Monday, February 18, 2019
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2019 Grammy’s: The Good and the Bad

The 61st Grammy Awards have been decided, and I have to say that I was surprised by some of the results. Then again, I...

Song of the Day: “One Point Perspective”

So far this week, we've covered American rock bands The Shins and Vampire Weekend, and Canadian indie-pop 'supergroup' The New Pornographers. To finish up...

Vampire Weekend Return with “Harmony Hall” and “2021”

It's been awhile since we heard anything new from Vampire Weekend. Their last studio album, "Modern Vampires of the City" came out back in...

Song of the Day: “Oxford Comma”

Today we'll be continuing our week-long look into the world of indie rock. I know yesterday I got a little political with The Shins'...

Song of the Day: “Sleeping Lessons”

The past two weeks, we've looked at songs from the genres of classic rock and electronic music. This week, we'll move into new territory...

Preview: Jaret Reddick at Hi-Fi

Bowling for Soup's (and Phineas and Ferb's) Jaret Reddick to play the Hi-Fi on February 5th Since we almost froze to death this week, why...

Song of the Day: “In My Time of Dying”

Today we'll be continuing our classic rock week with another song from the wells of rock history. We've already covered David Bowie and The...

Song of the Day: “Starman”

For awhile now, I've been choosing a song every day -- not entirely at random -- from a wide variety of genres. They're usually...

A review of “Peter Broderick & Friends Play Arthur Russell” by...

Rating: 8.3/10 I’ve long loved Peter Broderick’s various musical projects. From pastoral ambient to bedroom pop, Broderick has become the ultimate polymath indie journeyman. For...

2018’s Top 5 weird albums

Last week I made a Top 5 list for one of the most commercial and popularized genres in the world - - K-pop. To...