Summer is around the corner, and lineups for summer music festivals are being announced. So get off your ass, get some tickets, and go immerse yourself in some live music. Lots of new music out this month, particularly early singles for upcoming albums from great female artists: Tune-Yards, Banks, Lykke Li, and Little Dragon. And I have quite a few up and coming bands on this list you may want to keep track of: Holy Esque, Banks, Matthew and the Atlas, and Lowell, amongst others. Hope you enjoy! Continue reading →
My third trip to SXSW was another incredible experience, this time seeing 45 bands in 4 days and nights. My favorite acts to see live were Lucius, The Dum Dum Girls (with Blondie), Painted Palms, Temples, Jungle, and Soundgarden playing Superunknown front to back. And perhaps not coincidentally, almost all of the artists in my playlist made the trek to Canada no prescription viagra Austin this year. Continue reading →
My first playlist of 2014 brings some great new music from St. Vincent, Phantogram, Foster The People, Beck, and Warpaint amongst others. And checkout the Viagra pfizer uk new Brit group Temples. Continue reading →
Putting together my year-end list is something I always look forward to. It’s been another year full of music for me, so much so that I took a job at Amazon working on digital music! And despite pouring myself into the job, I still managed to see over 40 different bands this year. Some of Order propecia online without a prescription my favorite live acts this year were The XX, Pickwick, Frightened Rabbit, Wild Cub, Chvrches, Phoenix, and Vampire Weekend. Continue reading →
The holidays are just around the corner, and the last few releases of the year are out now before the onslaught of cheesy Christmas albums. Definitely check out the new albums from Lucius and Blood Orange. And we have some great new singles from Broken Bells and Architecture In Helsinki. Enjoy. Continue reading →
Definitely check out the new Arcade Fire album. It’s a little all over the place, but it’s beautiful. There’s also an intriguing album collaboration between Nicolas Jaar and Dave Harrington (called Darkside) that I’m starting to get into. I have a few samplings from the rush of recent releases, so put on your earphones and enjoy.