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“It’s Art, No Rules”: The Buenos Diaz Interview

Buenos Diaz is genre fluid. Cue up any song in his growing discography, listen, then cue up another, and it’s bound to be noticeably different in genre and tone. He possesses a perfect “Fabrizio-circa-Room On Fire” afro, which he tends… Continue Reading →

The Ultimate Rock N Roll Vanity Project: Five Burning Questions About The Hollywood Vampires

It’s only fair that I preface this article by admitting that I’ve never listened to The Hollywood Vampires. But it’s perfectly fine because one doesn’t need to listen to The Hollywood Vampires in order to know exactly what The Hollywood… Continue Reading →

Track Of The Day: “If Your Mama Only Knew” by Sass

The level of talent coming out of Philthy Philly is astonishing. What could possibly be in the water? Listening to my beloved independent radio station shaking the airwaves out of University City, WXPN (88.5/91.9 wpn.org), DJ great Dan Reed spun… Continue Reading →

The Deceptively Smooth Soul/Psych Grooves of Feng Suave

This Dutch psych/surf/synth pop five piece lays down airy, floating grooves tied to traditional song structures and is by far our favorite new find this week. The curly-haired lead singer possesses one of those real-deal soul voices that, if used… Continue Reading →

Track Of The Day: The Tisburys “Gin In My Coffee”

The Tisburys’ “Gin In My Coffee” sweeps in with the type of loose, honey-hooked bop that makes for the perfect spring/summer musical vessel. Lead man Tyler Asay brings his elegant pipes to the mix, waxing bittersweet about those fleeting easy… Continue Reading →

Vampire Weekend’s Failed Quest For The Millennial White Album

Vampire Weekend has all the necessary components firmly in place to be a truly horrible band. Cloying name? Check. North Jerz rich kids rocking thrift store Hilfiger? Check. Hyper-literate “jam all the words you can into each verse” lyrics? Double… Continue Reading →

The Eli Raybon Interview: “Posting on social media goes against every atom in my body.”

Eli Raybon seems to exist in a parallel realm where the Discman still reigns supreme, only each portable CD player is bumping nothing but Thomas Dolby, Echo & The Bunnymen and pop-era Cure into everyone’s earholes 24/7. All of which… Continue Reading →

Track(s) Of The Day: The Escapist Bedroom Psych Of Salami Rose Joe Louis

Not only does she have one of the more intriguing stage names we’ve heard recently, but the Bay Area’s Salami Rose Joe Louis produces music steeped in hypnotic sophistication. Her latest track, “Nostalgic Montage”, is infused with elegant whimsy and… Continue Reading →

New Release Friday Record Of The Day: Peter Doherty & The Puta Madres

Content, content, content. It just never stops, does it? A draining deluge of artists and personalities and influencers and assorted psychopathic rabble waving frantically for your attention. The music world is no different, with each each Friday bringing an exhausting… Continue Reading →

From The Vaults: A Track-By-Track Review of The Rolling Stones’ 1976 Oddball Classic “Black And Blue”

When it comes to The Stones and their post-Exile ’70s output, anyone who cares about such things seems to always point to Some Girls as the classic platter that redefined the aging empire’s sound and vision, taking on disco and… Continue Reading →

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