I've written for the now-defunct Clamor Magazine, and am a current contributor to RapReviews.com. The first album I bought was Herbie Hancock's "Future Shock." I listen to too much music.
PHB's combination of retro sounds and live dance music makes for an experience that is bound to help drive the winter blues away.
The Swedish producer offers a colorful new dance album.
Another blast of melodic punk from this Wisconsin band.
Fucked Up's David Comes To Life is my favorite album of 2011.
The Field's music builds around repeating and slightly shifting patterns, creating an overall effect that is beautiful, hypnotic, and engaging.
This is a re-release of an excellent ambient album by Scott Solter.
Another excellent yoga DVD from one of the world's greatest yoga masters.
Tiger Trap and the Mamas and the Papas rock out in the graveyard.
Tenement proves that punk pop has legs.
Gold Leaves' new album contains R&B-tinged singer/songwriter folk, produced by Papercuts' Jason Quever.