Month: September 2014

Over the Top

Recently I have been watching nothing but bad movies. When I say “bad movies” I don’t mean movies that were made intentionally to be bad such as Sharknado, I mean movies that are absolutely horrendous. After watching several of these movies I felt that I had to write about them on here. The first movie […]


Chet Baker: You Don’t Know What Love Is

Chet Baker has always been a mysterious and intriguing musician to me. His music including his vocals can evoke feelings of late night reflection and melancholy ruminations. I always return to Baker when I am writing or reading. His quiet vocals never interrupt my train of thought. One of his best songs is “You Don’t […]


Beach House: Gila

Baltimore dream pop/indie rock band Beach House have become critic darlings with their atmospheric sound and lead singer Victoria Legrand’s ethereal vocals. Since their self-titled debut album the band has been able to make each following album better than the last. “Devotion” is the band’s second album which features the track ‘Gila’. This song has […]


Nude Beach: Walkin’ Down My Street

I had the opportunity to see indie rock band Nude Beach last year when they supported Brian Fallon and The Bouncing Souls on their tour. Their throwback to classic rock caught my attention and I had to hear more from this band. I checked out both records “Nude Beach” and “II” and was even more […]