Today, it's "Rattle and Hum" we're digging a little deeper into. So go on, Edge, play the blues.
The time has finally come. Today I take a closer look at the album that lead to U2's first "peak"-the 30-year-old "The Joshua Tree."
Today, we're searching the corners of the wonderful World Wide Web to seek the most sonic jams we can find.
Today we cover the album that represents U2's critical step from the anger of "War" to the thoughtfulness of "The Joshua Tree" and cemented their official sound. I'm talking of course about "The Unforgettable Fire," one of the band's most underrated albums (and also one of my favourites).
Melbourne-based indie rocker Courtney Barnett won my heart as a writer with her 2015 studio debut, a lovely collection of reflections on life.
Probably the first band to ever play a huge roll in my development as an individual was Oasis, the wild rock and roll creation of brothers Liam and Noel Gallagher. With the release of "Oasis: Supersonic" in 2016, I decided over the weekend to finally expand upon my knowledge of the band that I'd gained … Continue reading Movie Review: “Oasis: Supersonic”
I'm in the process of starting a new blogging series in which I reflect on the discography of one of the most formative bands of my childhood-U2.
A brand new song of internet romance and colorful symphonic sounds has dropped from the nostalgic and eccentric Dent May. And it is pure pop fun.
Philly-based musician Jac Carson releases his debut EP just in time for the long hot days of summer.
Every now and again, I enjoy taking a break from reading literature for class about the tragedy of the human condition to listen to some catchy, fun, sunshiny synth pop. I've been a fan of Anthony Fantano ( a.k.a.The Needle Drop) on YouTube for a while now, and when I saw his review for Kero … Continue reading Kero Kero Bonito is Wonderfully Weird