I thought of doing something different this time around when I share my Pitchfork Fest experience with you guys. I usually blog about the performances that I caught - with some video clips and photos, and of course we are still definitely going to have that! But apart from the usual components of an amazing … Continue reading Pitchfork Festival 2017: My Muses
I love me some easy breezy roadtrip music like The Sundays, especially when I feel like I'm in a rut or I don't have my sh*t together. And chancing upon the latest release from Land of Talk was such a treat - it effortlessly makes you feel like the world is perfect. Elizabeth Powell's arresting … Continue reading Album Feature: Life After Youth by Land of Talk
Anilore is a New York-based shoegaze trio composed of Andy Cheng, Andrew Malenda, and Michael Worsa who met at SUNY New Paltz in 1992. The band was created after finding out that they share similar musical influences like New Order, the Pixies, the Jesus and Mary Chain, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Cocteau Twins, … Continue reading Album Feature: Lull EP by Anilore
Planetary Prince is Cameron Graves' debut as a band leader, and this is only my second time to review an instrumental album, AND my first time to review a jazz album – or is it?
Since releasing a new song after a 7-year hiatus (“Halfway Home”), and member Feist releasing a new album (Pleasure) last month, Canadian indie rock collective Broken Social Scene appeared at The Late Show with Stephen Colbert (understandably without Feist) and fans are expressing high anticipation for their momentous comeback. Side note: In the Colbert vid, … Continue reading 10 Broken Social Scene Tracks to Listen to While Waiting for Their Next Album