Patrick Grant has both experience and critics on his side. A professor at NYU Film School and a practiced composer for stage and screen, this musician has turned heads with...
Patrick Grant – A Sequence of Waves (Album)Kaitlin Ruether, 11.20.17 @ 1:55pm EST
Album Review , Albums A Sequence of Waves, new york, Patrick Grant
Talia – “Bastards of Young” (Cover)Kaitlin Ruether, 11.16.17 @ 8:39pm EST
Singles Bastards of Young, TALIA, The Replacements
Many times have I mentioned my affinity for the punk-to-alternative rock band The Replacements. Paul Westerberg’s gritty vocals, the lyrical self-deprecation — these are the trademarks of the genre pioneers,...
New Sincerity Works – Wonder Lust (Album)Kaitlin Ruether, 10.24.17 @ 3:17pm EST
Album Review , Albums New Sincerity Works, Wonder Lust
New Sincerity Works are a group who have spent years rooted in the music industry, whether it has been playing live or spending time in studios, this is a selection...
Night Herons – Relevant Noise (Album)Kaitlin Ruether, 10.23.17 @ 12:47pm EST
Album Review , Albums Night Herons, Relevant Noise
Relevant Noise is a more introspective album than at first it may appear. Night Herons brandish a unique ability to wrap real emotions in pure (and occasionally old-school) rock and...
Negativehate – Solipsis (Album)Kaitlin Ruether, 10.21.17 @ 11:15am EST
Albums NegativeHate, Prog, Solipsis
NegativeHate have created metal, math metal, and even street hip hop with their side project Negativefeedback. This is a group of musicians who have explored and grown from it, having...
Aurganic – Distant Echoes & Close Encounters (Album)Kaitlin Ruether, 10.09.17 @ 12:54pm EST
Album Review , Albums Aurganic, Distant Echoes & Close Encounters
There’s guitar rock, there’s synth rock, and then there is what happens when you mix the two. Aurganic, with the delicacy of a spider, pull threads together, but never forget...
Lunar Lander Dance Commander – Liquid Smooth (EP)Kaitlin Ruether, 10.06.17 @ 1:10pm EST
EP & Mixtapes Liquid Smooth, Lunar Lander Dance Commander, Saskatchewan
The voices coming out of Canada right now are powerful, driven, and often pushing at the edges of genre. Usually, when I catch on to Canadian artists, they are coming...
The National – “Day I Die” (Video)Kaitlin Ruether, 10.01.17 @ 2:54pm EST
Music Videos Day I Die, Sleep Well Beast, The National
The National have weaved their way in and around a reputation for slow ballads and heavy atmospheric meanderings. The indie band has spent the past few years moving beyond their...
Giant Flying Turtles – Waltz to the World (Album)Kaitlin Ruether, 09.19.17 @ 8:10pm EST
Album Review , Albums Giant Flying Turtles, Waltz to the World
Even when Giant Flying Turtles move from genre to genre on their latest release, Waltz to the World, they are soaring rather than hopping: sailing on their high-energy, larger-than-life sound....
San Francisco’s psychedelic experimentalists Revolushn are hitting the scene with their highly anticipated second album. Further!! builds on the success of Revolushn’s acclaimed debut The Freshman, but also brings more...
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