily Allen was photographed doing a sound check ahead of an appearance on the Waterfront Stage during the Latitude Festival of music and arts at Henham Park in Suffolk. The post Lily Allen Shares The Stage With Her Little Lady! appeared first on Growing Your Baby.
The faint sound of tickling music from a tiny white truck driving up the street was like a bird call for the neighborhood kids. They would race barefoot out of their front doors and patiently wait at the curb for the ice cream man to arrive.
This sounds idyllic! Everyone knows Kim Kardashian loves strutting her stuff in a bikini, but it turns out that Kanye West is there to enjoy all of her Mexico vacay looks! The 37-year-old rapper is reportedly down in Punta Mita with Kimmy, and they brought North West too! It’s a family affair! However, while his wife is soaking [...]
Screaming has never sounded so musical Thanks to the Internet, and the charitable work of YouTuber Ryan Mitchell, a cover of Queen's "Another One Bites the Dust" now exists, created using nothing but screams from beloved blockbusters. See...Show More Summary
From Atlanta Magazine’s Covered Dish blog… Jeff Myers, co-founder of Top Flr and the Sound Table and operations manager at the Music Room on Edgewood, has a new restaurant in the works. The yet unnamed space is located at 2233 College Avenue in Decatur, just down the street from Ale Yeah! Myers describes the concept […]
If there's one thing Liberace taught us, it's that there's no such thing as taking a personal obsession with music too far, even if that means piano-shaped mailboxes, piano-shaped bars, piano-shaped couches,...
Dum Dum Girls dish up fuzzed out retro garage rock sounds that will be a perfect slow burn under the afternoon Sunday sun at Pitchfork Festival. [ more › ]
Unless you’re a serious horror movie fan—or this guy—you've probably never thought of screaming as a particularly musical sound. We don’t know that the following video, which sets famous movie screams (and a few claps) to the rhythmShow More Summary
VideoBlocks, a provider of affordable stock video footage for digital creatives and professional video production companies, is today launching a complimentary service called AudioBlocks for those looking to add music and sound effects to their projects. Read More
Sounds like: Tony Lionni, Urulu Song: Hollis Parker - Sunshine What's so good? Hollis Parker may bea fledgling talent out of London (by way of the Long Island, NJ), but he's the forerunner of the budding new label SoSure Music. Their aim is to focus on authentic, underground house, aka warm, soulful, and smooth as butter. Show More Summary
Jason Mraz is a busy guy! On top of a CD drop yesterday, it looks like the I'm Yours singer is back with a new music video and a concert tour to promote it. That may sound like pretty standard business, but the concert tour is actually taking place entirely in New York. Yep! "The Five Boroughs Tour," as [...]
One afternoon at the beginning of my freshman year at Northwestern, I walked into my teammate Roger's room while he was playing music. I had heard all styles of rap from hard-core gangster to socially conscious, but the sound I heard escaping his room was foreign to my ears. "What is that?" I asked. "H-town baby! That's what we do... Show More Summary
“The Dirt” is one of the most appropriate names imaginable for a Mirel Wagner song. The Ethiopian-born Finnish artist (and Band To Watch graduate) makes haunting, sepulchral folk music that sounds like it emerged from from some primordial darkness. Her second album and Sub Pop debut, produced by Sasu Ripatti aka Vladislav Delay aka Luomo, [...]
As the Bug, Kevin Martin makes hard, physical, almost assaultive dance music. He’s the type of producer who releases a Death Grips collab called “Fuck A Bitch,” and we’re like, “Yeah, that sounds about right.” As Grouper, Liz Harris makes warm, amorphous, organic ambient music. The two are a weird match for one another, but [...]
Ever since they popped onto the larger scene somewhere around 2010, the Philly based minimal synth sounds of Void Vision have been a tour de force for stone cold electronic music fans. Fortunately for those of us here in the nation’s...Show More Summary
If you’ve ever studied any music theory or are just given to reading about music, you’ve probably heard of the tritone — it’s an interval that’s three whole tones apart, and its dissonance means that it sounds sinister as hell. SomeShow More Summary
Joshua Clover argues that the “world of country music is structured by two cycles; one we might call the cycle of life, the other the cycle of money”: If the former sounds saccharine, it nonetheless moves us. It travels an infinite loop whose signposts are birth, the (oft-coded) entry into sexuality, marriage, childbirth, death. Sometimes […]