This man wrote half my childhood. Just don't tell him that; I wouldn't want his ego getting TOO big.
What I've learned at college: when school gives you massive amounts of assignments, pray (and reach for the records).
Merry Christmas and happiest of holidays to you and yours. I hope today was a blessing wherever you are, and a new year full of opportunities and good music is in store. And that you received every music-themed gift on your list. Stay tuned for posts over break! Have a blessed time with your family, … Continue reading Merry Christmas!
Reaganism has never sounded so good.
My 17 songs of the year in a post inspired by the lovely Olivia over at MusicLovingLiv.
I think it's safe to say that Josh Tillman has one of the best, if not the best, voices in indie rock. If his soaring high notes on "Ballad of the Dying Man," or his ability to switch from a soulful emotional tribute on "Honeybear"'s "Strange Encounter" to gruff half-yelled confessions on "The Ideal Husband" … Continue reading An Evening with Father John Misty (Sept. 23, 2017)
A week of break from school means a week to get caught up on some show posts.
I may be a sleep-deprived university student with a million assignments due, but at least I've got some cool new CDs.
Today we take a closer look at the tight garage-rock debut from The Strokes that says everything it needs to say to the emerging post-punk revival scene-and culture of the time-in a concise 36 minutes.
Back-to-school season is upon students like me. May as well make the most of it with some music! (I actually love school, but just go with it).