Month: July 2014

Flying Lotus: Tiny Tortures

Flying Lotus first came to my attention last year when friends of mine kept telling me just how amazing his music is. I finally had a chance to check it out and I am really impressed by what he has done. His last album “Unit the Quiet Comes” is a diverse album which is hard […]


Disclosure: Latch feat. Sam Smith

I find myself listening to a lot of club music over the past few days which has finally led me to electronic duo Disclosure. I am unfamiliar with the burgeoning UK garage music scene that has become quite popular over the past few years but I am now officially a fan of Disclosure. Their debut […]


JD McPherson: Abigail Blue

I’ve been following JD McPherson for about two years now after listening to his debut album “Signs and Signifiers”. His music which draws upon 1950’s rock and roll and rhythm & blues caught me instantly. I spent an entire summer listening to his music and rediscovering artists from the 50’s and 60’s in the same […]


Interpol: All The Rage Back Home

About a month and a half ago I found out that Interpol was releasing a new album this year. Interpol has been my favorite band since their debut album which I have listened to at least once a week since I first heard it many years ago. Their intricate guitar work and melancholic sound completely […]


Wavves: That’s On Me

Last year after Wavves’ “Afraid of Heights” came out I spent an entire summer listening to it continuously. The album was a drastic change from their third album “King of the Beach”. The songs on the new record were more mature and polished but still retaining that surf-pop sound that the band has become known […]