Posts Tagged ‘recordings’

15 SONG SET AVAILABLE ON DOUBLE VINYL, CD AND DIGITAL An occupational hazard of musical genius is categorization. Most humans, in the face of greatness crave sourcing. This desire can lead to labeled boxes impeding an evolving brilliance. Miles Davis began blowing big band tunes. Keith Richards, Eric Clapton and Albert…

– By Danielle Longueville – “Push Play” Mikaela Kahn’s self-titled EP is a laid-back album meant for rainy days and easy Sunday mornings. Kahn has a unique timbre to her voice, somewhere between Sara Bareilles and Taylor Swift (minus the perpetual lyrical whining over ex-boyfriends). Though her album offers a surprisin…

BUY: MCR Online Exclusive Edition Here My Chemical Romance’s new album, May Death Never Stop You, was released today. The final chapter of the band’s decade-plus career features fan favorites such as “I’m Not Okay (I Promise),” “Helena,” “The Ghost Of You,” “Teenagers,” and “Sing,” among many others, as well as the pre…

– By Austin Reed – “PUSH PLAY” Confession: I was a fairly idiotic teenager. I made a lot of mistakes—stupid ones. I let a lot of people down. High school was confusing, because I was faced with challenges that should have bore life-shaping lessons, but I’m not sure I ever saw those challenges through to completion. Wha…

– By Brandon Callies – “PUSH PLAY” Mount Pressmore show off their musical and mathematical prowess with their new album “Enjoy.” The band is able to creatively write catchy songs without compromising their musical integrity. Every track is filled with rich melody and beautiful instrumentation. The single “Trampoline” i…

The End of Year Top Three. Queens of the Stone Age | Stone Sour | Frank Turner “Our staff picks their top three records of 2013 and shares them with you.” -By Chris Whitehead – Where do you start when trying to sum up the world of music for 2013? First, there was a hip-hop millionaire talking about how his job is like…

Artist-on-Artist – Omarr Awake by Brandon Callies – “PUSH PLAY” Austin based singer/songwriter, Omarr Awake, is sure to catch your ear with his new EP, Time Spent In The Machine. This fusion of soul, funk, and rock is reminiscent of artists like Stevie Wonder and Michael Jackson without sounding like either. Time Spent…

– By Dustin Blocker – RATING: “PUSH PLAY” The Polyphonic Spree is a conundrum. Forget the visual spectacle; one producing dozens of rotating band members donning long form robes, hand-clap-dancing like a satirical choir.  Forget this, because the band’s inherent visuals are a distraction from the truth, that The Polyph…