It’s all part of the 25th anniversary of “I Should Coco”. That’s an impressive box set, but likely out of my price range.
Maintaning MAXIMUM LIZZO CONTENT, this is a fun-as-hell watch. Lizzo remains great.
She’s so fun and funny. If you haven’t given this record a spin, please do. The flute breakdown at 13:45 is a true highlight.
It’s the shoegaziest! No idea when the album’s coming, but if it sounds like this I’ll be excited for it.
Longtime fan of Holly Golightly and her latest album, “Do the Get Along”, is more of the good stuff she’s known for. If you’re unfamiliar with her work this album is a good introduction. The song I’d recommend is “Satan Is His Name”: It’s a smoldering slow jam that makes it clear that, with 20+ …
Omni is an Atlanta-based rock band that makes music reminiscent of The Feelies/Devo/The Clean. Low-Fi(ish) with off-kilter rhythms and ringing guitars. These are some of my favorite things. “Equestrian” will give you a good idea of what I’m talking about: I passed on seeing them when they came through RVA a few months back and …
I was lucky enough to see them twice. They’re great.
Love-love this band. The new record, “Smote Reverser”, has some serious riffs and this video for “Enrique El Cobrador” is faaaaaar out.
There is a little more grey hair than there used to be but they still kick. That music they’re playing is called “rock and roll”.
Thee Oh Sees are an L.A.-based band led by vocalist and guitarist John Dwyer. I’d heard that the live show was amazing and my high expectations were exceeded. It was crazy. The double drum kits at the front of the stage made a great racket and whipped the sold-out crowd into a frenzy. The Broadberry …