“These Days” is an example of the beautiful contrast which every artist tries to render through their work. It’s at the same time simple but profound, peaceful yet haunted. In a first listen, the song appears to be a casual reflection of a life well lived, taking place perhaps on a porch over a glass… Read more »
From the Music Archives
I ain’t looking for that easy way out this whole life has been about try and try and try and try and try and try to be simple again Jason Molina & Magnolia Electric Company
Ears are still ringing and mind is still foggy from last night’s Kurt Vile show at the Urban Lounge. School night, or not, it was totally worth it.
Willie has some wisdom about that. He says, “Do what you want to do. In case somebody likes it, then you have to go do it again.” In other words, Sturgill’s doing what he wants to do. That’s the most important thing. No advice from this corner. I’m a fan. I want to see what… Read more »
Sam Cooke’s A Change is Going to Come remains one of the most powerful songs of all time. For myself, it’s near impossible to hear without goosebumps. Those opening vocals…
I’ve been hooked on Aziz Ansari’s original series Master of None. It’s excellent for a variety of reasons, not the least of which is the show’s fresh take on the opening title sequence. Episode 4 titled “Indians on TV” turned me on to the above cover of Jumping Jack Flash by Ananda Shankar. More from… Read more »
I’ve had Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy’s, Beware in my collection for a while now, however until last night I had yet to give it a proper listen. While listening, I started reading various interviews with Oldham and the following excerpt from an article published in the New Yorker stood out. Parsons wanted to know how much… Read more »
Hey you know those people that act like they don’t care that it’s Friday cuz they love their job so much. They’re all a bunch of liars. TGIF bitches.
Fall has got to be one of my favorite seasons. Pair with a tall glass, sturdy porch, and good tunes and you’ve got yourself a solid evening. One of my go-to albums for fall is Bob Dylan’s Nashville Skyline. Give it a listen or check out my Fall Music Playlist from years past. What I’m… Read more »
Cat Black, she is my honeyAll she wants to do is spend my money She’s a real gone chick and I love her so Knocks me out when she does the rock ‘n’ roll What I’m listening to on Rdio.