Artist:Elizabeth and the Catapult Song: “You and Me” Elizabeth and the Catapult’s latest video, which is for their track “You and Me,” features a little blue guy looking for love. If the blue guy doesn’t work out I know a little green guy (with big feet) you can meet:
It’s no secret that Brooklyn has been a choice location for a good musician to find his place in the artistic landscape. It’s also no secret that Brooklyn is expensive as hell. That may or may not have something to do with why indie pop band Say Hi opted to move to the cheaper and rainier Seattle, which has an … Continue reading Stomping Grounds: Say Hi (Seattle, Washington) →
Album: Great Lakes’ Bourbon Barrel-Aged Blackout Stout Alcohol: Guided by Voices’ Live in Daytron ?6 New issue is at the printers! This calls for a celebratory beer and record. I couldn’t think of two finer offerings at either.
For the sake of posterity, I’d like to keep it OG and refer to you as ESPO here. Hope that’s cool with you brethren…
RJD2 released a free, three-track EP containing remixes of “The Glow,” a song from his previously released, full-length album, The Colossus. Check it out and grab it here.
When you grow up in the Bronx and club in Manhattan, figuring out what’s blasting over the speakers becomes second nature. ESG is one of those bands that a DJ always rocked in his or her set. I eventually found out that they were from the Bronx as well, and better yet, an all-female group. Nice! Now, the London-based Fire Records … Continue reading Emerald, Sapphire and Gold (ESG) →
Washington state native Carol Bui doesn’t give a fuck, but you don’t have to hear her say it! The songstress is set to release her third project, Red Ship, on March 8, 2011 via her own label, Ex Oh Records. Check out her most recent single, “Geisha Means ‘Open Minded’.” Can’t get enough? Check out her previously released single, “Mira:You’re Free With Me.” She looks like … Continue reading Carol Bui releasing new material →
Evidence of Dilated Peoples dropped an EP last month, and it’s free! Peep it and download it here. Evidence of Dilated Peoples returns with a new, The Beatles-inspired EP, I Don’t Need Love. The nine-track album features Rakaa, Alchemist and Fashawn. The set also includes covers, with Evidence as the fifth Beatle.
Prince brought politics, playfulness and, of course, a lot of purple to a sold-out Madison Square Garden on December 18, 2010.
In a world where experimental electronic music exponentially splinters into a multitude of rogue genres that slowly shuffle the globe from demilitarized dance floors to sleeper cell bedroom studios and back, a team of disparate scientists tracks this solanum-like pandemic while desperately trying to interpret cryptic field recordings of Samhain’s past, not one day at a time, but from Amen … Continue reading Amen to Zombie: December 20th, 2010 →