Cool Ghouls – A Swirling Fire Burning Through The Rye

  Ever wonder what The Mamas and The Papas would sound like playing in a dirty basement show on a college campus? One would imagine it sounding something like this album. Garage rock takes on San Francisco summer of love psychedelia in Cool Ghouls’ “A Swirling Fire Burning Through The Rye”. Myself being a fan of the Haight Ashbury scene

Concert Review: Run The Jewels

On November 2nd I was treated to the hardest hitting set of music I’ve ever seen as Run The Jewels

Carry On The Grudge- Jamie T

  After disappearing for 5 years Jamie T has finally come back with his new album “Carry On the Grudge”

Review: Goat – Commune

      Commune, the second studio album for Swedish group Goat starts off slowly with long, sustained bell ringing,

Review: Run The Jewels 2 – Run The Jewels

In 2013 Killer Mike and El-P smashed open the gate and released their self titled debut in a duo titled

Review: The Physical World – Death From 1979 (2014)

The Physical World, the name of Death From Above 1979’s long-awaited follow-up, evokes empiricism–the philosophical belief in all that can

Otherness – Kindness

Pop sensibility, jazz and modern R&B influence (take that as you will) would be the only real way to describe

Review: You’re Dead! – Flying Lotus

Ambition is an odd force in music. Sometimes it seems an artist has none, churning out albums hardly any different

I’ll Be The Tornado – Dads

    Dads, the duo hailing from New Jersey strikes again with their newest and second full length album, I’ll

The Juan Maclean : In A Dream

Echoing 80s Dark wave, Nancy Whang’s lyrics on The Juan Maclean’s third album In a Dream (following Less than Human

Bazaar: Wampire

“Bazaar” is a fitting title for this latest Wampire album. Each track has a distinctly different sound as if they

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